An accelerator is a good way for startups to remain competitive beyond the oft-quoted 90% of startups failing statistic, and so we’ve listed out Malaysian accelerators looking to grant our local businesses the skills they need to remain relevant.
It stands undisputed that technology has improved lives and raised standards of living in one way or another with each new discovery or innovative reimagining
If you’re a Fintech or IoT startups, options are galore for accelerator programmes. Mahadhir Aziz of Cyberview together with Wilson Beh from Finnext Capital talk about the latest CLLA programme.
Launched towards the end of 2016, Cyberjaya's smart city enabler Cyberview's 4th Living Lab Accelerator programme for startups has resulted in five fintech and IoT solutions.
Malaysia's latest FinTech offerings developed under the 4th Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator Programme are proof that there is a solution to any problem when people are given the right platform and support they need for innovation.
Coming together for the occasion were other Cyberjaya developers Emkay Group, MCT, UEM Sunrise, Prima Properties and Tujuan Gemilang, with support from main stakeholders MDEC, Cyberview Sdn Bhd and Sepang Municipal Council.
Under the 4th Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator Programme (organised with Finnext Capital), there lies proof that when people are given the right platform and support, innovation takes flight.
Limkokwing University of Creative Technology is offering 1,000 full and partial scholarships worth RM52.85 million this year to Malaysian students to pursue degree, diploma and skills-based studies.
CurrenSeek’s latest major platform update is set to benefit licensed money changers by making their brand visible online beyond their physical shop front to over thousands of iOS and Android mobile app subscribers and enabling direct currency exchange bookings