Southeast Asia’s most valuable tech startup grows into a superapp by being fundamentally, a social enterprise.
Ministry of Entrepreneur Development launches accreditation guidelines for Social Enterprises.
It has taken four months but the Malaysian Ministry of Entrepreneur Development (MED) has finally picked Dzuleira Abu Bakar who was running Cradle Seed Ventures as its new MaGIC CEO.
If the business succeeds and becomes profitable then it can contribute back to its chosen beneficiaries.
Attendees at Digerati50 cocktail enjoy new connections made, especially with Minister of Communications and Multimedia Gobind Singh Deo.
Key sectors participants focused on included: agriculture, environment, healthcare, education, energy/sanitation.
A personal tragedy led to the creation of Malaysia’s largest online youth engagement platform, a social enterprise that is going places.
Co-founder Redza Shahid sets out to reduce food wastage in Malaysia by 7.5 tonnes over the next few years.
Building his own company and gaining traction has given Kal Joffres the ability and confidence to make bolder decisions, pursue the approaches he feels are the right ones.
Local boost for impactful startups stimulates greater ecosystem growth.