Covid-19 the trigger for Poladrone’s funding, with demand going through the roof says founder Cheong Jin Xi
Wavemaker Partners was top preference as it knew space Poladrone was in Took in 4 strategic angels for regional market access, strengthening global supply chain
To scale operations, acquire talent and expand to Indonesia next Aims to be Southeast Asian leader for industrial drone solutions
In their recent webinar, Cyberview and their partners share on how the Cyberjaya New Masterplan can help drive the growth of the city into a global tech hub.
The rhinoceros beetle is a pest to oil palm plantations; Poladrone’s latest innovation utilises RTK positioning to monitor and provide spot spraying to keep them at bay.
Four years into building Poladrone, Cheong Jin Xi shares a key lesson learnt so far: “Having a strong peer support group to bounce ideas and opinions with, is extremely important. As we entrepreneurs are involved in the business every single day, it is easy to lose perspective and make wrong decisions,” he warns.
Cheong Jin Xi always wanted to start a company but just needed a working business model. He found it with drones.
26 startups from nine countries pitch solutions in the hopes of raising capital and growing their businesses.