Becoming a global hub for startups

Going global: (from left) Ashran, Mohd Irwan and Lee are positive about MaGIC’s Global Accelerator Programme.

MALAYSIAN Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) continues to push Malaysia as a hub for startups and their investors after the success of its previous accelerator programmes’ participants in raising funds.

MaGIC chief executive officer Ashran Ghazi says its latest initiative, the Global Accelerator Programme (GAP), would further strengthen Malaysia’s position as the gateway for entrepreneurs looking to penetrate the Asean region. GAP also paves the way for MaGIC to be a global organisation.

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