16 Mar '11, 6am

New accelerator Greyattic wants Malaysian startups to become empires, says @cerventus

Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic. Powered by WP Greet Box If there’s a common complaint about Malaysian start-ups, it’s not a lack of talent, but ambition and mentoring. The now-ended Malaysian MDeC (Multimedia Development Corporation) Pre-Seed grant program – which offered a RM150,000 (about USD50,000) yearly grant to start-ups with innovative ideas – produced, at best, mixed results, and was even criticized by some its recipients for a lack of guidance. It also gave rise to a term Malaysian startup scenesters are familiar with: Grantpreneurs, which describes those who pitch their ideas with the primary aim of getting the cash, while the product itself may be inferior, impractical, or take a very long time to materialize, if ever. Grey Attic , a Malaysia-based start-up incubator, aims to change the gra...

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