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
MyBiz Solutions not only went up against global powerhouses like Oracle and SAP, it has been recognised in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant. Its CEO Cehong Yuk Wai speaks about the journey and his business philosophy.
When people see successful entrepreneurs, they don’t realise those dreams didn’t become reality overnight and that the path is riddled with potholes, obstacles and challenges that can throw you into despair and dejection, says Trunkbusters founder Arun Chandrashekar.
Renuka Sena of Proficeo talks about the Coach and Grow Programme and what’s different in the second year.
MDeC takes an interesting approach to help market its MSC Malaysia companies, while Cradle takes a back-to-basics approach to help strengthen its companies’ competitiveness, writes Karamjit Singh.
The Coach and Grow Program (CGP), an entrepreneur training program launched in July last year, celebrated its inaugural year on Nov 22 with a convocation ceremony for entrepreneurs who completed it.
Start-up Soft Space got RM2 million to kick off operations from media executive-turned-angel investor Datuk Vincent Lee in a very unusual way. Karamjit Singh has the story.