With people saying FinTech is disrupting banking, what does that actually mean? Who and how are tech/non-tech companies changing the landscape of financial services? Story from a banking veteran.
He will probably not just stop here, but to venture into something else. Although it won’t be easy to be right in the centre of something as sensational as MoBike again.
Whole cities, farms and factories will be rearranged to the convenience of a whole new generation of robots, drones and vehicles - all electric powered.
A saying goes that many investors jumped into investing in Club Factory because they missed both Wish and JollyChic.
Over the years, we have hired a lot of them. Many of them turned out to be brilliant (some of them are still working with us at Momentum Works now), but more did not last.
The governments all started to believe that the huge economic benefits of population density overpowers the accompanying environmental and societal problems.
Coming from a team that has seen a lot of companies boom and bust - we will always be keen to hear the idea, but will also want to understand more about the management team, the business plan as well as the implementation plan.
After six years of effort, Huawei has achieved a fairly good level of self-dependence. We think ZTE can do the same, with imposed, rather than self-imposed, urgency.
Understanding things can be different (such as 林 is not always Lim) is a key advantage for anyone to navigate across cultures.
Debt collection used to be the last-mile of lending business taking place offline. Now, data technology is changing it.