Unwavering commitment to establish Malaysia’s global tech hub

Shafinaz Salim, the Head of the Technology Hub Development Division spoke in a webinar titled “Unlocking Development Values with Technology in The Global Tech Hub”.She highlighted that Cyberview’s latest role is to drive investor relations, industry development initiatives, tech hub development and management, as well as Cyberjaya city management.

FOR over two decades, Malaysia’s Cyberjaya has been the preferred tech investment and business destination, boasting the highest concentration of tech companies in Malaysia including numerous global multinationals such as Dell and NTT, as well as homegrown talents such as Monsta Studios – one of Malaysia’s beloved animation brands – and Aerodyne Sdn Bhd, a leading drone solution company ranked first globally.

Mandated by the government, Cyberview is the tech hub developer of Cyberjaya, looking into the ecosystem in the tech city and having, in 2020, unveiled Cyberjaya’s New Masterplan which focuses on five key elements – facilities, community, activities, experience, and incentives – that would lay down the future of the country’s premier tech hub.

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