Telenor

Telenor Group’s contribution to Asia’s digital future
Telenor Group on Dec 8 unveiled its first Global Impact Report quantifying the socioeconomic impact of the Group’s contributions in 13 markets across the world.
Telenor launches mobile financial service Valyou in Malaysia
Telenor Group on Nov 15 announced the launch of Valyou, a mobile financial services provider offering affordable and convenient mobile money solutions in Malaysia through a mobile wallet app.
Digi to seek and seize growth opportunities in digital
Digi hosts its first Digital Day, dedicated to exploring existing and new digital technologies transforming the lives of many.
Telenor Group’s Digital Winners Asia to help Asian startups expand into new markets
Telenor Group will launch Digital Winners Asia, which blends the creativity, energy and expertise of nine of the region’s startups in a two-day platform designed to enable participants to achieve scale across markets.
Asia’s millennials assess future careers, digital technology impact
Telenor Group releases results of a pilot online survey across six nations in Asia assessing millennials’ attitudes about their future careers
Digi makes US$63K equity funding in three Malaysian startups
Digi Telecommunications said it will be investing more than RM250,000 (about US$63,000 at current rates) in total in equity funding in GrabGas, Local Usher and Vase.
Digi and Telenor reiterate support for ‘Stop Cyberbullying Day 2016’
Digi Telecommunications and Telenor Group have reinforced their support for Stop Cyberbullying Day 2016, an international awareness day that aims to reduce cyberbullying globally and which took place on June 17 this year.  
Digi team among 8 winners of Telenor innovation program
A team from Telenor Group’s Malaysian unit, Digi, has been selected as one of eight teams from the telco group to participate in an internal startup programme with the reward being an opportunity to be funded by Telenor and spun out.  
Week in Review: Adapting to the digital reality
The upside of technology advancements and innovation are well known and this week, Karamjit Singh ponders the dire consequences of life going increasingly digital and how individuals, governments, and companies will adapt.
Sigve Brekke’s ‘burning platform’ mentality to move a giant
Very aware of the dangers of becoming a ‘dumb pipe,’ Telenor group president Sigve Brekke lists a number of things the telco must execute to escape this nightmare scenario, writes Karamjit Singh.
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