Covid-19 has tremendous impact on the startup scene, but a combination of foresight, planning and learning the right lessons has allowed both MaGIC and startups to remain resilient and adaptive in such uncertain times.
Faced with the challenge of adapting the Global Accelerator Programme to a global pandemic, the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre found that if they have to help startups transform to survive a pandemic, they too have to evolve.
Crisis brings best out of Joel Tay, Soft Space & Edward Law, SecureMetric Among advice: Do not play victim card, move to zero talent redundancy
The latest Cohort of MaGIC’s Global Accelerator Programme not only goes virtual, but will focus its curriculum on mentorship, agility and resilience.
SEtia Programme designed to catapult social innovation in Malaysia MaGIC & Standard Chartered partnership sees a further 5-month coaching
Gells all players cohesively into dynamic ecosystem with Pay-It-Forward mentality Successful track record over 9 years provides beacon of hope to build resilient strategies
To further deepen its efforts to create awareness about cyber security, CyberSecurity Malaysia ties up with NGO, Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation.
Accounting and business advisory firm Baker Tilly (Malaysia) said it has signed an MoU with SysArmy to launch integrated cybersecurity solutions aimed at helping Malaysian organisations in their early stages of cybercrime prevention.
The latest speaker to join the stellar cast at the What’s Next conference, Bobby Varanasi, contends that disruption isn’t about or because of technology, writes Karamjit Singh.
Governments in Asia are getting more nuanced in their approach to cloud computing, but need to be more strategic in their approach to cybersecurity, according to experts at a Microsoft-hosted cybersecurity briefing.