An interesting week in the ecosystem with Malaysia still hurting from ‘losing’ Grab and 500 Startups actually makes an investment in a Brick & Mortar business model.
Five party public sector collaboration in Malaysia aims to create a more efficient funding and pitching platform.
The South Korean government in trying to attract startups globally to Seoul, is looking to leverage on the potential of Southeast Asia and East Asia.
Applications open through June 7 for all-expenses-paid acceleration programme, according to National IT Industry Promotion Agency of Korea.
Accepting that fintech is here to stay, Malaysia’s Bank Negara looks to the sandbox approach as a learning experience to adapt its regulations.
Analysts advise public sector CIOs to benchmark against top performers in other service industries.
Pre-launch global accelerator programme puts out a call for potential founders for its latest Malaysian cohort.
The growth trajectory for fintech is not as straightforward as it may appear to be at first sight.
ADAX wants to nurture Asean data startups, upskill SMEs.
Malaysian online marketplace solves a problem that nobody else identified.