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Bata Moves Upmarket

For many Malaysians, Bata has long been associated with school shoes and affordable footwear. What’s their strategy for remaining relevant in an increasingly crowded and competitive retail landscape? Ajay shares insights into Bata's strategy to remain a value brand, while at the same time positioning some of their offerings at higher price points.  

Bata Moves Upmarket

A Tale Of 3 Girls, Beat-Driven Spinning And Rubberducks

The co-founders of Hartamas’ favorite Al-Fresco cafe, Rubberduck and one of the freshest beat-driven indoor cycling studios in KL, Aloha Cycle Club talk to us about managing and balancing two completely different businesses under the same roof, and how they’ve managed to do this successfully, all while having a healthy good time.

A Tale Of 3 Girls, Beat-Driven Spinning And Rubberducks

When Plastic Bags and Politics Mix

Selangor's "no plastic bag policy" is being challenged politically as part of BN's pledge should they win the state back. Once again, Mother Nature is sidelined in the country's discussion of what matters. 

When Plastic Bags and Politics Mix

"Cryptocurrencies Are Not Currencies"

John D'Agostino is Managing Director of DMS Governance, the world's largest governance fund. He founded Digital Asset Group, an industry association that aims to create best practices for institutional trading of crypto-assets, and also regularly advises global regulators on best practices. He joins us on The Breakfast Grille to share his insights on the future of cryptocurrencies and digital assets.

No CNY Cheer at Offices

Chinese restaurants aren’t feeling the love this year with many saying they’re seeing a massive drop in CNY bookings. ‘Low’-Sang anyone?

No CNY Cheer at Offices

EP1: The One with Ziv Kong

Ziv Kong is a serial entrepreneur by day, a manic musician by night and has quite a bit to shout about. Literally. On this first episode of Rock Bottom, Ziv shares what it is like to start a business and fail and start over (and over again), as well as lesson he learnt from both the startup and music world about the importance of finding the right business partners and sheer perseverance.

EP1: The One with Ziv Kong

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