In survey of over 200 firms, 90% expect Covid-19 to change how they do business Businesses must adopt innovative mindsets & technology for better efficiency, effectivity
Two Taylor’s, one HELP team are winners from over 50 teams across 18 unis Roche benefits from infusion of new ideas, positions as employer of choice
NTIS a testbed to support disruptive technologies, help nation solve key challenges Cross-ministry engagement to ensure government procurement prioritises local tech
Covid-19 has tremendous impact on the startup scene, but a combination of foresight, planning and learning the right lessons has allowed both MaGIC and startups to remain resilient and adaptive in such uncertain times.
4IR has power to change Neo Liberal capitalism economic model with new narrative Any nation able to execute digital transformation well, will create greatest advantage
Morten Bangsgaard leaves his mark at Maxis, willing to bet life on the network At heart of tech transformation are digital capabilities & 3 centres of excellence
30 niche areas & gaps identified & filled to ensure maximum impact Paper on Low-Touch Infra & Economic initiatives has identified key areas
Investments by new venture debt firms a chance for club/syndicated deals MDV well positioned to continue as catalyst for venture debt growth
Part of PENJANA, the NTIS is more than just an opportunity for tech startups to gain necessary funding to survive the longstanding effects of the pandemic, but to also build innovation and an ecosystem to help the country.
The Covid-19 pandemic has kept many SMEs in survival mode. Embracing I4.0, however, could help them address ongoing issues with labour and productivity – and there are ways to step into the new industrial revolution at one’s own pace.