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07 - TYIB - Whats Next?


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  • 1. •  Business Plan Tools  •  Assistance – Government agencies  •  Funding opportuni9es  •  Funding opportuni9es (Students)  •  Compe99ons  •  Further study 
  • 2. •  Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia (AIM) •  Bank Kerjasama Rakyat Malaysia Berhad (BKRMB) •  Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) •  Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Berhad (BPMB) •  Agrobank Malaysia •  Bank Perusahaan Kecil & Sederhana Berhad (SME Bank) •  Commerce Asset Ventures Sdn. Bhd. •  Credit Guarantee Corporation Malaysia Berhad (CGC)
  • 3. •  ERF Sdn Bhd (ERF) •  Export-Import Bank Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) •  Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA) •  Malaysian Biotechnology Corporation Bhd (MBC) •  Malaysia Debt Ventures Berhad (MDV) •  Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) •  Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (MIDA) •  Malaysian Technology Development Corporation Sdn Bhd (MTDC)
  • 4. •  Malaysian Timber Industry Board (MTIB) •  Malaysian Venture Capital Management Berhad (MAVCAP) •  Malaysian Industrial Development Finance Berhad (MIDF) •  Mayban Ventures Sdn. Bhd. •  MIMOS Berhad (MIMOS) •  Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) •  Perbadanan Nasional Berhad (PNS) •  Perbadanan Usahawan Nasional Berhad (PUNB)
  • 5. •  SME Corp. Malaysia •  Yayasan Tekun Nasional (YTN) •  Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI)
  • 6. •  Malaysian Biotechnology Corporation Bhd (MBC) –  Commercialisation Grants-International Business Development Matching Fund –  Commercialisation Grants-RND Matching Fund –  Commercialisation Grants-Seed Funds –  Technology Acquisitions Fund (TAF 1 & 2) •  Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC) –  Commercialisation of Public Sector R & D –  Commercialisation of R & D by SME
  • 7. •  MIMOS Berhad –  Demonstrator Application Grant Scheme (DAGS) •  Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) –  Enterprise Innovation Fund (EIF) •  Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Berhad –  High Technology Fund •  Malaysia Debt Ventures Berhad (MDV) –  MDV Debt Financing Scheme
  • 8. •  Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) –  MSC Malaysia Research and Development Grant Scheme (MGS) •  Export-Import Bank Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) –  Overseas Project Financing Facility •  Malaysian Industrial Development Finance Berhad (MIDF) –  Soft Loan Scheme for Automotive Development •  Malaysian Industrial Development Finance Berhad (MIDF) –  Soft Loan for Automation and Modernisation
  • 9. •  Malaysian Industrial Development Finance Berhad (MIDF) –  Soft Loan for ICT Adoption •  Malaysian Venture Capital Management Berhad (MAVCAP) –  Venture Capital Financing
  • 10. •  University Cradle Investment Programme Catalyst  •  Focuses on ideas that come out of the academic or  research arena.  •  Helps researchers (students) and inventors from  academic ins9tu9ons develop their technology‐ oriented ideas and R&D efforts into real  commercial products, ready for the marketplace.   •  Value: RM150K 
  • 11. •  These categories of funded area include:  –  Development of prototype;  –  Proofs of concept;  –  Business plans;  –  Purchase of market feasibility research;  –  IP (Intellectual Property) search and registra9on;  –  Surveys on concrete sta9s9cal data; and  –  Product sampling expenses 
  • 12. •  Eligibility  –  Malaysians aged 18 years old and older and  permanently residing in Malaysia.  –  Applicants must either be employed and/or  studying at Research Ins9tutes or IHLs in Malaysia.  –  Minimum of two (2) applicants and maximum of five  (5) applicants per applica9on  •  Further info: h[p:// 
  • 13. •  To catalyze the crea9on of local Technopreneurs  and K‐SMEs in ICT  •  To develop viable business plans into  commercially focused ICT projects with  prototype and detailed business plans suitable  for venture funding & commercializa9on  •  Max funds: RM150k of condi9onal funding  •  Max dura9on: 12 months 
  • 14. •  Categories of funded area include: –  Creative multimedia –  Hardware design –  Software development –  Shared Service Oriented –  Support Services (Training, Incubators, –  Internet-based Businesses •  Further info:  h[p:// 
  • 15. •  To create a new genre of successful technology  entrepreneurs (Technopreneurs) and create  employment opportuni9es for the good of the  community.  
  • 16. •  Business Idea Compe99on  –  Open to all undergraduate students.  –  A Business Idea submission has to demonstrate the  commercial viability of the idea but does not require a  prototype or product.  –  Each team must comprise of a maximum of three (3)  undergraduate students.  –  Final year students are highly encouraged to par9cipate as a  team member. This is to ensure that the BI is in a be[er  posi9on to be taken to the next stage of commercializa9on  by the team  
  • 17. •  MoneyTree Young Entrepreneur Startup Challenge  •  Objec9ve: to create a placorm in which youths aged 17  – 23 are given the opportunity to:  –  Acquire the knowledge and skills to start and operate a  business  –  Have a hands on feel as to what it takes to run a business /  project  –  Acquire the ability to generate ideas and evaluate their  commercial viability  –  Focus on crea9ng a profitable enterprise / venture  –  Experience pitching for funds to finance their enterprise  
  • 18. •  UTM Sarjana Sains (Keusahawanan IT) 
  • 19. • • •  Linkedin •  Facebook