Building Entrepreneurial, Creative, and Innovative Community
Championing the Startup Network
Fulfill Your Dreams with StartUp Borneo 2019
Launchpad for the startup communities in Malaysia especially Borneo.
Thanks to the existing fruitful relations and the potential that lies within these vibrant up and coming digital cities. Startups grow especially in cities where good communication infrastructures are provided and global mindsets come together, exchange ideas and find a base to start their businesses. In the past decade a diverse range of startup communities grew in the cities of the Asia Pacific region. Some of them are still in a nascent stage, while others are already established startups with a mature ecosystem. In each country entrepreneurs, accelerators, incubators, venture capitalists, and governmental institutions work together in multifaceted ways to create global and thriving business opportunities.
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HIPMI KALBAR (Himpunan Pengusaha Muda Indonesia - Kalimantan Barat) welcome any collaboration from StartUp Borneo and we hope to see a lot of exchange in knowledge and technology expertise between Sarawak and Kalimantan Barat.
Denia Yunirati Abdusamad, Chairwoman of HIPMI KALBAR
StartUp Borneo needs to be lauded as it is a great avenue to promote creativity and the spirit of entrepreneurship. At the same time StartUp Borneo can become the catalyst towards powering the state economy in the future.
Datuk Abang Karim Tun Abang Haji Openg, Board Member of Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC), President of Sarawak Business Federation (SBF)
Kuching, Sarawak is on the forefront of the ‘Smart City’ revolution and platforms like the StartUp Borneo are crucial if we are to achieve this ambitious goal. StartUp Borneo enables rural-urban community to be in one preferred startup ecosystem so like-minded people can learn from each other.
Prof. Ir. Dr. Al-Khalid Hj Othman, Deputy Chief Scientist (SMA), Corporate Advisor (StartUpBorneo.my)
Startups require an ideal environment in order to launch and scale up. The StartUp Borneo community platform is built as an enabler for the startup ecosystem in Borneo to accelerate startups from ideation stage to commercialization stage and get a startup business or project ready to be market.
Md Silmi Abd Rahman, Chairman (BeeOnPay Sdn Bhd), Corporate Advisor (StartUpBorneo.my)
Cities in Borneo has huge potential for development. StartUpBorneo.my is being established to push development through collaboration and empower entrepreneurs in Borneo with more innovative partnerships. The future for Sarawak in the Digital Economy era will be very much depending on the people.
Abdul Qaiyum Alidin, Chairman (StartUpBorneo.my), Chief Technical Officer (RESONICS Consultancy)
Sarawak is a very exciting State to test and scale up impactful innovations. By bringing together entrepreneurs in Blockchain, Smart City, and Industry 4.0 in one place, StartUp Borneo is positioning Borneo to becoming one of the most exciting Digital Economy Hub in Southeast Asia.
Xiaochen Zhang, President (FinTech4Good), Co-Chair (Global Digital Economy Council)
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