Yong Kai Ping
Aims to be leading Smart State in SEA by 2025 Will require strong ecosystem, collaborating together Taking it to the next level is how best to describe what the Selangor State Government is doing in its efforts to help businesses in the state strengthen their competitiveness.
Intensive 4-month training programme from idea validation to growth stage
Selangor Information Technology & E-Commerce Council (SITEC) has launches cohort 2 of its Selangor Accelerator Programme (SAP) with 30 startups.
Only six other co-working spaces have been awarded this status in Malaysia.
Aims to onboard 100 merchants.
Made possible through a collaboration with TusStar, the incubator arm of TsingHua University, and Sitec.
RM25,000 in cash prizes up for grabs.
The Sitec-run programme is the first in Malaysia to partner with the Beijing-based incubator.
Committed to nurturing SMEs in Selangor to improve their digital economy literacy.