Joel Neoh has a deliberate and clear strategy in raising funding for his health and fitness startup KFit, designed to ensure he gives out as little equity as possible for the money he needs to raise to build an Asian-wide business. Karamjit Singh has the story.
Copying business models that have worked elsewhere sometimes makes sense, but you must do it right: Make sure you understand what you’re copying, and more importantly, whether it will work here, writes Justin Hall.
In a sign that more corporates are starting to engage with startups to accelerate their ideation, Maybank Group has partnered with 1337 Ventures to run a four-country Ignite roadshow to pick 20 startups to head to KL for a bootcamp, writes Karamjit Singh.
Joel Neoh has thrown off his corporate coat to jump back into the fray as an entrepreneur with a new startup. He tells DNA founder Karamjit Singh why.
StartupMalaysia.org has officially announced the Asean edition of its Global Startup Youth (GSY) event, aiming to bring 300 young leaders and aspiring entrepreneurs from the 10 Asean countries to come together for three days to work on some of the problems that are unique to the region.
With the Feb 16 launch of the .ml domain in the country, Malaysian domain registrar MYNIC has come out to say that the .my domain name is the one and only Country-Code Top Level Domain (ccTLD) representing Malaysia.
Many startups fail because their cofounders don’t work well together, so there are some questions you must ask first before choosing who is going to accompany you on this journey, writes Derek Toh.
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The Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) has just completed its first [email protected] programme. Karamjit Singh spoke to MaGIC CEO Cheryl Yeoh on the reasons behind the three-year initiative with Stanford University.
South-East Asia has some of the fastest growing markets, the most innovative tech companies, and the most active investors in spite of its fundamental weaknesses – and leapfrogging companies will pull in the investments, writes Golden Gate Ventures’ Justin Hall.