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Daniel Tay

Daniel is a writer based in the sunny island of Singapore. He mainly covers the tech scene in Singapore for Tech in Asia, but his byline can be found in a variety of publications and blogs, including Social Media Today, Business2Community, Canva and Unbounce. He is madly passionate about entrepreneurship, marketing, and productivity. His home is at danieltay.me - you can follow him on Twitter @legendt, or drop him an email at daniel@techinasia.com.
This article will answer you a lot better than I could right now: https://www.techinasia.com/malaysian-startups-2015/

Commented 6 days ago on

We did an AMA, and here are the top 10 questions we were asked
thanks for having us on TiA :)

Commented 6 days ago on

We did an AMA, and here are the top 10 questions we were asked
Thanks Andrew! I can't go into too much detail, but simply put, we're looking to become bigger and better in the coming months, so keep a look out ;) In lieu of that, yes, we actually are hiring UX designers. Drop me an email at daniel.tay@agilityio.com!

Commented 6 days ago on

We did an AMA, and here are the top 10 questions we were asked
First and foremost, the earlier generation (in Penang's case, the spin offs from MNCs) has to be convinced that the startup ecosystem is worth investing in. Then there should be a central location where the actual passing down of these resources happens - that will likely be Wisma Yeap.

Commented 2 months ago on

Penang is on its way to becoming the Silicon Valley of the East, and IoT is how
Not much love for Penang, not right now at least. But with Wisma Yeap coming up, and possibly some other big names (like Khazanah) moving in, expect to see more investors take an interest in time to come.

Commented 2 months ago on

Penang is on its way to becoming the Silicon Valley of the East, and IoT is how
Check out Exabytes as well: http://www.exabytes.sg/

Commented 2 months ago on

Penang is on its way to becoming the Silicon Valley of the East, and IoT is how
Thanks for the interesting perspective, Hadi. Maybe MaGIC might be keen to partner with some of your local stakeholders... Who knows ;)

Commented 3 months ago on

Is MaGIC really making a difference in Malaysia's startup scene?
Ha, I find this app both amusing... and creepy.

Commented 3 months ago on

Stalk everyone you know with this eerily accurate app that tells you how to talk to people
Great piece. Which are some of the Asian ecommerce startups that are successfully overcoming the obstacles right now, in your opinion?

Commented 4 months ago on

The E-Commerce Opportunity in ASEAN
This looks interesting!

Commented 4 months ago on

The idiot’s guide to content creation
Interesting, but what's your point?

Commented 6 months ago on

Poor infrastructure in Myanmar is not stopping this startup from helping local restaurants
And when exactly was the last time you heard, John?

Commented 6 months ago on

Poor infrastructure in Myanmar is not stopping this startup from helping local restaurants
Would you like to elaborate on that?

Commented 9 months ago on

Stranded in Bali with few possessions, this ‘digital exile’ carved out a new business
I'm not sure if loyal Uber users will agree with you about "sharing the love".

Commented 9 months ago on

Uber drops the ball with free ride promotion in Singapore – again