Cradle’s CIP300 is both a weaning off product for entrepreneurs and one which offers them greater value.
With five days to go before the close of their campaign, the minimum amount of RM720,000 reached and having set a new benchmark of 68 investors in Malaysia’s fledgling ECF market, the startup's founders are quietly confident.
The country’s great population and wide use of smartphones as well as thirst for content made it a viable option.
Breakthrough tech with international impact is needed to lift Malaysian entrepreneurs into the global arena, and the Global Entrepreneurship Movement aims to provide the support.
Taking it slow and steady, focusing on honing its execution capabilities has helped Penang-based Delivereat raise funding from the Gobi MAVCAP ASEAN Superseed Fund.
The dynamic Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah sits at the apex of enabling policy and funding for entrepreneurship in Malaysia.
Strong government support for entrepreneurship is pushing Malaysia’s digital economy in the right direction
Fintech and disruption to the taxi industry catch Karamjit Singh’s attention, who goes on to identify a trend to look out for.
The entire fintech ecosystem needs to return to Planet Earth, urges Karamjit Singh.
Despite emphasizing its ecosystem building role, the headlines were still about the combined US$550mil that Mavcap hopes to raise with its partners.