In recent years, the Government of Malaysia has been taking proactive steps to build a strong infrastructure for the Malaysian entrepreneurship scene.
The development of a strong and sustainable startup ecosystem is considered to be a key economic driver for the nation to remain competitive in the global landscape.
MaGIC (Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre) was launched on the 27th of April 2014 by President Barack Obama and Prime Minister YAB Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak.
Since the birth of MaGIC, there has been a significant number of entrepreneurs benefiting from the programs and initiatives offered by the Centre.
Startup Commons was invited to host a workshop at MaGIC on building digitally connected and data-driven startup ecosystem.
The workshop supported the mission to catalyze the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Malaysia by introducing key stakeholders of ecosystem development to the framework targeting various activities and measuring the impact of these activities, and also providing better understanding of the relations between different areas.
Department of Foreign Trade (DFT) to organize Southern Trade Fair
The event will provide a platform for business negotiations and stimulate the economy, trade and investment in the three southern border provinces.
BANGKOK, 18 April 2019 (NNT) – The Department of Foreign Trade (DFT) will organize a Southern Border Trade Fair to provide knowledge to entrepreneurs in preparation for accessing the Malaysian market.(more…)
Hong Kong’s Star is Fading – Where Will Asia’s Next Financial Center Be?
Rising concerns over the interventionist policies of the Chinese government have led to Hong Kong losing its luster
Malaysia World’s Best Countries To Invest In Or Do Business For 2018
Thailand ranked number 10, or fourth country of the Asean block after Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore
Four major EEC infrastructure projects reviewed
The Thai government is advancing four infrastructure projects in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC)
Equitable investment in human capital is vital for Thailand’s future
Despite having achieved historic progress against poverty, inequality remains a key concern for Thai people.
Do You Have What It Takes to Work Remotely?
If you want to be a remote worker, you may need to convince your boss. Daniel Mobbs has the lowdown...
Thai Banks to tax savings interest above 20,000 baht
BANGKOK, 23 April 2019 (NNT) – The Thai Bankers Association has held a meeting to find a solution to the...
Thailand’s new Labour Protection Act
Thailand has announced a new labour protection act with changes related to better compensation and leave allowances
Subscribe via Email
- Investment2 weeks ago
Thailand to support aerospace sector via new incentives
- Environment2 days ago
Thailand to tackle plastic waste by 2030
- Economics1 day ago
Thailand’s Human Capital Key to Long-Term Growth
- Environment2 weeks ago
Is “Dirty Air” the new normal for Thailand?
- Economics2 days ago
Thai exports drop 4.9% in March
- China2 days ago
Will Thailand’s Chinese High-Speed Railway Be Worth It?
- Business3 days ago
Thailand to the Forefront of Asia and ASEAN’s MICE Industry
- China1 month ago
Will Asian economies dominate the world in 2050?