Tay Shan Li
Scaleup Malaysia gets to work with the announcement of its inaugural cohort of 20 companies from which it will pick 10 as promising scaleups.
While many other accelerators focus on early ideation, Dr V Sivapalan and Renuka Sena believe the need is great at the early commercialisation stage.
Malaysian online baby store has attracted 131 investors and raised RM1,574,400.
With five days to go before the close of their campaign, the minimum amount of RM720,000 reached and having set a new benchmark of 68 investors in Malaysia’s fledgling ECF market, the startup's founders are quietly confident.
Never stop learning, believe in yourself, work hard and stay positive urge Babydash founders, Lavinie Thiruchelvam and Tay Shan Li.
Malaysian e-commerce startup Babydash aims to raise RM2 million to help grow its product range and to enhance its marketing strategies.
A pain point they were experiencing led Lavinie Thiruchelvam and Tay Shan Li to launch e-commerce site babydash.com.my in 2011. Karamjit Singh has the story.