We asked the founders of some of the Klang Valley’s most noteworthy cafes to share their insights with us.
KRU first emerged in the early 90s as a rap band but, over the years, has managed to evolve into a business entity that runs one of the most successful entertainment companies in the country.
Audrey Lim left her job as a secretary at an architectural firm slightly more than a decade ago to care for her children. Today, she is the author of a cookbook called “Malaysian Tapas”
Kashminder Singh was so keen about doing business that he opted to go into business right out of high school instead of going to university.
Two Malaysian friends have decided to go down the path of social entrepreneurship to make a positive impact on society.
What’s it like to represent celebrities and their brands? Business Circle finds out.
In e-commerce, the ones who are making the money are usually the ones enabling it rather than the operators themselves.
MYDreams1 was founded by chartered accountant and former model Ng Yee Han who wanted to find an easier way to look for special offers and good deals from various companies.
From those who’d done it Thinking of starting your own cosy café? Done right, it can be a very fulfilling experience. Compiled by Sean Yoong New cafés have opened at a dizzying pace throughout the Klang Valley in recent months, but not all of them thrive. Thinking of starting your own cosy café? Seven owners […]
For die-hard fans of seafood, the best way to secure the freshest fish, crabs and prawns might be to trudge through a wet market and haggle with the hawkers early in the morning. But what if seafood could be delivered directly from the fisheries to your doorsteps?
It felt awkward for a moment, talking with just gestures. But that soon passed, and it was a breeze ordering coffee at the Deaf-in-Business (DIB) Café. Run wholly by the deaf, it has become a showcase of how business and social good can be compatible.
Tony Roma’s makes Malaysia training ground for Asia as Malaysian business grows.
Two local entrepreneurs hope to take on the world with their online stores, while maintaining their presence in the local market with physical stores.
In an era of online social and business networking, the notion of offline events to meet fellow entrepreneurs seems archaic and perhaps even obsolete. But just as commerce cannot be done completely online, neither can networking. There is some value still in the human touch and face-to-face mingling.
Cat cafés are all the rage across the globe, marrying the current craze for chic coffee, cute cats and charming cafés. With three cat cafés opening in the last two months, Malaysia has wholeheartedly embraced the craze. Read on!
Marwan Ma’som’s invention offers street vendors a chance to use a booth which comes with its own electricity and water – for free.
With many health-conscious Malaysians now opting to eat organic daily, it has given a boost to the business of vegetable home delivery.
Khailee Ng is a 28 year old entrepreneur who co-founded two successful Malaysian tech startups: SAYS.com, a social news site which provides social media content distribution for 70 of Malaysia’s largest advertisers, and, Groupon Malaysia, which was originally started as GroupsMore before being acquired by Groupon.
Top opportunities in 2013 revolve around innovation and rapid-growth market demand
The second annual Global Mobile Money Adoption Survey analyses the state of the mobile money industry in 2012, and what this means for businesses.