Renuka Sena, founder of Proficeo Consultants and the main force behind the Coach & Grow Programme (CGP), speaks about the programme’s impact and the emerging powerful ecosystem it is creating with the ‘Pay It Forward’ mentality as a cornerstone.
Cradle CEO Nazrin Hassan shares his thoughts on the strengthening ecosystem in Malaysia, while wishing that more entrepreneurs had the burning desire to succeed.
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.
Proficeo, the programme manager for Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd’s Coach and Grow Programme (CGP), hopes that the next intake will include greater participation from companies in the ‘growth and global’ stages.
Digital News Asia (DNA) continues a weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy. These articles are from Digerati50, a special print publication released in January 2014. For information on customised reprints of Digerati50, email [email protected]
Malaysians have every reason to be proud of local startups and technology entrepreneurs as many of them are doing a great job locally and internationally, according to Proficeo Consultants Sdn Bhd.
The Coach and Grow Programme (CGP), a technopreneur training programme targeting pre-seed, growth stage and global companies, has received the go-ahead for its third instalment (CGP3) with a further US$1.2-million allocation.
The panellists at DNA-TeAM Disrupt rejoiced at the prospect of more funds flowing into the ecosystem next year, but lamented the fact that many investors still ask ‘template questions.’
Tech ecosystem becoming more open towards those who tried Society at large too shows greater respect for entrepreneurship