Incubating the Innovative

By Elizabeth Su

October 2016 FEATURE
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From Penang's solid manufacturing base emerges a generation of enterprising individuals who recognised the gaps in the industry and sought to fill them.Does Penang have the network of support and structures needed to provide a vibrant startup environment? Does it have a dynamic landscape that stimulates innovation and entrepreneurship?Chan Kee Siak, CEO of Penang homegrown enterprise Exabytes, thinks so. “Penang is one of the most vibrant cities for startups in Malaysia, apart from KL,” he says. "The startup ecosystem was...

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Elizabeth Su

is a Mason Fellow from Harvard. She believes that one of the best ways to learn is to ask the right questions.


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