HK-based shopping and fashion discovery startup Goxip said it has raised US$1.62 million in a seed round led by Chryseis Tan, daughter of Malaysian tycoon Vincent Tan.
Accenture, the world’s largest management consulting services company, joins What’s Next as its Knowledge Partner while UK-listed and Malaysian-founded BDA company Fusionex International has returned as Supporting Sponsor.
After introducing Vintent Tan founder of Berjaya Corporation group of companies yesterday, Karamjit Singh today introduces Nick Nash, group president of South-East Asia’s most valuable startup, Yasmin Mahmod of MDEC and a top management consultant from McKinsey & Co to What’s Next. And yes, you can say that he is a little bit excited!
Tony Fernandes was last year’s What’s Next keynote speaker, and now DNA founder Karamjit Singh is excited to introduce another Asian corporate titan, Vincent Tan, for What’s Next 2016.
Only about 19 months after its Nasdaq IPO, MOL Global is going to be delisted: Goh Thean Eu takes a deeper look into its shortlived journey.
While the overall stock market picture in 2014 seemed gloomy, some companies managed to dodge the larger trend, in particular those tech companies owned by entrepreneurs who made into Digital News Asia’s inaugural Digerati50 list, writes Goh Thean Eu.
Expects to cut operational losses by more than half in 2014 Signs on Huawei and ZTE for network expansion plan announced in Sept
MOL Global Inc, an e-payments company based in Malaysia, continued to face the backlash of disappointed investors as its share price plunged more than 80% from the opening price on its Nasdaq debut on Oct 9, 2014.
Fourteen years after quitting college on receiving RM2 million (US$618,000 at current rates) in funding from his main investor Malaysian billionaire Vincent Tan, Ganesh Kumar Bangah has repaid his confidence by taking his online-to-offline (O2O) payment company MOL Global Inc to a Nasdaq listing.
Dotcom pioneer MOL Global Inc, which is expected to list on the Nasdaq Global Market the first week of October, registered a solid first-half performance, seeing net profit more than double to RM11.2 million (US$3.5 million) versus RM5.1 million (US$1.6 million) in the first half of last year.