Gamification is the name of the game that CheQQme is playing to entice online users to go to offline locations.
Job search platform Wobb is on track for regional expansion following a few successful rounds of funding.
Malaysian tech company and online marketplace leverages proprietary tech to differentiate itself
From solving a personal pain point and building a product, to going for a listing, Yusno Yunos encourages entrepreneurs to just go for it, writes Renuka Sena.
Social startup Fruni Print wants to lower printing costs for university students – by leveraging off advertising.
Malaysian PR consultancy Intelectasia has been awarded a CIP 500 grant by Cradle Fund to expand its Supernewsroom to Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam.
Cradle Seed Ventures has announced its investment in Malaysian startup Involve Asia, in a co-investment deal with 500 Startups.
GiveReceipt, which describes itself as Asean’s first e-receipt platform and only launched three months ago, has been awarded an RM500,000 grant by Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd under the CIP 500 programme.
Digital retail solutions provider Ebizu Sdn Bhd said it has been awarded CIP 500 funding by Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd, the Malaysian Ministry of Finance non-profit that provides early-stage funding.
SecQ.me Sdn Bhd has cut the price of its Watch Over Me personal safety app from RM80 a year to RM36 for the full service, for those who download it before Jan 31, 2014.