TPM, Daegu Technopark team up

KUALA LUMPUR: Technology Park Malaysia Corporation Sdn Bhd (TPM) and South Korea’s Daegu Technopark has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate to develop the regional industry and business growth.

In a statement today, TPM said the effort would spur greater cooperation in creating mutual win-win partnerships between South Korean and Malaysian startups and enterprises.

“It will also provide both parties with opportunities to jointly develop strategic co-incubator programmes, and provide their participants with the opportunity to explore new business and investments endeavoUrs in the global arena,” it said. The MoU was the second collaboration between TPM and South Korean organisations in the past two months following an agreement with the Seoul Business Agency last November.— Bernama

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