Innovation and IP expert Dr. Sudeep Basu say country sending very strong signal to the world.
Fewer than two in every 100 new products launched in SEA meet key innovation success criteria for distinctiveness, relevance and endurance.
Malaysia must look beyond commodities to move up value chain for premium products.
2G bioethanol and biochemical project to attract investments of almost RM1 billion to Sarawak.
Touted as the wonder material of this century, graphene – the strongest, thinnest and most stretchable crystal in the world – is set to revolutionise industries in the country and throughout the world.
Agensi Inovasi Malaysia’s National Corporate Innovation Index does more than just gauge the standard of innovation among Malaysian companies – it is pushes them to embrace it as part of a corporate strategy.
There was a time when business owners actually debated whether or not to have a website. Similarly, a similar question was asked about social media pages. But what about apps? Will every company one day feel it needs to have its own app in order to meet its customers’ expectations?
The recently launched PlatCOM Ventures Sdn Bhd aims to remove barriers that stand in the way of Malaysian SMEs embracing innovation and moving up the value chain.
EA Holdings Berhad has certainly come a long way from its humble roots, and the company is still growing from strength to strength through its innovative culture.
GIGIH recognises grass roots community as a vast reservoir for ideas and solutions that can be tapped for economic growth
Set up to help the country achieve an innovation economy and culture, Agensi Inovasi Malaysia (AIM) hopes also to attract more private investment in research.
Made-in-Malaysia 3D CG animation game, Chinese Zombie War, is winning fans all over China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Malaysia. Business Circle spoke to one of its founders about its journey to success.
Build the culture with your bare hands
Home made innovations are the best
Into the depths of innovation
Innovation marks the spot
Measure with rankings
With more than 56 % of government services already available online, what’s the government doing to hit its target of 90% of services by 2015?
IT and businesses that depend heavily on technology and the Internet play a disproportionate role in the economies of regions such as North America and Western Europe, contributing (on average) 3.4% of GDP (www.mckinsey.com/insights/mgi/research/technology_and_innovation/internet_matters) and 21% of GDP growth during the past five years in mature countries.
The National Biomass Strategy 2020 is a sound blueprint for success. But can it be successfully executed by its multiple stakeholders?