Some interesting digital moves and outstanding additions to What’s Next are on Karamjit Singh’s mind this week.
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.
The Singapore Government’s move to allocate US$30 million to four large corporates to be used for startup funding strikes Karamjit Singh as major recognition that digital is a mega trend that brick-and-mortar companies need to deal with.
Traditional electrical goods retailer Senheng’s upcoming e-commerce launch and DNA’s July 28 What’s Next conference has Karamjit Singh excited.
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.
Karamjit Singh points out that SMEs are laggards in adopting digital marketing, but they have very good reasons for being so. Even startups staffed with digital natives are struggling to properly manage this.
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.
It was a slap in the face for many participants at DNA's inaugural What’s Next conference when Media Prima Television Networks CEO Ahmad Izham Omar revealed the cold hard truth: Urban folk do not represent Malaysia.