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Disrupting the disrupters in Malaysia: part 2 of an exclusive with MDEC CEO Dato' Yasmin

AvantiKumar | May 4, 2017
The story behind the newly-launched Digital Hub for startups and why it's a master cog in Malaysia's digital economy ambitions.

G.R.O.W - MDEC

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Action is here

  Meanwhile, MDEC vice president (Growth Ecosystem Development) Norhizam Abdul Kadir (pic below) said that "from venture capital to equity crowdfunding and more, Malaysia is where the action is taking place."

Norhizam bin Abdul Kadir - MDEC

"With strong government support and a proven track record in funding the growing startup scene, Malaysia is the ideal destination for digital entrepreneurs," said Norhizam.

"Malaysia Digital Hub is the place for growing startups to setup and develop the next big idea in tech," he said. "We provide G.R.O.W.T.H. opportunities for your business to get up, close and personal with other global markets in the digital economy - right here in Malaysia."

[The first part of this feature (3 May 2017) looks at strategies intended to arm Malaysia's business and civilian sectors to address the 'disrupt or be disrupted' challenge that digital transformation brings.]

The latest edition of this article lives at Computerworld Malaysia.


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