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Malaysia takes lead in Islamic venture capital plan

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is spearheading the establishment of the world's first Islamic Venture Capital in collaboration with the Islamic Development Bank (IDB), said Treasury Secretary-General, Tan Sri Irwan Serigar Abdullah.

Business

Malaysia Venture and Gobi to focus on S-E Asia with new fund

SINGAPORE: Gobi Partners, one of the first Chinese venture capital firms to make inroads in South-East Asia, is looking to invest in as many as three dozen startups with a new US$14.5mil fund that will target emerging technologies.

Business

The future is now

IF you are not familiar with Amazon Prime Air, I would recommend you google it, writes Datuk Yasmin Mahmood.

Columns

Staying alive in the retail industry

It makes sense to create demand, rather than wait for demand.

Business

ADIF invests in first batch of 6 companies

KUALA LUMPUR: Axiata Digital Innovation Fund (ADIF) has announced investments in the first batch of six technology companies totalling RM12.5mil.

Business

MAVCAP largest venture capital firm in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Venture Capital Management Bhd's (MAVCAP) fund size of RM1.4bil makes it the country's largest venture capital firm, said Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Wilfred Madius Tangau.

Corporate News

Mavcap’s CEO is Jamaludin Bujang

IN reference to our report “Mavcap and Gobi to assist ICT start-ups” published yesterday, we wish to clarify that Mavcap’s CEO is Jamaludin Bujang and not as reported.

Business

Breakfast briefing: Monday, September 21

Breakfast briefing: Monday, September 21

Business

Malaysia's Mavcap and China's Gobi to assist ICT start-ups

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Venture Capital Management Bhd (Mavcap) has tied up with China-based Gobi Partners in a US$50mil (RM212mil) deal to launch a new fund to assist start-up companies in South-East Asia and China.

People

I believe in myself doing good

iGene founder Mathavan A. Chandran believes it’s important to pursue achievements and not just financial rewards. Your achievements will eventually reward you, he tells LIM WING HOOI.