A panel discussion at the KL Startup Summit highlights the gaps and goals of the Malaysian startup ecosystem.
Adopt aggressive, rolling 18 month plans to achieve big wins Govt does not have to do this alone anymore, there is talent
Successful exit now followed with active role in Malaysia’s startup ecosystem Credits MDEC & Cradle Fund for critical support during entrepreneurial journey
Cradle’s US$6.1mil grant eagerly awaited & deep tech programs from MaGIC Ecosystem players urge for focus on Recovery phase as well, offer to assist
Proposal for 200 startups to receive US$700k funding each within 12 months Future of startup ecosystem & Malaysian economy is forever changed by Covid-19
Increase funding for venture debt under MDV with aggressive 1:1 matching ratio Not the time to take foot off the gas, rather, need to put pedal to the metal
Focus on helping companies in cohort secure investments & strategic partnerships Come April, 10 companies cohort will receive an investment of US$48,273 each from
Responding to an article by The Malaysian Reserve about Malaysian startups preferring to list in Australia's ASX market, Aaron Sarma highlights the advantages of Malaysia as a startup base.
Aaron Sarma has joined MDEC on a short term contract with the intention of helping the agency deliver on the key National Digital Economy Plan.
While many other accelerators focus on early ideation, Dr V Sivapalan and Renuka Sena believe the need is great at the early commercialisation stage.