The Journey So Far
Digital Studio|August 2018

By surpassing competencies, in their quest to be at the top rung of the success ladder, these trailblazers turned perseverance, into success stories.

To adhere to the age-old adage of survival of the fittest is not an easy task, especially in the media and entertainment industry. Yet, there are organisations that have managed to sail through some turbulent situations, and emerged victorious, while also coming up with innovative business strategies and process.

So, what attributes do these successful organisations need to make a mark in this hyper-competitive market?

That is what Digital Studio finds out in the second edition of its annual ‘Journey So Far’ special feature. Once again, we take a look at leading manufacturers and channel partners, the business policies they adopted, and the investments they have made in products, people and practices to steadily grow over the years.

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