14 Influential Higher Education Tech Leaders In Southeast Asia


Southeast Asia has been experiencing a tremendous technology boom, and a large part of that growth can be attributed to the massive adoption of technology in the education sectors of those countries.

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[Singapore][Competition] Applications For 14th Start-Up@Singapore Now Open


Its recent edition attracted more than 3,000 teams and 9,000 participants, both locally as well as from countries such as Australia, Canada, Norway, India, Brunei, Pakistan, Russia, Greece, the Philippines and Indonesia.

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Bloapp Converts Your Blog Into An iPhone App


Wong, a serial entrepreneur, also founded Linknet Solutions in 1999 and was responsible for developing Brunei’s first and largest online shopping website, www.qqestore.com.

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Franchises Finding International Niches

The Entrepreneurial Mind

Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Myanmar, Brunei, Cambodia and Laos are all seeing rapid growth in American franchise restaurants. ENTREPRENEURIAL PROFILE : Tony Chew: KFC Vietnam.

[Singapore] Cisco Celebrates 20 Years In Singapore; Opens New Regional Headquarters


It’s hard to imagine that networking giant Cisco has been in Singapore for 20 years, playing a part in helping Singaporeans get online for the firs time in 1994.

Will NFC Technology Take Off In Singapore?


Near Field Communication (NFC) – a form of data transmission that allows simplified transactions, data exchange, and wireless connections between two devices in close proximity to each other – is one of the newest technologies currently being embraced by the mobile communications industry, and especially by handset makers.

Global Mobile Internet Data Traffic To Explode 13-Fold By 2017: Cisco


“Asia Pacific, as we all know, is leading the way in transforming how data is utilized,” says Joshua Soh, managing director for Cisco in Singapore and Brunei. Worldwide mobile data traffic is expected to increase 13-fold over the next five years and reach some 11.2

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