MRANTI aims to foster growth of high-tech industries in Malaysia with its Global Accelerator Programme
Foster growth of high-tech industries that align with high-income ambitions Alumni urge cohort to take opportunity to build personal relationships with coaches
Collaboration geared at raising volume, growth velocity and value of the local startup industry
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.
The latest Cohort of MaGIC’s Global Accelerator Programme not only goes virtual, but will focus its curriculum on mentorship, agility and resilience.
The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted startups and businesses tremendously. Acknowledging the need for strong assistance, MaGIC’s Global Acceleration Programme 2020 Cohort 4 will be tailored to address potential future challenges
MaGIC has officially launched Cohort 3 of their GAP programme, this time with a more route-to-market approach
Total GMV increased 27% compared to 2017.
A total of 27 global startups will participate in second GAP with focus on strategies to expand into the Asean region.
Will help equip selected global startups with the skills, knowledge, and network to break into Asean and become investment-ready in four months.
Getting more regional corporates to partner with its Global Accelerator Programme will help MaGIC achieve its goal of strengthening Malaysia's position as the gateway to Southeast Asia.