Startups should tap networks to go further


By Joy Lee
  • Smebiz Premium
  • Monday, 03 Sep 2018

Good exposure: Arif took home some important lessons on marketing from the valley.

SOME say making the right connection makes all the difference. Arif Tukiman, chief executive officer of local startup Runcloud, found this to be true.

When Arif represented Malaysia at the Startup World Cup in Silicon Valley last May - where 28 companies from 24 countries vied for the main prize at the grand finale event - he notes that startups in developed countries had better access to global networks, which enables them to scale up faster in new markets.

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