Victor Chua

MVCA's ‘Startup Support Squad’ to provide advisory support in Malaysia
Malaysia Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (MVCA) hopes its 'Startup Support Squad' will help bring more knowledge and value to local businesses and attract oversea opportunities into the country.
Vynn Capital collaborates with Malaysian based BIB Insurance Brokers to Bridge Gap to underserved markets
Partnership will see better products & solutions in more cost efficient manner for customers Need to breakdown walls, think out of the box on how to leverage innovation and create
Innovation and What’s Next, themes for Southeast Asia Venture Capital & Private Equity Conference 2019
MVCA's annual, Southeast Asia Venture Capital & Private Equity Conference 2019 highlights the importance of companies riding on the Industrial Revolution 4.0 wave. 
Malaysia Tech Week 2019: No longer any laurels to sit on
Malaysian companies will need to step up in the 5G race, say VCs. 
New appointments to the Malaysian Venture Capital and Private Equity Development Council
Provides vision and direction, advises the government and facilitates greater coordination of strategies for the development of the VC and private equity PE industry.
Dropee closes US$341K seed financing round
Financing will be used to drive market expansion, introduce new product features, and bring on new talent.
Is a Commission the panacea for Malaysia's startup ecosystem?
Minister of Communications Gobind Singh proposes step to fast track growth Ecosystem leaders adopt healthy skepticism, cautious optimism, see scope as too narrow
Creating a better investing environment for Malaysia
Having just started his 2-year term as Malaysian Venture Capital Association president, Victor Chua shares his plans with Karamjit Singh.
Carsome raises US$6 mil, funding round led by Gobi Partners
C2B used car platform Carsome's latest funding attracts new investors Lumia Capital and Innoven, and existing investors 500Startups and Spiral Ventures.
Slow, measured execution by 4-year old startup, Delivereat, secures it US$450k
Taking it slow and steady, focusing on honing its execution capabilities has helped Penang-based Delivereat raise funding from the Gobi MAVCAP ASEAN Superseed Fund.
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