Starting with no entrepreneurial experience after juggling several jobs she eventually entered the Malaysia business market as CEO of her own company.
Panellists discuss the need to create a sustainable network structure that could bring successful women together with those who needed assistance.
Representing a new wave of startups, TaqwaTech focuses on serving Muslim consumers, communities and businesses.
Founder and Chief Creative Director of A Cut Above Group of Salons and Academy explains how her journey begins differently every time.
Alternatives for economic sustainability to emulate the circularity of nature just makes sense.
Congratulations to the shortlisted startups who won the attention of VCs at WIEF IdeaLab 2017.
Starting a business is hard enough, so to minimise complications startups should know what legal issues to avoid.
Governments of African and ASEAN regions are making greater efforts to build resilience among SMEs.
Tips from a VC and speaker at WIEF IdeaLab 2017, that’ll help startups give a better pitch to potential investors.
To achieve proper collection and distribution of zakat, more dialogue is needed across the state and community zakat institutions to share knowledge.
If you’re a startup business, don’t fear failure, it forces you to have courage, to get up and persevere.
As the diverse ASEAN startup ecosystem continues to grow, challenges of creating a more interlinked ASEAN-wide ecosystem rise.