Digerati50

Digerati50: To get rich – avoid startups
Wong Whei Meng, who started his entrepreneurial journey at 17, believes passion, a good mentor and ability to execute are key to success.
Digerati50: Collaborating and creating
Warren Tan of VLT plays his part to grow ecosystem via creating better access to people and opportunities to pollinate ideas.
Digerati50: Making every moment count
Viren Doshi reminds himself every morning that CatchThatBus is working to change the face of land transportation.
Digerati50: The Disruptor, The Inspirer
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.
Digerati50: No motivation like making a difference
An introvert by nature, Tengku Syamil has had to grow as a person, as an entrepreneur in running his startup, Skolafund. 
Digerati50: A little positivity goes a long way
Never stop learning, believe in yourself, work hard and stay positive urge Babydash founders, Lavinie Thiruchelvam and Tay Shan Li.
Digerati50: Educating through entertainment
Didi & Friends was Sinan Ismail's solution to solving a personal problem. It led to a co-production deal with Astro, four years later, while racking up 6.6 mil YouTube views.
Digerati50: Learning to say No
The geek who built Juris Technologies into a regional credit management software leader.
Digerati50: Startups, you’ll never walk alone
Sam Shafie holds on fast to dream of catalyzing crowd funding in Malaysia, despite rocky early going between 2012-2015.
Digerati50: Adversity builds character, really
The dynamo behind Proficeo Consultants and Cradle’s CGP programme, Renuka Sena, used rejection as her motivator to power forward.  
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