Vaishali Neotia is CEO of Merxius, an Indian virtual reality startup. Ashwini Asokan leads an AI and computer vision firm called Mad Street Den. Nivruti Rai – whose parents received messages of sympathy because she was not a boy and neither were her two older sisters – is today head of Intel India.
When you hear the word ‘millennial’ what springs to mind? A generation of entitled, self-centred, unhappy moaners? That’s what Scorpio Partnership, a research and strategy consultancy to the global wealth sector, suggests the media has portrayed them (full disclosure: us) as.
The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre has revised its arbitration rules. The new rules come into force on 1 November 2018.
New Year’s Eve in Hong Kong is always a spectacular affair with fireworks lighting up Victoria Harbour. This year, there will be investment pyrotechnics to cheer too: an overhaul in market listing rules has sparked an extraordinary run of initial public offerings and put Hong Kong on course to finish 2018 as the world’s biggest IPO market.
HM Land Registry has announced it is partnering with UK software company Methods, who will utilise R3’s blockchain platform (distributed ledger technology), Corda, for the second phase of HM Land Registry’s groundbreaking research and development project, Digital Street.
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Arbitration in India has long been dominated by ad hoc processes. The lower house of the Indian Parliament has now passed two Bills which are intended to create a significant shift towards institutional arbitration. They should mark the next major phase of development of arbitration in India.
Shadowfax is an Indian startup named after a horse in the Lord of the Rings that possesses fabulous speed. For India’s galloping economy – projected to surge 7.5 per cent this fiscal year – the Bengaluru-based company is a leading player in an explosive growth sector: logistics.
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From the western tip of Sumatra to the eastern island of Sulawesi, the green motorbikes criss-cross cities over Indonesia’s sprawling archipelago. Go-Jek, the first tech unicorn in a nation of 260 million, has transformed Indonesian life with its motorbike ride-hailing and delivery services. It represents freedom for millions of Indonesians in a country with poor
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