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Ashran leaving MaGic to join Dattel as CEO

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) CEO Ashran Ghazi is resigning from the organisation.


MaGIC CEO Ashran Ghazi announces resignation, will be joining Dattel

The Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) CEO Ashran Ghazi has just announced that he is resigning from the organisation to “pursue other interests'.


Hello, Malaysian firm has got your back

CYBERJAYA: Whether you are deep in the jungle, up on a mountain or far out at sea, you can stay connected using just an Android smartphone.


Beyond the glass ceiling

Increasing the number of women in the workforce has become a goal for more companies but it has to go beyond just numbers.


Will the MaGIC continue?

The Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre will continue to operate as normal, though whether it will continue to be funded is not yet known.


Business as usual in MaGic

CYBERJAYA: Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativiy Centre (MaGIC) is carrying out operations as normal despite media reports stating Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad plans to abolish it.


Giving female entrepreneurs a boost

MALAYSIAN Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) has launched its MaGIC Pre-Accelerator Bootcamp: Female Founders Edition, a programme aimed at helping female entrepreneurs validate their business ideas, develop a working prototype, and create a focused go-to-market strategy.


MaGIC launches bootcamp for women startup founders

Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) looks to increase women's participation in startups with a new a pre-accelerator bootcamp specifically for women founders.


Tapping Vietnam’s vibrant startup scene

MALAYSIAN Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) has signed a strategic partnership with Saigon Innovation Hub (SIHUB) to drive collaboration between Malaysian and Vietnamese startups as well as provide a platform for them to expand their initiatives into both countries.


Government to democratise social efforts through crowd pledging

Government to identify and support worthwhile social enterprises by matching funds raised through crowd pledging platform Actyvate.