Week in Review
What's Next 2017 saw 20 C-level speakers share thoughts and experiences around Digital Disruption as Karamjit Singh also plugs his Raise Your Digital Quotient workshop targeted at mid-level managers.
So the DFTZ has been launched with 1,972 Malaysian SMEs poised to capture exports markets, says the government. But will they? Can they?
Digital Economy drive in Malaysia gets budget boost and Astro gets recognized for its digital adaptation.
As much as he follows the developments around the Digital Economy, the pace of it, even in Southeast Asia, can still catch Karamjit Singh by surprise.
Getting more regional corporates to partner with its Global Accelerator Programme will help MaGIC achieve its goal of strengthening Malaysia's position as the gateway to Southeast Asia.
Going against the grain for how startups should operate, Kaneswaran Avili, has a lot to share.
95% of the US$3bil venture investments into Indonesian startups in the first eight months of 2017 have come from China.
Some regulators doing a good job of trying to catch up, even keep ahead of digital disruption.
Malaysian tech ecosystem welcomes a new US$238mil fund from Malaysian Debt Ventures.
Governments in Southeast Asia would do well to learn from how Singapore is pushing its SMEs to be ready for a Digital Economy.