Investing in people, the secret in building a media company that lasts forever

Establishing a company that prioritizes investing in people has become a crucial decision in addressing challenges in the modern era. Amidst technological advancements and intense business competition, a company that fosters strong relationships with its human resources and nurtures their potential possesses a significant competitive advantage.

Genetic testing: Leading the way in preventive care for Southeast Asia

In a region plagued by diseases such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes and neonatal deaths, NalaGenetics is taking a stand. As a prominent provider of genetic testing solutions, this pioneering company is on a mission to combat these ailments and improve patient outcomes in Southeast Asia.

Biotechnology and the future of healthcare in Indonesia

Indonesia generates millions of tonnes of waste daily, making it one of the largest waste-producing countries globally. The country also has the highest municipal waste in Southeast Asia, creating a pressing problem that affects public health, the environment, and the economy. But amidst this crisis lies an opportunity. Entrepreneurs and innovators can create sustainable solutions that can transform waste management practices in Indonesia.

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East Ventures-backed founders listed in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Asia 2023

With global economic uncertainty on the rise and a significant drop in VC funding, young entrepreneurs in Asia-Pacific have faced a new set of challenges in the past year. But the current environment hasn’t killed innovation. Judging by this year’s cohort of 30 Under 30 Asia honorees, creativity has proven to be a valuable asset to survive—and thrive—amid tougher circumstances.

Sweeping opportunities in the landfill: Emerging waste management tech startup to come

Indonesia generates millions of tonnes of waste daily, making it one of the largest waste-producing countries globally. The country also has the highest municipal waste in Southeast Asia, creating a pressing problem that affects public health, the environment, and the economy. But amidst this crisis lies an opportunity. Entrepreneurs and innovators can create sustainable solutions that can transform waste management practices in Indonesia.

Creating future farming with technology for food resilience

The world is facing a dire situation. By 2050, the population is expected to reach an unprecedented 9.7 billion, while the food demand is expected to double. If we do not change our global agriculture system, the world might run out of food in just 27 years, according to The World Count. This is one part of the frightening reality that we must confront. The world is facing many challenges, including climate change, which is causing decreased farming output and rising hunger worldwide.

Setting sail for blue economy: Opportunities and challenges in building a maritime startup

The maritime industry has tremendous potential for growth and development. It is a complex sector that encompasses a wide range of activities, including shipping and logistics, fishing, and aquaculture. According to UNDP, the industry also plays a critical role in the world economy, accounting for 5% of global GDP, or estimated at US$ 3 trillion per year.