From 200 To 25,000 Bicycles: How SG Bike Became The Largest Bike-Sharing Firm In S’pore
SG Bike has grown to become Singapore's largest bike-sharing player after its acquisition of Mobike with a fleet size of 25,000 bicycles.
Inspired By Japan’s Tech, This M’sian Is Building A Smart Store That Needs No Employees
Aye Solutions is coming up with an unmanned smart store that uses AI to let you shop without the presence of shopkeepers.
This Startup Is Giving B40 Students Crucial Access To E-Learning, One Laptop At A Time
Connect.ED is a social enterprise that repairs and refurbishes second-hand laptops for B40 students to access e-learning.
His Gas Delivery Biz Was Started To Employ B40s, Now They Deliver 6k Cylinders/Month
BeliGas is a Malaysian startup that's delivering affordable LPG gas cylinders throughout Klang Valley with its own rider fleet.
4 Key Steps To Prepare M’sian Businesses For 2021, Based On A HSBC Survey
Here are 4 tools from HSBC to grow in 2021 in revenue, prepare for expansion into APAC, and improve cash flow.
He Built A Simple Site To Help Us Stay Within 10km Of Our Homes During MCO 2.0
DudukDiam is a site developed to let Malaysians know where they can travel to within a 10km radius from their home during MCO.
From Costs To Viable Opportunities: All You Need To Know About Franchising A Store In S’pore
Sometimes, running a business with a tried-and-tested formula might be a better option so many have turned to franchising a store.
Lim Chee Guan’s 3rd-Gen Owners On How Their Bak Kwa Business Has Lasted Over 80 Years
Established in 1938, homegrown barbecued meat (bak kwa) brand Lim Chee Guan was founded by Chinese immigrant Lim Kay Eng.
Rather Than Play It Safe During MCO, VCR Chose To Open 2 New Spin-Off Cafes
Last year, VCR opened 2 new cafes, Cantina and Stacks in the midst of MCO, which can be seen as a risky move that paid off thus far.
Breaking Down The Modus Operandi Of Marketing Gurus In Malaysia
We break down the simple but convincing formula that online marketing gurus use to entice audiences to join their expensive seminars.
Trash To Treasure: This 22-Year-Old S’porean Set Up A Thrift Store To Sell Unwanted Clothes
Threadlightly was opened in August 2020 by 22-year-old Rin Azhar, who decided to forgo a university degree to work on the store full-time.
What’s It Like Running A Gym In A Pandemic? Level Up Fitness’ Founder Talks Strategies.
Level Up Fitness' founder, Kenny Sia, talks about the struggles of keeping his gym alive during the pandemic, and the strategies he used.