13 category winners at Malaysia Rice Bowl Conference & National Awards 5th year to empower ASEAN Economic Community to power up local economies
The awards received 160 submissions and opened 17 categories this year.
Besides awarding new startups and founders, milestones and key people in the Malaysian tech industry over the past two decades were highlighted and celebrated.
Grab – originally founded in Malaysia as MyTeksi, but now incorporated in Singapore – was the biggest winner at the Malaysian leg of Rice Bowl Startup Awards 2016, bagging three out of 11 categories.
Ashran Ghazi, a familiar name in the Malaysian entrepreneurial ecosystem, is set to take the hot seat at MaGIC, writes Karamjit Singh. Can he keep the tech momentum going while reaching out to non-tech startups?
Malaysian hyperlocal delivery startup NeonRunner walked away with the grand prize at the inaugural Rice Bowl Startup Awards, held in conjunction with 1Asean Entrepreneurship Summit in KL recently.
Malaysia’s Ministry of Finance has kicked off the inaugural Rice Bowl Startup Awards, which will recognise breakout startups in the Asean (the Association of South-East Asian Nations) region that harness digital technology.
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) has officially launched the MSC Malaysia for Startups programme to facilitate and accelerate local startups in obtaining MSC Malaysia status.
Govt and state tech jobs reserved for bumiputera firms, various initiatives to support them Odds actually stacked against true bumiputera entrepreneurs, especially in private sector
A new initiative to upgrade Malay or bumiputera entrepreneurs in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector is in danger of being hijacked by Malaysia’s race-based preference policies.