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.
Prof Rajesh Nair draws on his own childhood and life experiences to come up with an entrepreneurship framework.
It just got easier for startups in Malaysia and Vietnam to expand into each other’s markets thanks to the MaGIC-SIHUB agreement.
Having been an entrepreneur before he sold his company, Andre Sequerah, has come up against the Trust Deficit and survived. Nine years on, he shares his thoughts.
With 22 corporate partners on board from the get go, MaGIC’s CER program to drive private sector involvement in Malaysia’s entrepreneurship development is off to a strong start.
Warren Tan of VLT plays his part to grow ecosystem via creating better access to people and opportunities to pollinate ideas.
Not convinced that the Global Entrepreneurship Movement (GEM) is really adding value, Karamjit Singh issues the NGO a challenge.
The dynamo behind Proficeo Consultants and Cradle’s CGP programme, Renuka Sena, used rejection as her motivator to power forward.
The dynamic Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah sits at the apex of enabling policy and funding for entrepreneurship in Malaysia.
Karamjit Singh hails Cradle’s Coach & Grow Programme as the outstanding C-level intervention programme for tech entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia.