Being different to make a difference

Ape Malaysia project manager Mark Louis Benedict (right) and Kampung Sukau villager Musarapa (second right) working with volunteers to plant trees at the project site. — Ape Malaysia

NOT all startups are about chasing the next innovative technology, as some are looking to make real, positive change.

Realising this, the Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives Ministry (Medac) and its agency, the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC), have developed a framework for such startups to be recognised as social enterprises.

Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

Next In Tech News

AstraZeneca, AI biologics firm Absci tie up on cancer drug - FT
Schools should teach children about using AI, IT professionals say
Researchers sound alarm over metaverse's potential to cause harm
Generative AI helping hackers mount more sophisticated attacks
Review: ‘Persona 5 Tactica’ successfully adapts beloved series to strategy genre
Food digging: When restaurants use fake dating profiles to get customers through the door
This electronic ‘nose’ could help combat the risk of food poisoning
M’sian woman discovers over RM400mil mistakenly deposited in her bank account
YouTube is the UK’s favourite social media
Uber to become S&P 500 constituent -S&P Indexes

Others Also Read