Dzuleira Abu Bakar
Malaysian Science, Technology, Innovation minister puts his faith in Dzuleira Abu Bakar Must back her up to the hilt, 24x7 as she tackles biggest challenge of her career
The Malaysian Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation will restructure two agencies into an entity aimed at accelerating commercialisation of tech and innovation.
Covid-19 has tremendous impact on the startup scene, but a combination of foresight, planning and learning the right lessons has allowed both MaGIC and startups to remain resilient and adaptive in such uncertain times.
Faced with the challenge of adapting the Global Accelerator Programme to a global pandemic, the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre found that if they have to help startups transform to survive a pandemic, they too have to evolve.
39 global startups graduate from flagship accelerator programme Ultimate goal transform startups into industry leaders that build sustainable firms
The SIM Grant, which is part of the Malaysian government’s PENJANA economic recovery plan, has disbursed its first funds to five SEs in the country.
MaGIC CEO: Ensured that quality and relevance of content was our top priority Key to ask crazy questions because before a breakthrough comes the crazy idea
Part of PENJANA, the NTIS is more than just an opportunity for tech startups to gain necessary funding to survive the longstanding effects of the pandemic, but to also build innovation and an ecosystem to help the country.
A joint partnership between these three Ms is set to empower local startups and strengthen Malaysia’s startup ecosystems through workshops, webinars, mentorship.
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