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Professor +Serguei Netessine  from INSEAD Business School discuss his book "The Risk Driven Business Model" and how the tenets of the book drive business model innovation in Asian companies. He also discuss why INSEAD has successfully produced successful companies and the up and coming ones such as Redmart & EditSuits. #podcast  
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Episode 24 The Risk Driven Business Model With Serguei Netessine
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Bunnie Huang (@bunniestudios), founder of Bunnie Studios and Kosagi, joined us to chat about building hardware companies in Asia. From his early experience in hacking the XBox and Chumby to his recent open hardware projects: Safecast Geiger Counter Reference Design, Novena Laptop, Chibitronics: peel and stick electronics, he shared great advice and thoughts on trends to hardware entrepreneurs out there who are looking to bring their products to market globally. #podcast  
Bunnie Huang, founder of Bunnie Studios and Kosagi, joined us to chat about building hardware companies and discuss open source hardware trends in Asia.
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Fresh out from the Analyse Asia studio, we interview +Cheryl Yeoh  CEO of +Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre  (MaGIC) joins us to discuss her current project to support, enhance and accelerate the startups in Malaysia and scale them regionally towards the Southeast Asia market.
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Episode 21 MaGIC & Malaysia With Cheryl Yeoh
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+Ben Bajarin  from Creative Strategies & Techpinions joins us in this episdode to discuss the important questions dominating mobile in the dynamic and vibrant Asian market and what matters in 2015. ‪#‎podcast‬
Ben Bajarin from Creative Strategies & Techpinions joins us in this episdode to discuss the important questions dominating mobile in the dynamic and vibrant Asian market and what matters in 2015.
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Learning Chinese with my daughter with the wooden bricks forming a house of cards with the year of the goat on top. #learning
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Here’s the question which I am being asked by many people who want to apply to accelerators or planning to start up new businesses. “Should I be the sole founder or find a co-founder?” The answer is not so straightforward. #startup  
Here’s the question which I am being asked by many people who want to apply to accelerators or planning to start up new businesses. “Should I be the sole founder or find a co-founder?” The answer is not so straightforward. Most accelerators often preached the need to have co-founders and tend to drop applications by single founders.There is justification in why they chose to do so. After all, 9 in 10 startups fail, and, following on with you get ...
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Hear +Gen Kanai discuss the footprint of +Firefox OS & browser in Asia. #podcast  
Gen Kanai joined us here to discuss the Mozilla footprint in the form of Firefox browser and mobile OS in Asia during the FOSS Asia 2015 conference.
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Hear +Gen Kanai discuss the footprint of +Mozilla Firefox browser & mobile OS in Asia #podcast  
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Episode 22 The Firefox Browser & Mobile OS With Gen Kanai
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We interview David Corbin  from +Tech in Asia  with a dedicated deep dive on one of the most exciting messaging apps in Asia: LINE. David shares with us how Line made US$323M last year which is 16x estimated revenue of Whatsapp, and also discuss some interesting startups in the Japan tech scene: Metaps & Raksul. #Podcast
David Corbin (@CorbinDB) from Tech in Asia joins us for a deep dive discussion on one of the most exciting messaging apps in Asia: LINE from its origins to how it has successfully made revenues and started the stickers feature in mobile messaging apps.
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+Rui Ma from +500startups discuss the angel investment scene in China and also discuss the interesting startups which she has invested, and provide tips to how foreign entrepreneurs can succeed in China. #podcast 
Rui Ma (@ruima), partner from 500 Startups covering Greater China, joins us to discuss her investment thesis & interesting startups in her portfolio.
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Hear Hans Tung from +GGV Capital  discuss his story as a venture capitalist from US to China and back. An early investor of Xiaomi & also well versed in China's Internet and mobile landscape, he discuss the evolution of Baidu-Alibaba-Tencent from 2004 to now, and the upstarts: Cheetah Mobile, Xiaomi and others. He also discuss the back story on how Xiaomi recruited +Hugo Barra  from Google.  #podcast 
Hans Tung, managing partner of GGV Capital joins us in the studio to discuss his journey as a venture capitalist, investing in US and China, and his reflections on Xiaomi and other interesting companies in his portfolio: Wish, Curse and Misfit.
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An organization's transformations will inevitably vary in scale, time to execute and impact on the business.

But, when taken together, a series of successful transformations — big or small — will meld over time into an overarching story of transformation and extended life expectancy.
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A Pragmatic Idealist on Technology, Media & Entrepreneurship. Angel Investor & Fine Dining Critic
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A pragmatic idealist on technology, media and entrepreneurship. Angel Investor & Fine Dining Critic. You can read my personal blog: http://www.bernardleong.com
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Singapore - Cambridge, UK
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This Year's 8 Smartest UI Design Ideas | WIRED
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With the rise of touchscreens, computers have become a lot less confounding. But that doesn't mean taps, swipes, and pinches-to-zoom are the

Is the IKEA Aesthetic Comfy or Creepy?
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Lauren Collins on the world of IKEA. “The company’s vision, one executive said, is ‘to create a better life for the many.’ ”

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