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.
This member company of the Jardine Matheson Group believes in transforming people, processes and products to adapt to evolving technologies and changing business landscapes
Faiz Al-Shahab and the Blue Ocean he found in Malaysia.
It may only be two years old, but Eco World Development Group Berhad is no aimless toddler in the competitive property field. With a large landbank and a slew of high -value development…
Becoming an entrepreneur is hard but the Coach & Grow programme hopes to make it a bit easier by taking the guesswork out of the process.
According to Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Dato’ Sri Abdul Wahid Omar, the 11th Malaysia Plan (11MP), which was recently passed by the House of Representatives, contains goals that were set as…
Gen Z is tomorrow’s consumers and the first wave is just about to hit the workforce. Are we ready for the onslaught of the GenZillas?
DESIGNation, a design-centric e-commerce start-up, is all about creating a platform that will help local designers sell their wares.
Currently, road congestion costs Malaysians at least 1% of annual GDP, according to Frederico Gil Sander, currently the World Bank’s Senior Country Economist for Malaysia.
Changing dimensions in cyber threats pose increasing danger, but developments in the field of security now offer even smaller companies affordable enterprise-scale defences.
A passion to improve vehicle safety led Khairil Abu Kassim to set up the Asean New Car Assessment Programme.
As life gets ever busier, more and more firms have sprung up to offer to run errands for people. GoGet goes a bit further: its system allows people to find an errand-runner, and…
eRezeki serves as an avenue to raise the average income and share of total income, especially amongst the bottom 40% household income group.
Malaysia hopes to assist local industries manufacture sophisticated medical devices as demand for these equipments grow worldwide.
Top Glove aims to grow its global market share by focusing on more efficient production lines as well as diversifying its product range for a wider market.
MDeC, Shinjiru and Microsoft team up to help ISVs reduce initial deployment costs of cloud-based solutions implementation.
The TEDx KL Women 2015 explored game-changing and bold ideas by women to create a momentum in how people think, live and work.
Many people have started small home-based businesses, assisted by the Internet to spread the word. Kenneth and Hoa did the same, and found it a challenging experience.