Eyeing a good hatch


Wee launching the TARC Incubator at the Tunku Abdul Rahman University College in Jalan Genting Kelang, Kuala Lumpur, on June 20.

Tunku Abdul Rahman University College is keen to give anyone with a great business idea a chance to lift off with its TARC Incubator. It also hopes the initiative will enhance the entrepreneurial mindset among its students, reports MEK ZHIN.

THE new TARC Incubator by Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TARC) promises to provide a holistic environment to anyone interested to turn their business ideas into reality, and looks set to kick-start the institution’s aspiration of becoming an entrepreneurial university college.

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