While there are weaknesses in our startup ecosystem, such weaknesses are not unique to Malaysia, but recent developments have given DNA founder Karamjit Singh hope that we will probably overcome these faster than anyone else.
Macrokiosk founders raise their initial 2011 buyout offer by 50% to buy back 70% stake in the company from investor Goldis Bhd.
Renuka Sena of Proficeo talks about the Coach and Grow Programme and what’s different in the second year.
The Malaysian startup ecosystem compares very well with those in other countries, including Singapore, writes Karamjit Singh.
The Founder Institute CEO Adeo Ressi wants to see every startup ecosystem in the world having consistent practices, and believes Malaysia is a hotspot for entrepreneurship that promises to have a global influence.
The youngest member of the DNA team, Gabey Goh, tells us why she made that crazy move, and what she has learned so far.
Karamjit Singh asks: Is it the responsibility of our leading entrepreneurs to make time to network and socialise with those who have just started out?
Executive editor A. Asohan reflects on DNA’s gleam-in-the-eye stage, conception, birth and journey to date as we prepare for our first anniversary.
Agilent’s Datuk Gooi Soon Chai says that a talent pool strong in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math is key to Malaysia’s aspirations to becoming a high-income economy.
The tech ecosystem was packed again this week with some major developments, from the policy-making side of things to web companies sealing strategic deals. Key amongst the former is news that e-commerce is going to taxed in Malaysia, writes A. Asohan.