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BFM BUSINESS PARTENAIRE - L'émission qui accompagne les entreprises dans leur transition numérique. Mettez-vous à l'heure du digital avec Frédéric Simottel, pour débattre autour de l'actualité numérique : cloud, drones, objets connectés, big data, etc. Le patron du XXIème siècle ne doit plus, ne peut plus ignorer les derniers développements en matière de technologies.
 
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Ever since the start of the pandemic, live events and performances have taken a huge hit. This includes the comedy scene. So how have comedy clubs pivoted in order to weather the crisis? We take a look at the business of comedy with Rizal van Geyzel, co-founder of one of the country’s longest-running full-time comedy clubs. Image credit: Shuttersto…
 
How has the media market in Malaysia managed and survived Covid? Will new entrants like Disney+ / Netflix add further to the disruption? Who has sufficiently evolved their business to weather the rapid changes in advertising expenditure trends? Pritika Modhgil from ‎Kenanga Investment Bank provides the answers. Image credit: Bank Phrom on Unsplash…
 
With work from home themes the big winner last year, will this trend continue in 2021? And with the 5G rollout expected to intensify over the next few years, how can one profit? Sammeer Sharma, Managing Director and Head of Wealth Management at Standard Chartered Malaysia helps us make sense of the options. Image Credit: metamorworks | Shutterstock…
 
Samedi 17 avril, Frédéric Simottel a reçu Matthias Loré, directeur des opérations Paris 2024 pour Cisco ; Henri d'Agrain, délégué général du Cigref ; Frédéric Doumenc, président et fondateur d'Opteamis ; David Cairoche, responsable des achats du Groupe Barrière ; Erwan Lestrohan, directeur d'études chez Odoxa ; Marie-Pierre Lorsignol, directrice R&…
 
President Joe Biden is looking to plug the gap in semiconductor production in the US while China is likewise aiming for self-sufficiency. The trade war is a tech war. Abishur Prakash, Geopolitical Futurist at the Center for Innovating the Future discusses the dynamics of the semiconductor industry and how Southeast Asian countries should navigate b…
 
Yesterday, we learned that the Federal government will return the administration of two islands, Sipadan and Ligitan, to Sabah, while also giving Sarawak full control of its gas distribution. Are substantial steps towards MA63 or just cosmetic? We speak to Dr. Firdausi Suffian, Senior Lecturer in Public Policy at UiTM Sabah, to find out, and get th…
 
The tender for the MRT3 Circle Line is expected to be opened by August, this year. The ultimate cost of the project is as yet unclear, but reports have emerged that MRT Corp is also considering a private funding arrangement of around 10-30%. We speak to Pankaj C. Kumar, Financial market columnist and a former chief investment officer, about the fea…
 
Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin reportedly said that federal government doesn’t have much money left after spending for budget and stimulus packages. Did we really spend 600 billion ringgit? We look into this matter with Sri Murniati Yusuf, Research Manager from Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs. Image credit: MUHAMMAD IZZAT TER…
 
The Philippines continues to report a new wave of Covid 19 cases while vaccination rollout has been slow to take off. Cleve Arguelles, doctorate candidate at the Department of Political and Social Change, Australian National University discusses the difficulties in fighting the pandemic, and the government’s response. Image Credit:EPA-EFE…
 
Last week, we learned that Celcom and Digi are headed for a merger which would result in Malaysia’s largest telco provider, but as with any M&A deal, the question is: what are the synergies? And what will this deal mean for the rest of the sector? The Morning Run speaks to Tan J Young, Senior Analyst withHong Leong Investment Bank, to find out. Ima…
 
As the world's largest vaccination campaign gets underway, it has become apparent that progress across different countries is uneven, to say the least. Some reports suggest wealthier nations will be vaccinated as much as 25 times faster than poorer ones. We speak to X for more insight into the pace and trajectory of the current rollouts, and the ec…
 
Malaysia's Welfare Department celebrated its 75th Anniversary this week with several policy measures to strengthen its services. We speak to Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Norma Mansor, Director of Social Wellbeing Research Centre of Universiti Malaya for her thoughts on our social protection landscape, and what the system needs to survive another 75 …
 
The underrepresentation of women in parliament and state legislative assemblies is a long-standing issue, with quotas typically proposed to raise participation. However, some parties are sceptical of the quota system and its efficacy, so we ask Danesh Prakash Chacko, Director of Tindak Malaysia about other options available to empower women to be m…
 
A recorded telephone conversation, purportedly between Umno president Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has gone viral, causing controversy. Both men have denied suggestions from the audio that Umno and PKR are working together, but is this yet another nail in the coffin of Zahid's leadership of Umno? We speak…
 
Ce samedi 10 avril, Frédéric Simottel a reçu Romain Soubeyran, directeur général de CentraleSupélec ; Alain Bouillé, délégué général du Cesin ; Laurent Besset, directeur Cyberdéfense de I-Tracing ; Jean-Christophe Morisseau, directeur général de Red Hat France ; Stéphane Rousseau, directeur des systèmes d'information chez Eiffage et Jonathan Foureu…
 
Once upon a time, Southeast Asia was one of the most promising regions in the world for economic growth. But that was a pandemic ago. With Covid-19 vaccination rollouts happening across the world and vastly different economic responses seen even within our neighbouring countries, we speak to Joseph Incalcaterra, HSBC's Chief Economist for ASEAN, ab…
 
The water pollution incidents of 2019 and 2020 have shone a spotlight on the inadequacies of the legal framework for environmental crimes. Environmentalists and policy commentators have long-called for an overhaul of the Environmental Quality Act 1974, the cornerstone of Malaysia’s environmental conservation policy. How should the law be updated to…
 
To date, Brazil has recorded more than 13 million Covid-19 cases, recently breaking a tragic new record with 4,000 Covid-related deaths recorded in one day. President Jair Bolsonaro's administration has been heavily criticised for mishandling the pandemic, and plunging the country into an economic sinkhole from which recovery seems difficult. We sp…
 
As our administrative capital, Putrajaya is a beautiful, sprawling metropolis- but it lacks the bustling economy of Kuala Lumpur. Now, Federal Territories Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa has said that Putrajaya will be developed into an international recreational city over the next 25 years, with reports surfacing of proposals for 'glamping' and a Saf…
 
Why is Parti Warisan Sabah disassociating itself from the Pakatan Harapan Plus coalition? The Morning Run speaks with Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal, Warisan's President, to find out. We asked him about potential partnerships with Syed Saddiq and MUDA, Warisan's relationship with PH, and whether he want to be Prime Minister. Image credit: Dolly MJ _ Shutt…
 
The Basel Convention came into force in January this year, aimed at governing the trade of plastic waste to prevent developing countries from becoming dumping grounds. Dr. Agamutu Pariatamby, Professor at the Jeffrey Sachs Center on Sustainable Development, Sunway University discusses his concerns about allowing plastic waste imports, and opportuni…
 
Due to the pandemic and ensuing economic downturn, salaries stagnated and fresh graduates struggled to get employed. To assure fresh graduates, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamad says that they can expect a higher starting salary by the middle of this year. Dr Juita Mohamad, Fellow at Institute of Strategic and …
 
Foreign Minister Dato’ Seri Hishammudin Hussein courted controversy during his recent visit to China, when he referred to his counterpart Wang Yi as an “elder brother.” Despite the apparent faux pas, there were several notable outcomes from the visit, including the establishment of a high-level committee for post-Covid-19 cooperation. We discuss th…
 
After the breakup of Umno and Bersatu, other political entities like Gabungan Parti Sarawak have become increasingly important, if Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin's Perikatan Nasional coalition hopes to stay in power. After a two-day working visit to Sarawak, the prime minister emphasised what Sarawak had to gain from working with the federal government, …
 
As part of its annual report released last week, Bank Negara Malaysia included a special commentary to explain the role of international reserves. Khoon Goh, Head of Asia Research at ANZ Bank believes Malaysia could be maintaining a higher level of reserves, and gives his outlook and assumptions for the Ringgit. Image Credit: Shutterstock.com…
 
Samedi 3 avril, Frédéric Simottel a reçu Benoit Ranini, président de TNP ; Brice Faure, directeur général Europe du Sud chez Anaplan ; Mung Ki Woo, consultant en transformation numérique de BPCE, Mastercard et Orange ; Adrien Gendre, directeur associé de Vade Secure ; Charles de Gastines, CEO de PayLead ; Stanislas Nowicki, directeur associé au BCG…
 
Unsold homes remain at worrisome levels, a situation rife with implications for listed property developers. Loong Kok Wen, Regional Head of Property, RHB Research, discusses. Image Credit: Shutterstock.com Unsold homes remain at worrisome levels, a situation rife with implications for listed property developers. Loong Kok Wen, Regional Head of Prop…
 
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