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Jun 15, 2017 - Aug 15, 2017
An accelerator serves an important function in the startup community. It helps teach startups the essential skills they need to turn a “good idea” into a viable business.
The Global Entrepreneurship Community (GEC) Summit 2017 launched yesterday at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre with over 13,000 estimated participants gathering at this year’s event titled “Designing The Future”.
Cyberjaya aims to be the first cashless city in the future with the launch of Malaysia’s first community-built e-wallet TaPay (Take Action Pay) yesterday, said Treasury Ministry secretary-general, Tan Sri Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah.
Online health service provider, GetDoc is collaborating with township manager Cyberview to introduce mobile payment for healthcare in Cyberjaya. The technology city is already adopting various electronic solutions in its township as is out to set an example as the first smart city in Malaysia.
Malaysia, under former premier Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, took her single step back in the Nineties when master developer Setia Haruman Sdn Bhd built Cyberjaya from scratch on former oil palm plantation land to house the Multimedia Super Corridor (now known as MSC Malaysia).
The government will provide grants worth RM245 million under the Domestic Investment Strategic Fund to upgrade Smart Manufacturing services.
Often in conversation with industry players in Malaysia, the sentiment is that Malaysia is lacking in activity within the fintech space and the the fintech startups in Malaysia are still pretty nascent. The general impression from the market is that there’s a lack of innovative fintech startups in Malaysia.
AFTER five intensive months in the Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator (CLLA) Programme, five startups have emerged with a host of new solutions that are designed to address the needs of the smart cities of tomorrow.
Despite winning 30 awards, acceleration from MaGIC, our PM Najib’s note of their product, and pretty extensive media attention in 2014, this year sees a rehab-based startup called Techcare toiling away in relative silence.