Week in Review
Khailee Ng’s concerns over the physical and emotional wellbeing of founders leads Karamjit Singh to un-censor his owns thoughts as a content-preneur.
Despite a 'smelly' start to his weekly column, Karamjit Singh sees a boost to the digital ecosystem, with both crowdfunding and corporate interest in startups showing positive signs of growing.
Another Brick & Mortar company reaches out to startups to partner with and create synergy while a startup in Jakarta raises smart money – from a Brick & Mortar.
DNA launches its inaugural Pulse on Malaysia’s Digital Economy under its Deep Dive series with Karamjit Singh giving it a personal score of 3.5
Broadband market disrupter, MyRepublic, aims to be the new type of telco Singapore needs, its CEO Malcolm Rodrigues says.
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.
Organisations that aim to capture the digital opportunity in this age of disruption need to focus on their core before their tech, writes Karamjit Singh.
Uber and Grab will be legal services in Malaysia but that’s just the easy part. What about Airbnb, wonders Karamjit Singh.
It has been another strong week for the tech ecosystem in SEA, writes Karamjit Singh.
An old-school property CEO embraces clicks to enhance his brick-and-mortar business, which has Karamjit Singh wondering if this is the start of a hybrid model for traditional companies to adapt to digital.