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Malaysia Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (MVCA) hopes its 'Startup Support Squad' will help bring more knowledge and value to local businesses and attract oversea opportunities into the country.
Direct-to-consumer (D2C) brands, while not new, have begun sprouting in Southeast Asia with methods and models that uniquely cater to the consumers in the region.
“Those with the most evidence of progress and market potential ultimately get the most interest,” said managing partner Khailee Ng
Signals one of the first public and private collaboration under the new administration Fund will be broader and more sector-agnostic, no sin companies to be considered
Support will help the startup consolidate its market position in Malaysia.
Goal is to make healthier food products more accessible and affordable in Malaysia and Southeast Asia.
The investment will help drive and scale HealthMetrics’ growth and expansion in Malaysia.
Despite a slow investing environment, Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd commits another US$3.26 million to its latest batch of co-investment partners.