Raya in the time of coronavirus

Firstly, sorry for the lack of originality on the title. I just had to reuse the same title used by the guys at The Malaysian Insight. This year will be the first year I’ll be celebrating in KL without going back to my hometown in Kedah. Anyway, messages of colourful gifs and images started flooding […]

Can Lexub win lawyers with its legal templates marketplace?

Legal templates marketplace is not a new idea. In Malaysia we’ve seen several variations like BurgieLaw, and LawCanvas (now no more) where the platform lets small companies mostly tech companies and startup buy contracts off the rack for their business needs. So when I got to know about Lexub several months ago from Daniel Lui, […]

JomHack partnership

I’m happy to announce that Izwan & Partners is coming on board as one of the partners for the upcoming hackathon hosted by JomHack. JomHack is a leading hackathon organiser in Malaysia over the last few years. This year, JomHack is hosting HACK2HELP to look into new technologies that we can use in a post-Covid-19 […]

I spoke to Tech This Way on being a startup lawyer

This is a bit of a late post but I’d like to share a recent interview I had with Amran Hassan, the guy behind Tech This Way, a new podcast in town Amran is a well-respected technology leader himself. He is currently the head of strategy and innovation leader at Maybank, a major local bank […]

Technology Startups Funding Relief Facility Simplified

Dubbed as Technology Startups Funding Relief Facility (TSFRF), the government yesterday announced that RM100 mil has been allocated to Malaysia Debt Ventures Bhd (MDV) help technology startups affected by the Covid-19 crisis. A copy of the full speech of the announcement by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) Minister Khairy Jamaluddin can be […]

#kitajagakita is bringing heartwarming Malaysians together

Kitajagakita is a local campaign to help people buy food and groceries affected by Covid-19

The #KitaJagaKita hashtag has been viral for the last several months since the government announced the lockdown to get everyone to stay at home to flatten the curve. Malaysians, regardless of races or religions are coming together to help other affected Malaysian as there are so many people affected by the lockdown especially the day […]

Will we see more people getting used to working from home in Malaysia?

Working from home is dubbed to be the new norm in Malaysia

Looks like workers need to get used to working from home as the Malaysian government further confirmed today that they are extending the current two weeks movement restriction will until the mid-April next month. I am quite lucky as I do have some experience working from home as this is what I’ve been doing work […]

Food delivery services missing a good opportunity to be good

Food delivery services are charging high excessive fees to F&B

I read this news today about how food delivery services are charging service charge of between 20-30% fee from every food delivered. The Indian Muslim restaurant Owners Association is now asking for the food delivery services to reduce their service charges. They are saying that if they continue charging this high, they worry that they […]