Latest cohort for accelerator programme

Cyberview managing director Najib Ibrahim

TECH hub developer Cyberview Sdn Bhd has taken in five new startups into its Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator (CLLA) programme to continue fast-tracking the development of high-tech, innovative solutions for property and education.

These start-ups are Roomah, Pandai, Synapse Innovation, LinkUp Smart Solutions, and Move Robotic.

Over the course of the five-month programme, these companies will fast track the development and commercialisation of high-tech, innovative products and solutions across their target fields including property and education.

“Winning the digitalisation race requires companies to embrace a forward-looking, growth mindset and formulate a bold digital strategy at a rapid pace. Our accelerator programme offers startups opportunities as well as necessary access to create an edge for themselves among what is already a competitive landscape.

“As a tech hub developer, we nurture tech startups to directly contribute to a more vibrant tech ecosystem here in Cyberjaya. This is also in line with the government’s recent MyDIGITAL initiative that looks at catalysing 5,000 startups in the next five years, ” says Cyberview managing director Najib Ibrahim

Since its inception in 2013, Cyberview’s CLLA programme has helped startups to raise over RM87mil in total investments, generated more than RM218mil in total revenue and created more than 550 jobs.

“In the last eight years, we have nurtured 80 startups in their journey to realise and advance their innovations.

“Today, some of our alumni continue to contribute to our city’s innovative ecosystem as well as the country, while others have successfully expanded their businesses beyond Malaysia, with presence across several regions, ” noted Shafinaz Salim, head of technology hub development division at Cyberview.

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