Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre recently had their monthly Grill N Chill session at their Cyberjaya headquarters. 5 startups presented their 5 minute pitches followed by a 5 minute ‘grilling’ session with the invited Grillers.
The most recent one had two Grillers, Shahril Shaik Hussain, CEO of Myventures Solution and Ang Kok Seong, co-founder of Helpr.
The session went on for about an hour and by the end of it, I noticed that there were some intense questions being asked. It’s understandable considering it was a grilling session but it seemed that some of the startups attending were left a little taken...
SINGAPORE (Dec 19): Many leading Asian companies’ boards are still reluctant to move out of their comfort zone when appointing non-executive directors, according to Heidrick & Struggles’ latest Board Monitor Asia Pacific report.
Although there have been recent news that more women have been appointed to boardroom positions, but drawing on data collected from companies listed on the ASX 200, Hang Seng Index (HSI), NZX 50 and Straits Times Index (STI), the report suggests that there is still some way to go to achieving boardroom diversity.