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Hungry in Penang? Then DeliverEat
DeliverEat has a mission to make mealtimes less of a hassle for community in Penang Eyes expansion to other states in the country and eventually, South-East Asia EVER got back home from a hard day at work only to realise that you need to figure out what to do about dinner?  
DeliverEat acquires ChopChop, shores up northern frontier
Penang-based startup DeliverEat has acquired mobile loyalty platform ChopChop from parent company GetChopChop, in line with plans to expand its business and fortify market share in the northern state.
ChopChop hopes to make a dent, and more
Aaron Hee and his mates started ChopChop with a simple idea: Using the mobile phone to create a loyalty program. But it can be a powerful value proposition for merchants, most of whom will admit that they have no clue who their customers are, and even worse, who their best customers are and how to build a relationship with them.
Giving our own start-ups a fair shake
Our Gabey Goh argues that it’s time for Malaysians to support local start-ups, or we might just lag on innovation.
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