Chu Tzu Ming
ICT veteran believes that everyone should learn to work for him or herself and not depend on others for a living Spends time helping next generation of startups via Founder Institute Kuala Lumpur
Application deadline on March 2, test fee waived for early birds applying before Feb 9 Series of recruitment and information-sharing events taking place Jan 20-Feb 24
The the Founder Institute has opened up applications for its second semester in Kuala Lumpur that will kick off in the first quarter of 2014, and its CEO Adeo Ressi said he would personally fund one or two startups from the programme.
MDeC has announced a partnership with the Founder Institute in a bid to boost the startup ecosystem here.
The Founder Institute CEO Adeo Ressi wants to see every startup ecosystem in the world having consistent practices, and believes Malaysia is a hotspot for entrepreneurship that promises to have a global influence.
Founder Institute KL co-director and mentor Chu Tzu Ming offers some tips on how to navigate the murky and dangerous Malaysian waters of investor interest and negotiations.
The first Founder Institute boot camp attracted close to 100 participants, where the accelerator said its selection would be made based on founders having right set of aptitudes and character traits, not the strength of their ideas.