Dzuleira Abu Bakar
Panelists share thoughts on access to opportunities, reshaping of policy and shifting workforce trends.
National Entrepreneurial Policy 2030 adds social entrepreneurship to MaGIC's mandate Vision to transform ideas, traditional business models to scaleable, high-growth ventures
Symposium to run from 30 October to 2 November 2019 at MaGIC Campus, Cyberjaya
There is a disconnect in communications between entrepreneurs and government agencies trying to help them.
An opportunity for startups to network with fellow entrepreneurs, connect to potential investors and listen to valuable speaker insights.
Universities and the world of work are there to build entrepreneurial foundations.
3rd year of programme considered one of the best in SEA, applications close May10 Over US$500k in benefits plus support and partnerships with top corporates
Has more than 15 years experience, including a decade in venture capital funding Has right operational, management & leadership skills to provide necessary stewardship
It has taken four months but the Malaysian Ministry of Entrepreneur Development (MED) has finally picked Dzuleira Abu Bakar who was running Cradle Seed Ventures as its new MaGIC CEO.
Collaborate to make policies more open, to encourage technology sharing Sees investors maturing, now looking at fundamental aspects of company instead of merely market share