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Huawei to invest US$100M to support APAC startups

Huawei will be investing US$100 million in startup support, which will go towards its Spark Programme in the Asia Pacific region, aiming to build a sustainable startup ecosystem for the region over the next three years.

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Malaysian digital media group REV Asia renames to Catcha Digital

August 5, 2021

REV Asia has changed its name and logo to Catcha Digital. According to the company, this switch marks a new beginning and direction for Catcha Digital and embodies Catcha Group’s active participation within the company’s day-to-day operations. It is also in line with the Group’s goals to become a major player across all segments of digital businesses. Catcha Digital aims to accelerate its growth through expanding its digital operations, strategic digital investments and value-adding M&A.

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The Age of Agility: Expect the unexpected. Prepare to adapt.

August 5, 2021

LinkedIn’s B2B Technology Buying Survey – LATAM Report lays out a new and dynamic landscape in Latin America, delving deeper into five key trends for technology marketers.  Marketing technology in the Age of Agility Conclusion The global pandemic has accelerated conversations about technology usage. Technology buyers need to know they are maximizing value by investing in agile solutions that offer a long, term positive outcome. Only those who are responsive to change and willing to adapt will take full advantage of the Age of Agility.

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Snowflake Launches Media Cloud for Ad-Related Data Tasks

October 20, 2021

Cloud database Snowflake has launched the Media Data Cloud, a collection of advertising and customer data-related services that include first party identity resolution from Experian, data clean room from Habu, AI-based insights from DataRobot, privacy solutions from LTI, and Unified IS 2.0 and data activation from The Trade Desk.  What’s special is these can all execute within Snowflake.   Previously, users would have needed to export the data from Snowflake, process it, and re-import the results.

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