DNA-TeAM Disrupt makes its maiden trip to Cyberjaya next Wednesday (Sept 24) when Telekom Malaysia R&D plays host and sponsor to the 23rd edition of the monthly panel discussion series.
Entrepreneurs can expect DNA to be more questioning when telling their stories. Our role of being the eye on the ecosystem is to be sharpened.
Tech startups hoping to penetrate the retail industry should think about offering cloud-based or SaaS type solutions, but will still have to face cultural challenges, according to the experts at this month's DNA-TeAM Disrupt discussion.
Tomorrow’s Disrupt #21 Bricks to Clicks event, welcomes a third panelist, Nelson Kwok, the self-professed “professional corn man” and founder of Nelson’s Corn.
Disrupt #21 looks at traditional merchants going digital to try and capture some of the opportunities in the Internet age.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh thinks being in debt as a startup is not unusual and feels players in the ecosystem should be more supportive and positive of each other’s success.
Key takeaway from Disrupt for entrepreneurs not to expect quick exit Dual MH tragedies bring out dark side in mankind with trademark bid
Many VCs and angels in Malaysia still have ‘demanding’ expectations Skin in the game, maturity and good network among what angels look for
Telco happy to support stories of impactful individuals Event fully booked, sadly no place for those on waiting list
How many entrepreneurs throughout South-East Asia will be inspired by Ganesh Kumar Bangah’s MOL Global and its Nasdaq listing? Karamjit Singh wonders, while encouraging entrepreneurs to read and learn from the company’s preliminary prospectus.