What’s Next 2016
Instead of worrying about startups disrupting traditional industries and large corporations, the question now should be: Why not work together?
The biggest fear of many brick-and-mortar companies is they will be disrupted by digitalisation, new technologies and even young and hungry startups – but that’s not the case with Valiram Group.
While many are still caught up in the second wave of digital disruption – where startups are disrupting incumbents – the third wave is already here, according to a panel discussion at DNA’s What’s Next 2016.
If you have been crafting a 'digital strategy,' you're already behind the times, according to a panel discussion at DNA's What's Next conference.
An old-school property CEO embraces clicks to enhance his brick-and-mortar business, which has Karamjit Singh wondering if this is the start of a hybrid model for traditional companies to adapt to digital.
The latest speaker to join the stellar cast at the What’s Next conference, Bobby Varanasi, contends that disruption isn’t about or because of technology, writes Karamjit Singh.
Leslie Loh, who made his tech fortune in Singapore with a US$89mil exit in 2006 and now runs Red Dot Ventures, is the latest entrepreneur to join What’s Next 2016.
Dr Mubbashir Iftikhar, head of digital transformation at KPJ Healthcare, is the latest business leader from a brick-and-mortar company to join the stellar cast of speakers at What’s Next, enthuses Karamjit Singh.
Fares Zahir, the CEO of Xeraya Capital, a Khazanah-owned VC firm, joins the What’s Next conference as a panellist, and here shares what the low-key fund does and how some of its investments have fared.
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.