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Digital News Roundup - 19th July 2018

Chong Jinn Xiung | Kiranjit Kaur Sidhu | Dzof Azmi

19-Jul-18 10:00

Digital News Roundup - 19th July 2018

On this episode of Digital News Asia Roundup, the team discussed about an Indonesian startup's bold ambitions to change the way brands collect data on consumers; MDEC's efforts in raising the visibility of local success stories; and Dacsee - an alternative to Grab. The team also talked about SOLS 24/7 providing learning programmes for the poor; and why cryptocurrency will be mainstream within 8 years according to Global Crypto Ventures.


0:56:41 - Snapcart Turns Receipts Into Cash

4:26:63 - Learning Programmes For The Poor Communities

10:15:17 - Cryptocurrency Denial – It’s Just A Stage Of Grief

14:49:08 - MDEC Wants To Raise The Visibility Of Local Success Stories

18:18:84 - To Bootstrap Or Not To Bootstrap?

25:30:26 - GDPR - Good Or Bad?

31:48:76 - A New Challenger Arrives With Social Ride-Sharing Service Dacsee

Produced by: Freda Liu

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Categories:  TechnologyMedical Innovation and TechnologyTechEntrepreneurshipPersonal Development

Tags:  Indonesian StartupSnapcartMDECGopi GanesalingamDacseeRide-HailingSOLS 24/7learning programmepoor communitiesWild DigitalCryptocurrenciesGlobal Crypto Ventures

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