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.
After The FMFA 2014 Disaster, His Event Company Was Supposed To Sink—It Didn’t
CEO of Livescape Group Iqbal Ameer talks about the FMFA crisis of 2014, about how his company managed to find opportunity with It's The Ship!, and his expectations for the events and music scene locally.
This Startup’s Figured Out How To Keep Millennial Employees Engaged Without Relying On $$
SelfDrvn is an all-in-one HR management platform that improves engagement with millennials in the workforce using gamification and big data behavioral analytics. With better engagement, companies will gain increased revenue and better customer satisfaction.
GrabPay Looks To Dominate The E-Wallet Industry By Partnering With Banking Goliath Maybank
Grab has announced a partnership with Maybank to share their network of key partner merchants, providing their users more commerce options on their upcoming GrabPay e-wallet service.
4 Benefits M’sian SMEs Can Get From Being On BizSmart’s New Reality TV Show
If you're a young SME looking to grow your business, you can send in your application for Alliance Bank's BizSmart Challenge 2018 programme where you'll be able to learn from experts and get mentorship from seasoned entrepreneurs. Deadline for applications is on 31 May 2018.
These M’sians Built An Automated System To Solve The 3 Biggest Pain Points Of Online Selling
TresGo provides a warehouse in Malaysia and helps online sellers store and deliver products to customers. They utilise a system that automates and streamlines orders between different marketplaces and their website.
Blackouts Cost Businesses US$106 Billion Annually, This Company Protects You From That
Eaton, a U.S based company that has been operating for 100 years, share one way they help companies handle downtime or blackouts and they will be bringing their power management solutions via a mobile showroom in the form of a 40ft truck to Malaysia.
Here Are The 4 Things Grab Is Promising M’sians For The Near Future
Following their successful assimilation of Uber's operations in Southeast Asia, Grab Malaysia have announced their plan to become a one-stop app and platform for Malaysians to conduct their daily activities, from transport and dining, all the way to making payments and getting financed.
3 Common Misconceptions About GST & SST, And Why They’re Wrong
After the government announced the return of the SST, confusion among the Malaysian public caused a number of inaccurate statements to appear. We address 3 major misconceptions and attempt to set the record straight.
0% GST In June: 6 Must-Know Things For M’sian Business Owners Before The Switch
The Ministry of Finance Malaysia recently announced zero rated GST by June 1. What does this means for Malaysian business owners and how will they carry it out? The Storehub team finds out.
What’s A Good Boss? No, It’s Not The Nice Ones.
Derek Toh, the founder of Malaysian job platform WOBB, shares his opinion on who makes a good boss, and why having a "nice" boss could actually hurt your career.
After 2 Years, Medium Is Finally Unblocked In Malaysia
After a block by MCMC in 2016 for not removing a Sarawak Report post, publishing platform Medium is finally accessible again to Malaysians.