The wave of nostalgia in Malaysia has spread to vintage furniture, making grandma’s old cupboard and rocking chair chic.
Harmandar Singh has been involved in the advertising line for much of his adult life. Now an industry veteran, he is still very much up to speed on all things digital.
A holistic, well-rounded and well-balanced educational system is the goal of current blueprint.
Apparently yes, says U for Life Sdn Bhd, which bills itself as Malaysia’s first online insurer.
Is your family prepared should the worst-case scenario happen and they are bereft of your earnings? According to findings by Bank Negara Malaysia, at least half of all Malaysians would answer ‘no’.
Even as the CFO role has shifted in breadth and depth, are organisations prepared for greater changes in the future?
Malaysia Marine & Heavy Engineering (MMB) sees the low crude oil price era as a blessing in disguise, driving it towards overseas expansion, diversifying away from its traditional PETRONAS-supporting role.
If you’ve watched local TV news, you would probably be familiar with the face and name of Suhaimi Sulaiman. Today, he is also a successful entrepreneur in his own right.
We asked the founders of some of the Klang Valley’s most noteworthy cafes to share their insights with us.
Malaysia is 8th most efficient government in the world, says WEF.
Having completed its acquisition of a strategic stake in the Cekap Air Group, bumiputra company EA Holdings Bhd it is about to broaden its revenue base and align itself to more high growth…
Jane Lau is said to be one of the Top 10 bloggers in Malaysia. She is also an up-and-coming DJ and has invested in a coffee-house styled café.
The selection of Cyberjaya as a ‘living lab’ for IoT technologies is part of the National IoT Strategic Roadmap that was recently launched by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.
For Malaysians interesting in finding alternative methods of earning a living, online freelancing may prove to be a viable and highly satisfying option.
The term ‘freelance’ comes from the days when wars were fought with mercenary groups – essentially, armies for hire. At that time, there were people who were skilled in arms (especially in the…
Innovation matters. It can drive a company’s profitability and growth, helping it to succeed even during tough economic times. Consumers have a strong appetite for innovation, and they are increasingly demanding.
Malaysia’s online only bookstore on a mission to “promote reading habits among Malaysians with the largest book title selections at a lower price with fast and free delivery”.
Development doesn’t always have to mean destruction. Arkitrek wants to show how buildings can be integrated with the natural environment and benefit local communities.
Despite the Malaysian federal government’s gradual reduction of reliance on oil and gas (O&G) revenues, and the sector’s decreased contribution as a percentage of GDP, the industry remains a vibrant and growing one.
Young, hungry and nimble, local start-up MyTeksi took a disruptive innovation, mixed it with a healthy dose of localisation and carved out a brilliant niche across six countries.