The 'accidental creative rebel' of Ogilvy PR's 360° Digital Influence team in Singapore, Pat Law, is now the boss lady of her own little consultancy, GOODSTUPH.
At a recent launch event of its EB-4000 and G6000 series of projectors, imaging hardware and solutions company Epson showcased various applications of projection technology in a commercial context that was achievable with the simple use of its high brightness projectors.
There seems to be a lot of hype surrounding VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) and unified communications. Here's a look at some of the numbers surrounding the space when it comes to small and medium businesses wanting to use it.
In just eight years, Christian Arno grew his translation company Lingo24 from a home-based business to a company of 112 full-time employees working across four continents, with clients in over sixty countries and an annual turnover of over US$6m.
Often the only way for companies to establish themselves in a market is to do something innovative and take the shine off their competitors. Patrick Smith of Housesimple looks at some of the most innovative online businesses disrupting their industries (including his own).
Contributing writer Caroline Yeung speaks to Felix Chang, managing director of data recovery company Adroit Data Recovery Centre (ADRC), about data recovery and loss.
JHAudio is a designer and manufacturer of premium, custom in-ear audio monitors for professional musicians, audiophiles and music lovers, as well as avionics equipment for pilots.
Philip Kafka hung up his racket at the age of 23 merely months into his professional tennis career to become an entrepreneur instead.
BaseKit is a new online platform that allows web design professionals to easily produce and publish websites without writing any HTML code.
Here's an infographic that takes a look at some of the statistics around startups in New York, and some of the reasons why you may possibly want to base your startup there.
New York-based Baking For Good is an online bakery with a social mission - it is based around the idea of a bake sale, selling fresh all-natural baked goods such as brownies, cookies and other treats and donating 15 percent of every purchase to a non-profit or community fundraiser of the customer's choice
Micha Kaufman and Shai Wininger, founders of e-commerce site Fiverr.com, believes that there can be an entire marketplace where people can purchase and sell services at the fixed price of US$5.
LittleLives is a social networking site that brings kids together to build global friendships and ignite collaboration, and aims to be one-stop shop for all things education and for children.
Ticketbis is an online platform where users can easily and securely buy and sell tickets for every kind of event, such as concerts, festivals, theater plays, art performances or soccer games.
Just as 3G opened up the app market and 4G created a demand for mobile broadband applications, 5G will open up vast economic potential for Internet of Things applications.
Iron Tribe Fitness started as an "underground" group fitness training experiment in a garage and today consists of over 720 gym members and 17 employees in four outlets.
The creative agency business that insists on its traditional way of sourcing for work could be in peril. Not because of the worsening global economy, although that is one reason, but because of one little company based in Chicago called crowdSPRING.