In the middle of the battleground between startups and traditional companies, there is space for collaboration – if both parties can stop looking at each other as threats, that is.
Ashran Ghazi, a familiar name in the Malaysian entrepreneurial ecosystem, is set to take the hot seat at MaGIC, writes Karamjit Singh. Can he keep the tech momentum going while reaching out to non-tech startups?
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.
With its latest investment into Singapore’s Garena, the Malaysian Government’s VC arm Khazanah Nasional is making bets on late stage startups, writes Karamjit Singh.
Cradle CEO Nazrin Hassan shares his thoughts on the strengthening ecosystem in Malaysia, while wishing that more entrepreneurs had the burning desire to succeed.
Singapore makes clear the importance of technology and innovation in its Budget 2016, while SEA startups receive a US$15mil boost from the SuperSeed Fund.
Singapore’s national budget for 2016 had a slew of programmes and initiatives aimed at boosting technology adoption and supporting startups.
In his foreword to the book Startups to Scaleups, the Finance Ministry’s Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah shares his aspirations for Malaysia’s entrepreneur support programmes.
The Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) will announce its new CEO next month, according to chairman Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah.