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When Japanese messaging app Line found itself shut out of China, it it started banking on plush toys and other merchandise.
From app stickers to marketing campaigns, Line Corp's emphasis on localization is a key contributor to the Japanese company's business strategy, says CEO Takeshi Idezawa.
One Indonesian fashion designer has been gaining international kudos for his avant-garde designs which have been worn by Kim Kardashian and Lady Gaga.
Warren Liu, CEO of Saverio & Liu, talks to CNBC about the fashion brand's "Hunger Games" fan base and its target customer segment in the U.S.
"Managing Asia" speaks with designer Tex Saverio, whose bold designs have caught the attention of celebrities including Kim Kardashian and Lady Gaga.
Love With Food founder Aihui Ong shares how spotting a gap in America's artisanal food market sparked off her snack box subscription business.
Healthier niche foods have taken off in recent years and Love With Food is one U.S-based start-up that's using a subscription model to ride the wave.
Aihui Ong, Love with Food founder, tells CNBC about how she overcame the challenges of starting a business as a solo founder.
Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst shares why he decided to lead the open source software firm and how it's powering ahead to compete with the big players.
Concerns over China’s economic slowdown is not keeping Red Hat away, as the open source software major plans to spend big in the mainland.
Jim Whitehurst, president and CEO of Red Hat, speaks to Managing Asia about its partnership opportunity with rival Microsoft.
Shinta Widjaja Kamdani shares with CNBC how she became the Sintesa CEO and the initial struggle of restructuring the entire Indonesian conglomerate.
Sintesa Group is aiming to be a leader in green energy as Indonesia steps up efforts to enhance its electricity generation capacity.
PTT's CEO Tevin Vongvanich shares with Managing Asia how he intends on leading the Thai company through this difficult oil patch.
Thailand's state-owned oil and gas producer PTT is scouting for acquisitions as valuations have cheapened, according to its chief executive.
Tevin Vongvanich, president and CEO of PTT, says the firm has to rethink its strategy now that oil markets are in a different environment.
Starting an upmarket clothing line for children is a gamble not many fashion designers take but for French designer Stéphanie Lemaire, it paid off.
Chateau de sable's Stephanie Lemaire speaks to CNBC about the business of children fashion in Managing Asia's SME Series.
Alexis Horowitz-Burdick carved out a successful niche in the world of start-ups and attracted the eye of French luxury goods giant LVMH.
Luxola's founder Alexis Horrowitz-Burdick shares her success story with the beauty and makeup start-up which LVMH later acquired.
Friday, 28 April 2016
Anchor Christine Tan
Keen sailor Mike Simpson has gone from skipper to Asia's largest yacht broker. Christine Tan caught up with the founder of Simpson Marine at the Singapore Yacht Show, to find out how a hobby turned into a full-fledged business that sold more than 2,000 yachts over 30 years.
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