MDEC wants more startups to get to WORQ

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  • Thursday, 20 Jul 2017

(from left) MDEC chief operating officer Datuk Ng Wan Peng (second from left), presenting the Malaysian Digital Hub certification to WORQ co-founders Stephanie Ping (third from left) and Andrew Yeow (right). Looking on is Alibaba Cloud general manager for ANZ and ASEA Raymond Ma (left).

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) today announced WORQ as a new Malaysia Digital Hub, one of MDEC’s initiatives to grow the nation's digital economy and produce successful startups.

This means that local startups based in the newly established WORQ Coworking Space – located in Glo Damansara Shopping Mall – will be able to enjoy access to funding, coaching and mentorship, corporate tax exemptions and high speed broadband.

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