Southeast Asia’s unicorns attracted US$24 billion of the total US$37 billion raised in the past four years.
Bestselling author and futurist Roger James Hamilton says that we need to be conscious entrepreneurs, and with that can bring humanity into Society 5.0.
VCs have to be supportive of their startups as entrepreneurship is a tough and lonely journey, according to a panellist at the What’s Next 2016 conference.
DNA continues its weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy, from Digerati50 Vol 2. This week, we look at Anthony Tan of Grab.
Unicorns are rare in South-East Asia because of the region’s various levels of complexity, according to panellists at the Wild Digital Conference in KL.
The South-East Asian startup scene is certainly booming but venture capitalists (VCs) in the region are just not keeping up, according to a report by Google Inc and Temasek Holdings.
As the risk appetite declines, the propensity for investors to continue supporting multibillion-dollar funding rounds at sky-high valuations will understandably wane, writes Justin Hall.
Anwar Jumabhoy looks at the ‘US Technology Wealth Creation’ model, and whether it can be adopted by other countries.
E-commmerce startups are challenging the status quo and putting traditional retailers on the ropes, but traditional retailers still hold a key edge, Ardent Capital CEO Adrian Vanzyl told the What's Next conference.
In the event of nuclear economic armageddon, unicorns might just return to being endangered species once more, and the only things left will be cockroaches and early-stage startups, writes Justin Hall.