Shot in the arm for startups


  • SMEBiz
  • Friday, 10 May 2019

WyseTime co-founder Chan Zhen Yu (left) explaining the Interligion Road User Classification Analytics System to Loo (light brown dress) and Chow.

THE Penang i4.0 Seed Fund programme, which began with an initial fund of USD1mil (RM4.13mil), has created technological entrepreneurs who successfully launched startup ventures, said Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.

The programme, through InvestPenang and @CAT Penang, has created activities of product enhancement, marketing and branding, technical, product and design hires of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0).

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