Best rising startups in Malaysia – 28 June 2016

Startups can be defined as the term which is referred as to the companies and businesses which are growing on a very fast rate. These companies are more inclined towards the usage of modern techniques. The term of startups has become more general internationally after the online companies have been founded and have started to work. A startup company can be of any size and type. One of the most important task for this company is to found teams for the work of researches. These company have even the ability to grow very fast in spite of having limited labor, investment or land.

Some of the best startups from Malaysia are discussed below:

1) Venture 1337

Venture 1337
A program which is known as the Alpha startup has started in Malaysia by the 1337 Ventures. It has also been to Philippines and Singapore. The 1337 venture had opted three teams to invest and the teams will have to go through the accelerator programs of about three months which is planned by the 1337 ventures. The 1337 ventures have already invested in three Philippines startups in the past. The CEO of the ventures is very satisfied with these startups and says that he would like to see more of these startups. The apps that they developed were Bus Tayo, which can be used to reserve bus tickets, the other one is Better Hap that can be used to plan a wedding and the third one is Detivo which gives information about restaurants.A program which is known as the Alpha startup has started in Malaysia by the 1337 Ventures. It has also been to Philippines and Singapore. The 1337 venture had opted three teams to invest and the teams will have to go through the accelerator programs of about three months which is planned by the 1337 ventures. The 1337 ventures have already invested in three Philippines startups in the past. The CEO of the ventures is very satisfied with these startups and says that he would like to see more of these startups. The apps that they developed were Bus Tayo, which can be used to reserve bus tickets, the other one is Better Hap that can be used to plan a wedding and the third one is Detivo which gives information about restaurants.

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2) Kaodim

Kaodim
It is a program that is started by two former lawyers. Within a month after its launch they have had about 500 vendors on board and they have also made numerous job requests as well. The founders of Kaodim are making efforts to this company to grow rapidly. It is actually a company where you can find professional belonging to different services that may be transport, health and fitness or other lessons.

3) Youths Today

Youths Today
The CEO of Youths Today is Jazz Tan who had lost his father as a result of drugs. This startup is working with government agencies and the main job that they do is to support the youth and help them in the fields of technology and entrepreneurship. They have made 14 major clients and have had a revenue of about 208,000 dollars.

4) Tapway

Tapway Malaysia
According to the CEO of Tapway, Lim Chee, the offline store do not have the ability to improve customer experience and so it is not the case with Tapway. They are working hard to attract the market of Malaysia and to solve other problems regarding customer service with creative solutions.

5) Presto Grocer

Presto Grocer
Before a decade there was no online supermarket in Malaysia but the co-founder of Presto Grocer says that along with her partner they had opted to open a physical supermarket in order to promote the name of their brand. After launching four branches of the physical supermarket they have launched a website for online shopping which they consider to be more efficient.

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