Talks have been on-going for the establishment of a public hospital in Cyberjaya, Cyberview Sdn Bhd managing director Faris Yahaya said.
Five start-ups, enabled by Infinite Ventures, one of the key partners under Cyberview Living Lab- Accelerator (CLLA-IV) programme, successfully raised up to RM2.15 million (mn) following their business presentations to top investment and entrepreneurial communities, industry leaders and government bodies at IV Demo Day recently.
Although start-ups are well-positioned to rival traditional industries with their innovative business ideas, it takes more than that to achieve success. As with any small company, like it or not, eventually it’s the money that makes the world go round.
In its latest run, the Cyberview Living Lab’s Accelerator (CLLA-IV) programme provided participants with mentorship from more than 30 start-up veterans and 70 investors from the business community. They also get special access to Cyberview Living Lab’s (CLL) network and resources.
The Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) together with its applied research agency MIMOS, recently launched the National Internet of Things (IoT) Strategic Roadmap, a document that would serve as a guideline for IoT implementation in Malaysia.
Cyberview Sdn Bhd, the company mandated to elevate Cyberjaya into a global technology hub, has successfully launched several new start-ups as part of its initiatives.