What's Next speaker from Maybank challenge notion that big fish can't be fast and nimble or grow to be bigger. But Brick & Mortars do face generational challenge understanding digital innovation.
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.
Large companies begin to see value in certain facets of startup way Accenture’s Digital Performance Index spotlights PLCs adoption of digital
Tony Fernandes reminds entrepreneurs that dreams do come true, to not worry about failure and that it’s all about passion. With passion, you will find a way to work through challenges, he says.
Among his top five stories of the year is one on the lack of innovation among manufacturing based SMEs which Karamjit Singh feels presents a clear and present danger to Malaysia's ambitions.
Yet more funding for startups courtesy of 500 Durians II, and DNA takes What’s Next to Jakarta with IDC as Knowledge Partner.
An 88-year old billionaire in Indonesia and a 40-something property developer in Malaysia make the case for adopting and adapting to digital, writes Karamjit Singh.
Confident that brick-and-mortar companies will always be around, ‘old economy’ tycoon Vincent Tan explains why he feels so, bolstering his view with examples from Amazon and Alibaba.
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.
Big data analytics has been touted as the next big thing, but some are still wondering about its effectiveness – an issue that surfaced at a panel discussion on Big Data & Analytics’ Dark Secret, at the second annual What's Next conference organised by DNA.