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Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan built a cult following, says one fan has brand tattooed on arm

Razer is a gaming company that believes in making products that they would use themselves 

Outsourcing software development can help accelerate product growth, but effective collaboration is necessary

Hire a software development team that shares the same vision and mission, and which you can effectively collaborate with 

Why your company needs an Artist-in-Residence

As we speed into mid-century, in-house artists of varying ilks are going to become the norm to bring excitement, curiosity and maker spaces to office environments and co-working spaces 

Temasek-backed Cartrade acquires vehicle inspection and valuation firm Adroit, aims to inspect over 1M cars in FY18

CarTrade has about 35 million unique customers per month, and partnered with approximately 8,000 new and used car dealers in India 

[Discussion] Thoughts about the massive US$1.2B Go-Jek round

The deal put Go-jeks valuation at US$3 billion, and seemingly gives it the capital to compete with Grab and Uber in Southeast Asia 

National Innovation Agency of Thailand partners e27, aims to advance Thai startups across SEA through Echelon Thailand

NIA solidifies its support of the local and regional ecosystem by bringing together the tech, entrepreneurship and investment communities for Echelon Thailand 2017. 

Your online, mobile, and social behaviour are now data-points used by fintech startups and governments in scoring credit-worthiness

Imagine a world where authoritarian governments and fintech companies monitor everything you do, amass huge amounts of data on almost every interaction you make, and award you a single score that measures how “trustworthy” you are 

Go-Jek reportedly closed US$1.2B of funding from Tencent, puts valuation at US$3B

According to the report, Go-Jek is expected to make official announcement about the investment "soon" 

Remote work leads to better productivity and lower costs; Here are 10 reasons why remote work rocks

For employers, it's in our hands to make our people's work flexible, engaging, exciting, creative and fulfilling