Linkedin, the weakest link among all live streaming platforms? Seriously?

This is an audio version of my live stream. In my previous and also first live streaming, I mentioned two times that Linkedin is the weakest link among all the live streaming platforms that I am using, but I didn’t explain why. In this live stream, I want to clarify about what I said. Weakness is actually Strength!

My insights from a mini 1-month benchmarking study on 39 live video streamers across different social media platforms, different countries, aged 17 to 72 years old

This is an audio version of my first video live stream. I shared about my preparation for this first live stream. Its about a mini-benchmarking study that I did over a period of one month, observing 39 live streamers from different countries, from different social media platforms, aged 17 to 72 years old. Some earningContinue reading “My insights from a mini 1-month benchmarking study on 39 live video streamers across different social media platforms, different countries, aged 17 to 72 years old”

#Russia launched a business accelerator programme to nurture entrepreneurs who are developing internet products that are related to chatting apps, audio and video services, games and recommendation websites amongst others #Management #IT #AI #ML #Data

The Russian government, together with the Foundation for the Development of Internet Initiative, has launched a business accelerator programme to nurture technology entrepreneurs who are developing products that are related to chatting apps, audio and video services, games and recommendation websites and others. Mentors and experts will be assigned to work with the selected entrepreneursContinue reading “#Russia launched a business accelerator programme to nurture entrepreneurs who are developing internet products that are related to chatting apps, audio and video services, games and recommendation websites amongst others #Management #IT #AI #ML #Data”

Podcast: Latest developments from Southeast Asia – 4 May 2021

In this podcast, I shared about: 1) Continental and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, working together on traceability of the natural rubber supply chain in the Indonesian province of West Kalimantan in Borneo;  2) Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas partners U.S. Coalition and SustainChain , to work with suppliers to seek safer alternatives and address the rootContinue reading “Podcast: Latest developments from Southeast Asia – 4 May 2021”

Podcast: Latest developments from Southeast Asia – 2 May 2021

In this podcast, I shared about:1) Esports Technologies releases betting platform Gogawi.com in Thailand;  2) How women in Cambodia’s floating villages are adapting to climate change;  3) Nestlé Philippines targets zero GHG emissions by 2050 and embarks on Plastic Neutrality; and  4) Indonesia’s halal industry gains momentum amid pandemic I invite you to follow me if you are interested in theContinue reading “Podcast: Latest developments from Southeast Asia – 2 May 2021”

Podcast: Latest developments from Southeast Asia – 1 May 2021

1) Kinesis Money is working with Allocated Bullion Exchange – ABX and @PT Bullion Ecosystem International to build gold-based blockchain system in Indonesia;  2) The Digital Council of Thailand (DCT) is working with 36 leading tech organisations (including Microsoft, Huawei, Oracle, Ericsson, Amazon Web Services (AWS), etc) and the Medical Council of Thailand (TMC) to provide digital technology for field hospitals treating Covid-19 patients; Continue reading “Podcast: Latest developments from Southeast Asia – 1 May 2021”

Samsung made a remote control from renewable plastic and powered by photovoltaic energy, and also created TV boxes that can be repurpose into small furnitures. #sustainability #esg #hanjun

Via Samsung Newsroom LONDON, UK – April 28, 2021 – Did you know that globally more than 50 million[1] tons of electronics that are thrown away each year and only a mere 17 percent is eventually recycled? Most of this ‘e-waste’ ends up polluting the environment by sitting in landfills or being incinerated. With annual e-waste expectedContinue reading “Samsung made a remote control from renewable plastic and powered by photovoltaic energy, and also created TV boxes that can be repurpose into small furnitures. #sustainability #esg #hanjun”

Podcast: Latest developments on sustainability matters from Southeast Asia – 30 April 2021

In this podcast, I shared about: 1) PT Jakarta Setiabudi Internasional Tbk and Swire Properties integrating an AI-backed smart home system developed by Habitap, at their latest joint venture project – Savyavasa, a luxury residential development in Indonesia;  2) BlueNalu Signs MOUs with Mitsubishi Corporation and Thai Union Group PCL. to accelerate market development strategyContinue reading “Podcast: Latest developments on sustainability matters from Southeast Asia – 30 April 2021”

Podcast: Latest developments on sustainability matters from Southeast Asia – 29 April 2021

In this podcast, I shared about: 1) Foreign investors eyeing businesses in Thailand as hotels face closure during new outbreak. Bodega Hostel Group bought out by Collective Hospitality Limited;  2) USAID helps Vietnam’s climate change fight with two new conservation and forest management projects, assisted by DAI Global and the World Wildlife Fund;  3) McDonald’s Philippines eyes 30 new stores for 2021 andContinue reading “Podcast: Latest developments on sustainability matters from Southeast Asia – 29 April 2021”

Podcast: Latest developments on sustainability matters from Southeast Asia – 28 April 2021

In this podcast, I shared about: 1) Mondelēz International‘s sustainability efforts in reducing plastic waste in Philippines and also its involvement with the Philippine Alliance for Recycling and Materials Sustainability (PARMS) and their strategy to reduce waste. 2) How 7ECO is integrating digital transformation into Vietnam’s agriculture sector and developing smart agricultural projects. 3) Timberland, a VF Company toContinue reading “Podcast: Latest developments on sustainability matters from Southeast Asia – 28 April 2021”

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