The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) today announced WORQ as a new Malaysia Digital Hub, one of MDEC’s initiatives to grow the nation's digital economy and produce successful startups.
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The new digital hub will play a key role in incubating startups of Malaysia as well as across Asean countries, and accelerating the digital transformation of the region.
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…ia memberi tumpuan kepada empat kategori iaitu syarikat permulaan yang sedang berkembang, syarikat teknologi global, syarikat pencepat, pembina bakat dan para pelabur.
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…boleh memohon pakej insentif yang kami sediakan, antara lain dalam bentuk pelepasan cukai dan juga kebenaran penyertaan pekerja berpengetahuan dari luar negara.
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…我对此是非常乐观的;因为包括中国的经济发展也是靠着互联网的这一波技术变革在驱动,所以我相信技术的驱动会是经济发展一个很重要的引擎。
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WORQ is among four Digital Hubs in Malaysia besides APW, The Co. and Common Ground.
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…2017 Asean Create @Alibaba Cloud Startup Contest (CACSC) happening at WORQ in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow.
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Rather than merely providing an empty space for entrepreneurs and small businesses to get their work done, what differentiates WORQ is its building of an ecosystem…
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Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), together with Alibaba Cloud, has announced the establishment of WORQ as the 4th Malaysia Digital Hub.
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Its first outlet will be located in Glo Damansara, close to the TTDI MRT station. It will be able to cater 400 members. Membership options include hot desks, dedicated desk and private lockable rooms.
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Coworking spaces are picking up in popularity, and WORQ wants to create the largest and most productive coworking community by facilitating deeper connections and taking care of all your workplace needs.
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500 Startups’ Southeast Asia fund, 500 Durians, along with Malaysia’s Cradle Fund and investment holding firm SMG, has injected US$787,000 into an upcoming Kuala Lumpur-based co-working space.
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Since unofficially opening on March 1, the company has achieved 95% occupancy and built one of the largest communities of startups, SMEs and freelancers in Malaysia, with over 5,000 members…
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The company is open to forging strategic partnerships with startup accelerators looking to take up space or otherwise collaborate in various ways. With a productive work space that starts at a price point of RM10 a day,…
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CEO and co-founder of WORQ, Stephanie Ping concurred, adding that co-working spaces eliminate hefty set-up costs and long term rental contracts.
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How WORQ got startups to fill up their co-working space in Malaysia with no marketing budget.
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The Prince, who is on an 11-day tour of south-east Asia and India, was visiting a working space for start-up companies when he gamely stepped into the makeshift Tardis.
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He met young entrepreneurs and tech-savvy school children when he visited a Kuala Lumpur co-working space for start-up companies.
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The Tardis forms a doorway from the public space into the private members' area at the WORQ facility, which offers a gym, sleeping pods, a cafe and space for new firms to grow.
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What young people need, I have learned, is encouragement and enough support, advice and skills training to get started. Once started, the results can often be spectacular and profoundly heartening.
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You get your refreshments, a cosy environment, and a space all to yourself. Until you need to leave that is, or go to the washroom and need your belongings looked after. For those that need a better deal (and more), WORQ has got you covered.
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