Often in conversation with industry players in Malaysia, the sentiment is that Malaysia is lacking in activity within the fintech space and the the fintech startups in Malaysia are still pretty nascent. The general impression from the market is that there’s a lack of innovative fintech startups in Malaysia.
AFTER five intensive months in the Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator (CLLA) Programme, five startups have emerged with a host of new solutions that are designed to address the needs of the smart cities of tomorrow.
Despite winning 30 awards, acceleration from MaGIC, our PM Najib’s note of their product, and pretty extensive media attention in 2014, this year sees a rehab-based startup called Techcare toiling away in relative silence.
HOW does a township that already has 17km of cycling track further inspire its 100,000 inhabitants to get deeper into pedal fever? Bring in a bike-sharing company of course!
It was a day of exercise for urban dwellers as guests and hosts alike took to the streets on orange bikes at 5pm yesterday at the Dash Box Hotel.
Cyberview Sdn.Bhd telah menganjurkan program ‘Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator Demo Day+’ yang telah berlangsung di CoInnov8, Cyberjaya pada 2 Oktober di mana ‘startups’ atau permulaan diberi akses terhadap pelbagai sumber untuk mereka inovasi dan komersialkan produk mereka kepada pelabur yang berpotensi.
The target set for the contribution of the digital economy to gross domestic product has been raised to 20% by 2020 from 18%. However, does Malaysia have all the ingredients to nurture the fledgling digital economy and make it a major contributor to GDP?
MoneyMatch is a FinTech startup from Malaysia that offers a comprehensive fully digital currency exchange platform. MoneyMatch is approved by the Central Bank of Malaysia operating within their FinTech Sandbox.
The first public hospital in Cyber 11 here, which is expected to be completed by November 2020 will serve the population throughout the Putrajaya, Dengkil, Serdang, and Puchong areas, said Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam.