327: Robin Tan – Cloudzen, The Netflix of games

Highlights: Cloudzen is a streaming platform for games. In three words, it is Netflix for games. Robin shares that most mobile games annoy people to pay. He argues that games should be entertaining and people should pay because they enjoy it, not forced. Robin is raising 6 million USD. He is interested in smart money…

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…

254: String Nguyen (Ashley Talks ASH12)

Podcast highlights: Starting out on Meerkat, how did String Nguyen build content and community around her video content and eventually get 20,000 followers on Linkedin? Growing your Linkedin followers to 20,000+ . There’s a 30,000 limit on Linkedin followers, how do you get around it? How do you win a Linkedin “top voice” award? It’s…

178: Unlocking the World’s Largest E-Market – China (Ashley Talks ASH1)

Podcast highlights: A first look at Ashley Galina Dudarenok’s new book about China: Unlocking the World’s Largest E-Market Different Chinese mobile payments systems and how embedded they are in day-to-day life. Will China become the world’s first cashless society? What are some of the common misconceptions about China and Chinese consumers? Podcast notes: Ashley Talks…

138: ATP Stories: Paul Meyers – Head of muru-D in Singapore

Podcast highlights: Introduction to muru-D Singapore What is the role of accelerators like muru-D in Southeast Asia? What value can corporates like Singtel/Telstra add to the accelerator space that’s not already being covered by traditional setups? What makes Singapore an excellent jumping off point for startups who want to go global? Podcast notes: Paul Meyers…