297: Geir Windsvoll – Live Streaming in Thailand

Podcast highlights: Geir shares his experience when in late 90s he tried taking the existing online services and combing with the community features and his various other experiments with internet. Geir tells us the challenges he face in scaling live videos and how important it is for tech team to be ready for what is…

287: Charles Reed Anderson – IoT in Asia

Podcast highlights: 24:00 You’re a recognized IoT expert. In your own day-to-day life, how wired up are you? Do you use these gadgets? — Just bought first smartwatch. There are drawers full of things that were used once and never used again. One of the best devices for me though was the Muse headband, which…

283: Wei Qing Jen from Vybes (PitchDeck Asia)

Podcast highlights: Let’s talk about Vybes. What is it and what are you doing there? — Vybes is a platform for millions of influencers to sell goods and services they create directly to their followers. We are disrupting the influencer market in a big way, allowing influencers to bypass brands and sell directly to their…

259: Nabomita Mazumdar (Ashley Talks ASH13)

Podcast highlights: Where do you find energy for your passions? — Everyone needs something that can keep them awake at 2:00am. At the end of the day these communities are people in flesh and bone. Serving them is a wonderful thing. Why do so many women have a complicated relationship to money in business? —…

247: Blake Larson, Expanding LaLaMove Across Asia

Podcast highlights: How did Blake arrive at the day-to-day approach – his interpretation of strategy – as the right way to do it? Also, spending his first eight weeks for Rocket Internet in Hong Kong standing outside petrol stations handing out flyers to taxi drivers As a well-educated, successful and MBA-holding person who went well…

238: Chirayu Wadke – Partner, SeedPlus – Leaving the Valley for Asia

Podcast highlights: Leaving Google in Silicon Valley and returning to Asia was not a difficult decision for Chirayu Wadke. If you’re in tech, consider moving your engineering teams to Asia. Proximity brings more empathy for the users and affects cost decisions. Discussing Smart Cities in Asia and their business potential. Podcast notes: 00:05 Welcome Chirayu…