Once Young Disruptors Themselves, 5 CEOs Share How They Stay Ahead of the Competition
We talked to 5 Malaysian CEOs who disrupted their respective industry and they shared how they stay ahead of their competition.
M’sia’s Communications Minister On Improving Our Tech Footprint: “Keep Up Or Get Left Out.”
Minister of Communications and Multimedia Gobind Singh Deo talks about how he plans to develop Malaysia's Internet industry at Wild Digital 2018.
Not Only Did These M’sians Complete A Leadership Programme, They Also Ended Up Running It
Ambitious Malaysian youths between 20 to 30 may have no idea how to reach their goals. NGO Nation Building School wants to help build opportunities.
She Started By Selling Cakes In A Studio Apartment, Now Owns 2 “Rival” Cafés In Bangsar
Jaslyn Rangson is a M'sian F&B entrepreneur who runs two dessert cafés in Bangsar: Jaslyn Cakes, a more simple, rustic café; Dew a florist and bakery.
The First M’sian Team To Make The Chivas Venture Top 5 Also Managed To Win US$53k In Funding
Social enterprise Picha Project made it to the final five of Chivas Venture 2018, which won them a total of US$53,182 from their pitch in Amsterdam with will.i.am.
How UUM Students Are Helping Rural M’sians Live Better With Just Coconut Shells
Co&Coal is a project by students of Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) that engages with Northern Malaysian rural communities in an effort to improve their livelihoods through the creation of coconut coal.
How This M’sian Got Her Jewellery On Kendall Jenner & Gigi Hadid, & In 400 Stores Worldwide
Jenn Low started the Wanderlust + Co jewellry brand in Melbourne, but moved to Malaysia to start again. Now Wanderlust + Co is seen on major celebrities like Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner.
A Glimpse Into Wan Hazmer’s New RM300K M’sian Project After The Success Of FFXV
After finishing work for Final Fantasy XV, Wan Hazmer returned to Malaysia to launch his own game company called Metronomik. They're working on their first game called No Straight Roads.
GE14: Find Out Who Your Candidates Are & Invite Them For Coffee On This Website
KnowYourCandidates is a Malaysian website developed to be a neutral database for Malaysians to know more about the candidates representing them.
Starting Again After 30: How A M’sian Found His Barbershop Calling After Getting Laid Off
Sweeney Ted is an artisanal barbershop in Jaya One run by a Malaysian named Ted Lee. He only began barbering seriously after 30, once he got laid off.
GE14: If You Want To Ensure That The EC Isn’t Biased, Here’s Something You Can Actually Do
In Malaysia, you can volunteer on the SPR/EC as PACAs or Polling & Counting Agents, who play a crucial role during the general election to ensure that the voting process is fair.
How This M’sian Turned Her Coping Mechanism For Grief Into A Full-Time Pet-Care Business
JomPaw is a Malaysian website that links pet owners to pet-related services, like pet boarding, walking, training, taxis, and even has a charity arm.