Youths are full of creativity and eager to find out what’s life in the creative industries of product design, interactive digital media, gaming, and social arenas. The session of talks by three successful entrepreneurs from the local scene will share their entrepreneurial start-ups experiences as they discuss the opportunities, motivations and challenges. They will also share their practical knowledge and insights into intellectual properties, product design and development, and marketing of their products and services. Read more
Coming live from Echelon 2010 on 2 June with the largest panel ever assembled and a major announcement, the TWIA crew is in full force for the 1st time with interesting threads of discussion ever pursued. With the major announcement for TWIA that DailySocial.net (Indonesia) and Mobinode.com (China) will syndicate our show in the future, we hope to extend our show to reach further shores that provide Asia with the analysis on news which rocked the web, mobile and tech space. In our distinguished panel, we have Dave McClure (@davemcclure), Serkan Toto (@serkantoto) from TechCrunch, Mohan Belani from E27 (@mohanbelani), Gen Kanai from Mozilla Corporation (@genkanai), Rama Mamuaya from DailySocial.net (@rampok) and the full team with Chew Lin Kay (@chewlink) and Michael Smith (@dreampipe). We start with a review of Echelon 2010 with discussion on social gaming, the shift from web to mobile browser in Asia, the start-ups launch with Foound leading the way and Dave’s thoughts on how they can improve for the future. Following on, we crisscrossed through a variety of issues crossing from country to country (China, Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia and etc.), the travel stories from Geeks on a Plane (GOAP) and take interesting questions from our audience. Finally, we wrapped up with what all our panelists wish for Echelon 2011. You can go directly to TWIA website or listen the podcast here in SGEntrepreneurs. Read more
Podcast: Play in new window
Our friends at Tech65 start their weekly podcast on the following issues that dominated the tech landscape last week:  Creative Zii MediaBook,  Michael Arrington’s CrunchPad still not available, maybe never will be?  Motorola Droid,  BarCamp Singapore 4: 21 Nov 09, Suntec Tower 3, 14th Floor. Do click and check out their latest podcast here.