DNA Disrupt: Bricks-and-Clicks

When: Wed, August 20, 5pm – 7pm, 2014
Where: SME Corp, Sentral, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Admission: Free Sold Out
Info: Article | Registration | Venue [approximate]

About 72% of SMEs say they are not considering having a website in the next six months. Among the reasons they cite are cost, lack of expertise in managing a website, and the company being too small to need a website.

This is where retail-focused startups come into the picture, aiming to help brick-and-mortar retailers to seize some of the opportunities that are becoming available today. Will entrepreneurs today be able to convince their SME customers?

This is the topic of discussion for this month’s Disrupt discussion with panelists:
The monthly DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel discussion and networking session is jointly organised by Digital News Asia (DNA) and the Technopreneurs Association of Malaysia (TeAM), with the Malaysian Business Angels Network as the supporting presenter.

Ebizu Manis Customers. Photo: ebizu.com. Clockwise from top left: 
The Gastro Project, Potosan Corner, Marmalade Cafe, Happy Fat Cat