malaysian entrepreneurs

  1. INTERVIEWS
Today, The Asian Entrepreneur speaks to two bold and driven Malaysian entrepreneurs who are currently on a mission to improve Malaysia’s startup scene by introducing Malaysia to Drinkentrepreneurs, a global startup movement that is driven to make local startup ecosystems more connected via monthly events. Lingesh Thayala is the Founder and Managing Partner of Drinkentrepreneurs Malaysia overseeing […]
  1. ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  2. STARTUPS
Forty-One prominent entrepreneurs and business leaders from Malaysia were awarded at the Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards 2016 at a glittering gala dinner at Hotel Majestic Kuala Lumpur. Over 700 attendees were present at the event, comprising of industry leaders, leading entrepreneurs and dignitaries including Dato’ Seri Ong Ka Chuan, Minister of International Trade & Industry […]

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