MaGIC

(DNA Top 10 in 2014) 500 Startups’ Khailee Ng steps down from MaGIC board
Entrepreneur and 500 Startups managing partner Khailee Ng (pic) has stepped down from the board of directors of the Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC).
(DNA Top 10 in 2014) MaGIC, the Malay language, and that ‘bumi thing’
The Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) has been coming under a bit of stick recently for programmes specifically catering to the country’s ‘bumiputera’ community. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, argues A. Asohan.
Week in Review: Asean startups, Malaysian companies want you
DNA founder Karamjit Singh is excited about the clear trend of Malaysian corporates partnering with accelerators across Asean to create value for startups and themselves. Maybank has partnered with 1337 Ventures and a clutch of corporates has partnered with the Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC).
MaGIC launches its Asean accelerator programme
The MaGIC Accelerator Programme has been launched, and an excited Cheryl Yeoh shares some thoughts with Karamjit Singh, especially about her hopes for how Demo Day could become a blue-chip event.
MaGIC seeks to replicate Chilean wizardry
MaGIC CEO Cheryl Yeoh sees potential for Malaysia positioning itself as a leader in the startup space in South-East Asia by launching Startup Malaysia, based on the Startup Chile model. Karamjit Singh has the story.
A little bit of culture and MaGIC at [email protected]
Wobb.my founder Derek Toh talks about his experience participating in MaGIC’s [email protected] programme, and what he learned about workplace culture.
MaGIC out to create an intangible via [email protected]
The Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) has just completed its first [email protected] programme. Karamjit Singh spoke to MaGIC CEO Cheryl Yeoh on the reasons behind the three-year initiative with Stanford University.
Week in Review: ‘Tis not the season to be jolly
Economic reality bites Internet companies, and the final DNA-TeAM Disrupt of 2014 advises entrepreneurs to raise their next round – fast.
Disrupt: Raise funds in 6mths, or it might be too late!
Entrepreneurs should go out to raise funds in the next six months as the window may soon close, with increasing signs of a possible global economic slowdown in the near-term.
Week in Review: Startups need to broaden their horizons
Too many startups in Malaysia pay very little attention to technological breakthroughs, but that may not necessarily be a bad thing, ponders A. Asohan.
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