It was not the dominant Digital Economy focused budget that some had hoped for, but there was still enough in the Malaysian Budget of 2018 to keep the nation on track towards becoming a winner in the increasingly digital world.
Cradle moves to keep itself relevant, aiming to catalyse soft cultural aspects of the ecosystem.
Cradle’s CIP300 is both a weaning off product for entrepreneurs and one which offers them greater value.
1337 Ventures sees increasing interest from VCs, angels in its Alpha Startups programme with angels from 123RF, Google Japan and Seek Asia co-investing in recent batch.
DNA continues its weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy, from Digerati50 Vol 2. This week, EasyUni’s Edwin Tay shares his insights on valuations and mentors.
Cradle Fund has grown its co-investment programme fund size to RM107.2 million (US$25.11 million) after tying up with four additional partners: Senior Marketing System Asia, East Ventures SEA 2, MOC Capital and Qeerad Holdings.
Industry players DNA spoke to share some of the pros and cons of the consultative paper Securities Commission Malaysia has put up for industry feedback on the impending launch of Malaysia’s equity crowdfunding platform.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh shares some of his thoughts from last Wednesday’s Disrupt session, and wonders if the Digerati50 can help entrepreneurs deal with their psychological stress.
Malaysians hope to benefit from impending Series A crunch in US To acquire stakes in promising US startups, match them in Malaysia
Lee Ching Wei, cofounder of 18-month-old financial services comparison startup iMoney which last week announced it had raised US$2 million in its Series A round, speaks to DNA founder Karamjit Singh.