What’s Next is primed to be the first business tech conference in Malaysia, and also the first conference that targets large brick-and-mortar companies, writes Karamjit Singh.
Any large company in the brick-and-mortar world that attended last week’s Wild Digital conference in Kuala Lumpur, organised by Catcha Group, would have walked away very sober and alarmed, writes Karamjit Singh.
Catcha Group’s Wild Digital conference really got DNA founder Karamjit Singh excited, especially with its belief that ‘small fish’ will eat ‘big fish’ – and that’s because DNA’s What’s Next conference on Sept 29 is centred on the ‘big fish’ and what they need to be aware of in this age of digital disruption.
The podcast from this week's Tech Talk show on BFM Radio, featuring DNA founder Karamjit Singh.
iflix has hit over 100,000 subscribers although it is not ready to share actual paying customer numbers. Its Malaysian CEO Azran Osman Rani shares a bit more about the data and his belief that the Internet is going to disrupt more businesses.
MyEG, after behaving like a VC, will now revert to behaving like a typical corporate investor. Will this approach yield it better results? Karamjit Singh ponders.
Expect Internet TV service iflix to raise well in excess of US$100 million as it presses on with delivering great entertainment value to its subscribers.
iflix said it has entered into an exclusive agreement with Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co (PLDT).
Internet TV service and iflix has formed an advisory board comprising business and creative leaders from Hollywood, including famous producer Brian Grazer and Metro-Goldwyn Mayer CEO Gary Barber.
A more confident Cheryl Yeoh looks forward to the next 12 months at MaGIC, with the smooth execution of the MaGIC Accelerator Programme a big target.