Komal Nathani

Komal Nathani

Former Correspondent, Entrepreneur Asia Pacific

A firm believer of hard work and patience. Love to cover stories that hold a potential to change the momentum of business world. Currently, a part of all-women web team of Entrepreneur’s Asia Pacific edition to jig the wheel of business journalism!

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Will the Traditional Market Reinvent itself in order to Compete with OTT?

The major reasons of the OTT business growth include the increasing penetration of smartphones, with digital viewership beating the TV viewership.

Grandma's Recipe: Secrets of a Chef to becoming an Entrepreneur

French chef Julien Royer, founder of Asia's top restaurant Odette, credits his grandmother for showing him the path to success

Together, In Profit and In Loss

We talk to three founders to know how their co-founders complement them

How Unicorns Are Helping MSMEs to Spread Business

In the last two years, powerhouses like Go-Jek and Grab have launched digital entrepreneurship workshops for MSMEs. What's the catch?

Asia's Top Rated Chef Was Inspired by his Grandmother to Start Entrepreneurial Journey

French chef Julien Royer, founder of Singapore-based restaurant Odette, has named his eatery after her

This is How Indonesia's First Sharia-fintech Company Closed its Pre-seed Funding

Alami, a marketplace for Islamic financing, has secured funding in a round led by Singapore's Tryb Group

Why this Global Company wants to Help Healthtech Startups in Singapore

BlueChilli will launch a healthtech accelerator to spur innovation and build startups

When Rainbow Physics Meets Self-driving Cars

Australian startup Baraja is disrupting the autonomous vehicle industry with its innovative LiDAR technology

Why this Nasdaq-listed Company Wants to Strengthen the Singaporean Startup Ecosystem

The company is looking to create up to 20 deep tech ventures in Singapore over the next five years

Why Asia's Venture Capital Funding Nosedived in Q1

A report marks a signification drop in global funding by 22 per cent to $52 billion, while deal activity fell by 5 per cent to 3,327 transactions

Australia's Largest Beverage Company Scouts for Startups with X Factor in Indonesia

Coca Cola Amatil aims to leverage local startups and build entrepreneurial capability in the ecosystem

These Five APAC Cities are Favorites for Office Space

Strong technical and innovation recourses, preferential incentive policies as well as clustering of famous universities are driving strong demand from the tech sector

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