Invested an initial capital of US$30,000 in each of Batch 1’s six alumni startups.
The new entity offers a wider platform for startups in Central and Southeast Asia.
Competition will provide Malaysian talent an opportunity to connect with global talent from world’s leading startup hubs.
Southeast Asia’s most valuable tech startup grows into a superapp by being fundamentally, a social enterprise.
The first collaboration of its kind between a foreign Islamic bank and a local fintech startup.
Malaysia-headquartered startup makes finding golf buddies and setting up games easier.
The inaugural tech festival saw the country’s top digital economy players coming together, with new opportunities being formed.
Aims to boost Asia’s startup and investor ecosystem, accelerate the spirit of entrepreneurship in the region.
Looks to help Singaporeans monetise their belongings by being able to securely rent items out to its community of users.
Early-stage startups are developing next-generation solutions to tackle an increasingly treacherous cyber-crime landscape.