Maxis to host pitch session for 100 startups

Monday 2 December 2019 | 09:32 CET | News
Malaysian operator Maxis will host its first Market Access Day gathering 100 startups and over 30 of Malaysia‚Äôs biggest corporations for a pitching session. The Maxis Market Access Day 2019 event will take place on 10 December.

Participating startups are required to be technology enabled with an existing service offering in the market and a growing customer base. These startups are from six verticals, namely Big Data & Analytics, FinTech, PropTech, E-Commerce & Retail, Internet of Things and Enterprise Solutions. While most pitching sessions are for funding, another key focus of the session would be to create business opportunities between the startups and attending businesses and venture capitals, including AirAsia, Ambank, Astro, Cradle, Golden Gate Ventures, Maybank, Sunway and Kencana Capital. All startups will also be able to showcase their products and services in an exhibition open to the public.

Partners of the Maxis Market Access Day 2019 include Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC), Malaysia Business Angel Network (MBAN) and Startupmamak. An exclusive pitch coaching session will also be offered to the shortlisted startups by Startupmamak.

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Categories: IT
Companies: Astro / Maxis
Countries: Malaysia
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