Startup community gets MaGIC boost


MaGIC said among other things, members of the startup community will be able to access a directory of financial aids, grants and funding programmes and relief assistance resources available on the MaGICARE site.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) has launched MaGICARE, a suite of initiatives that offer resources, rejuvenation and recovery assistance in the areas of business, finance and personal well-being for the startup community.

In a statement, MaGIC said among other things, members of the startup community will be able to access a directory of financial aids, grants and funding programmes and relief assistance resources available on the MaGICARE site.

MaGICARE also offers a 24/7 careline under the Naluri Community Programme for startups, manned by a team of clinical psychologists and registered counsellors.

They will also be able to access a host of webinars and emotional well-being assessments conducted by a clinical psychologist on topics of mental and physical well-being. — Bernama

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