Global Accelerator Programme: Thematic Edition

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InnoLab Asia is supporting the GAP organised by MRANTI
GAP by the Malaysian Research Accelerator for Technology & Innovation (MRANTI) is an evolution of Malaysia’s premier accelerator programme that seeks to build on the opportunities designed for both local and international companies. In addition to providing a strong industrial focus, the programme nurtures technological assessment and adoption for companies to be future-proof against all odds and ahead of the competition.
✨ In support of the 10-10 Malaysian Science, Technology, Innovation and Economic (MySTIE) – a framework derived from global trends which aims to spearhead socio-economic development of communities – GAP: Thematic Edition is a 2-month programme specially curated to accelerate the growth of companies to scale and commercialise products and services by being investment-ready and adopting new technologies in these industries:
📌 Business & Financial Services
📌 Water & Food
📌 Medical & Healthcare
Join us and be part of the MRANTI ecosystem to get access to multiple benefits such as exclusive access to MRANTI’s Quadruple Helix network, potential capital and so much more!
Find out more and register at mranti.my/gap.
⏰ TIMELINE:
📆 DATE: 20 April 2022
⏱ TIME: 11.00AM (GMT +7)
📜 REGISTRATION LINK: bit.ly/GAPRoadshowASEAN
💻 PLATFORM: Zoom
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MRANTI’s Global Accelerator Programme (GAP): Thematic Edition is an evolution of Malaysia’s premier accelerator programme that seeks to build on the opportunities for both local and international companies.
Want to be investment ready in 2-months? Join our virtual roadshow on 20 April as we partner with SIHUB to help you understand how you can leverage on GAP: Thematic Edition to accelerate your growth to the next level.
Register now at bit.ly/GAPRoadshowASEAN and we’ll see you soon!

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