Spotlighting five innovative startups in Malaysia

  • TECH
  • Monday, 26 Feb 2018

iIt would be wise for foundersof startups to consider ahead of time how much funding to raise for the lifetime of their company and their exit strategy.

Malaysian startups are using technologies such as machine learning and blockchain to help companies compete in a new era. 

Startups love talking about ­disrupting existing players, ­modernising services or at least dragging them online. But ­sometimes startups also manage to change the way customers view products and services by providing new ways for them to interact with companies that serve them.  

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