We explore Malaysia as a startup hub
Published 28 January, 2019
Small but mighty: in sheer numbers, Malaysia’s startups may not be globally significant, but the country’s ecosystem, business culture of collaboration, and government’s commitment to enterprise and development continues to help companies flourish. The country gained independence from Britain in 1957 and has gone from a primarily agricultural and manufacturing economy to one embracing a digital world.
The creation of the Multimedia Super Corridor in 1996, now known as MSC Malaysia, was one of the first steps into the future, intended to attract technology and software development business to the country. Since then, the country has averaged an economic growth rate of 8 percent, according to the World Bank.
Source from Tech Collective