MaGIC Accelerator Programme
First cohort pitches to an audience of 100 potential investors on demo day.
MaGIC has kicked off the third batch of its four-month Accelerator Programme (MAP), with 75 participants chosen from a total of 824 applications.
Malaysia should follow the footsteps of countries like South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam and make social enterprises part of its national agenda, suggested an executive of the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC).
MaGIC recently held one of its largest demo days at its campus in Cyberjaya, where over 40 startups pitched their products and business ideas at about 300 investors, partners and other stakeholders.
The Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) has launched the second intake of its MaGIC Accelerator Programme, which it described as the largest accelerator programme in South-East Asia.
As MaGIC starts the process of selecting 50 startups from more than 700 entries for Cohort 2 of its MaGIC Accelerator Programme, its alumni from Cohort 1 have already been a great help, says executive director Johnathan Lee.
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The Demo Day for the pioneer batch of MaGIC’s MAP startups was a strong success, writes Karamjit Singh.
Malaysian startup hopes to ‘innovate’ the traditional florist business by improving the purchasing experience, with a ‘surprise’ factor.