Sowing seeds for tech growth


(From left) Programme director of CAT Penang Howie Chang explaining the Penang i4.0 Seed Fund to Teoh Kher Nee, 24, and Lim Chin Huat, 23, after the fundlaunching in Wisma Yeap Chor Ee in Penang.

THE Penang i4.0 Seed Fund, a seed programme customised to fund early stage tech startups in Penang, has been launched.

The programme initiated by the Penang government through investPenang and @CAT Penang, offers funding amounting up to RM150,000 to assist startups with innovative technology products and services to attain commercialisation.

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