COFFEE drinking has long been a part of everyday life for many Malaysians. The number of cafés and specialty coffee outlets has been growing in the country and What’s on Tap is looking to tap into this trend.
REVOLUT and TransferWise are signing up thousands of small businesses a month for foreign exchange payments, touting slicker service and lower fees as they try to take on banks in a sector with flows of US$7 trillion (RM29 trillion) a year.
AT a traditional tailor shop, the kind that’s been around for centuries as an atelier for bespoke suiting, the personal touch has always been vital. Shoppers have relationships with their tailors, who know their style and exactly what they’d want to wear.
ROBOTs are taking over farms faster than anyone saw coming.
THE fast-emerging technology and Internet industry has been shaping real estate business and industry experts said China will lead the way in property technology (proptech).
OWNING a pet can be a joyful and rewarding experience, but it also involves worry and responsibility. And nothing upsets pet owners more than seeing their beloved companions suffering from sickness.
THE startup scene in Thailand is far from thriving, but industry watchers believe the next five to 10 years will bring pivotal changes to the South-East Asian nation.
THE bicycle industry in China has found a driving force for new profits in producing electric bicycles, exploring niche markets, and improving intelligent and network connecting levels.
CAPITALBAY, a multi-bank supply chain finance platform, has received the approval from the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) to operate a peer-to-peer (P2P) financing platform.
POLAND has been actively promoting Malaysia as a premium destination for its entrepreneurs keen to expand their markets abroad.