Malaysia-Sweden collaborate to launch Digital Health Innovation Challenge aimed at finding healthtech solutions
Launched 15 January, the challenge invites Malaysia-registered startups to identify healthcare solutions, especially related to non-communicable diseases.
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.
11 Malaysian startups will join 68 other startups in the APAC region in a year-long mentorship program designed to help them scale and accelerate their growth
500 hours pledged by 30 mentors to serve 300 Sabahan entrepreneurs Aim to accelerate industries in Sabah through technology, innovation & creativity
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
The #BuyForImpact Movement helps SEs gain exposure, connect them to other corporates, and foster talent through cooperation – all the while inculcating conscious buying among consumers.
E-Nation 2020: Building nations in a post-Covid world requires tech, government, education, and empathy
At a panel titled “Reflect, Reset and Reform – Thriving in the New World”, speakers from Malaysia, France and the UK reflect on nation building following a crisis, and the roles in which education, government and technology plays in progress
A joint partnership between these three Ms is set to empower local startups and strengthen Malaysia’s startup ecosystems through workshops, webinars, mentorship.