DisruptInvest Summit 2023: Respond.io and Lapasar demonstrate value of getting the business and team right
While type of business impacts valuation, one also needs to 'earn' their valuation Lapasar proves Malaysia not too small, possible to buld large, profitable business
When it comes to fundraising and onboarding investors, many startups face challenges in terms of identifying and securing the right price. Three prominent market players provide points to consider.
KWAP has travelled up the risk curve in its search for yield with a US$30 million investment in Uber. But it’s far from a shoo-in, thanks to bubble-like valuations at the ride-hailing giant and an IPO market that may not have the ammo – or temperament – for a unicorn this size.
Khazanah executive director Azmil Zahruddin Aziz made a rare appearance at a conference and Karamjit Singh was there, hanging on his every word.
While most of the startup ecosystem hails the Alibaba deal for Lazada as being positive, Karamjit Singh presents two different views about its impact.
Having a great idea isn’t enough, you also need to understand what your potential investors need to know about your startup; most importantly, you need to validate your idea.
Besides making money, there are other things that define a good deal, according to a group of investors at the recent MBAN Summit.