NEN – Malaysia

In 2015, Wadhwani Foundation’s National Entrepreneurship Network (WF NEN) was launched in Malaysia to strengthen the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the country by supporting Entrepreneurship Education, Startups & SMEs, and enabling access to knowledge, mentor and investor resources.

The scalable model of WF NEN, its resources and IP are contextualized for emerging economies like Malaysia. The Foundation has entered into a partnership with MBan aiming at developing and growing Startups and SMEs, thereby enhancing high-value job creation and economic prosperity in Malaysia.

Additionally, WF NEN supports entrepreneurship education at some key colleges and universities in the country.[…]

NEN Malaysia Video 5

NEN Malaysia Video 5

Ashwin Jayapalasingham talks about winning growth strategy

NEN Malaysia Video 4

NEN Malaysia Video 4

Bryan Loo on advantages of starting young

NEN Malaysia Video 3

NEN Malaysia Video 3

Geetha Kandiah highlights the common misconceptions related to the trademarks

NEN Malaysia Video 2

NEN Malaysia Video 2

Mohd Yusno bin Mohd’s advice for entrepreneurs

NEN Malaysia Video 1

NEN Malaysia Video 1

Evelyn Samuel provides marketing techniques to acquire customers

To be successful, entrepreneurs need to take key lessons from the experience of other entrepreneurs who have walked the path. Cradle has been supporting Malaysian technology start-ups for more than 10 years and many have grown to become big names and raising further rounds of investments like MyTeksi and Intelligent Money. We’ve followed and charted their journeys and we’re pleased to share it with other aspiring entrepreneurs. Through its Coach & Grow programme, Cradle has built up a good network of mentors who have helped entrepreneurs sharpen their skills. Their advice will also go a long way to helping develop capable entrepreneurs

Nazrin Hassan, CEO, Cradle Fund Sdn. Bhd.

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