Investments set to bolster innovation in Malaysia's digital economy Six to receive US$100k each, 7th will receive strategic investment
Eight of Indonesia’s best seed stage startups will compete to represent the country at the Seedstars Summit and win up to US$1 million in equity investment.
The first Pitch@Palace Malaysia was held with the support of AirAsia founder and chief executive officer Tony Fernandes, who already sees himself and AirAsia investing in some of the 14 startups that pitched.
Dispelling the widely held belief that single-founder startups cannot be successful, Benson Chang of Tableapp overcame the exit of his cofounder and over the past three years has been steadily building his restaurant reservation platform from strength to strength, writes Renuka Sena.
There is no conceivable way investors can deeply, thoughtfully, and critically analyse every pitch they receive or hear – which is why it is important that entrepreneurs convey the right kind of signals, writes Justin Hall.
Having a great idea isn’t enough, you also need to understand what your potential investors need to know about your startup; most importantly, you need to validate your idea.
Pitching isn’t easy, especially when the startup itself isn’t clear about its own unique selling proposition.
The upcoming Malaysian Business Angels Network Summit 2015 will give a sense of how the angel investor movement is growing – or not – in Malaysia.
Pitch your startup and ideas to get feedback and exposure Reaching out to startups in SEA a key focus, but also a challenge
Seedstars World (SSW), initiated by venture firm Seedstars SA, will make its debut in Malaysia on Sept 9 as part of its journey to emerging markets and fast-growing startup ecosystems.