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ABAF to give angel investors better wings

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bThe Asian Business Angel Forum (ABAF), to be held in Malaysia next year, is expected to help revive the local angel-investor segment.

Business

Getting capital through social network platforms

PETALING JAYA: The allocation of capital for new businesses may have just found another route into the eager hands of aspiring entrepreneurs -through social networking platforms.

Business

Cradle Fund promotes staff

KUALA LUMPUR: Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd, a not-for-profit agency under the Finance Ministry, has announced the promotion of three senior team members to new portfolios.

Technology

VC model no longer working?

An expert on venture capitalism is of the opinion that the venture capitalist model is broken.

Technology

Cradle urges private sector to take lead in angel investments

The private sector must take the lead in angel investment in technology companies in order to achieve quality of growth in the industry.

Community

Marketing tool gets techy

THE days of paper-based loyalty stamp cards adding extra bulk to one’s wallet are finally over, thanks to Werebits Sdn Bhd’s recent introduction of a new mobile application (app) to replace the pieces of paper that also have a habit of getting lost.

Community

Event management software expected to hit RM2mil target for start-up company

Y US Sdn Bhd, a two-year-old MSC-status start-up, is hopeful of achieving a revenue target of RM2mil next year following a strong surge in demand locally and abroad for its event management software known as “Evenesis”.

Community

DeliverEat caters for those who are too busy to go to restaurants

THE prospects for the food catering business in Penang, currently estimated to be worth RM876mil and growing at about 5% a year, has attracted Leong Shir Mein and her business partners to set up DeliverEat, a food delivery company based on the island.

Community

DeliverEat caters for those who are too busy to go to restaurants

The prospects for the food catering business in Penang, currently estimated to be worth RM876mil and growing at about 5% a year, has attracted Leong Shir Mein and her business partners to set up DeliverEat, a food delivery company based on the island.

Technology

Angel investors get tax exemption up to RM500,000

Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd has introduced the Angel Tax Incentive to encourage the growth of the Malaysian angel investor community.