Malaysia is a rather small country in populous South-East Asia, with 29 million inhabitants, North of Singapore and south of Thailand, with a "peninsular" part and half the island of Borneo (shared with Indonesia).
Malaysia has been early to invest a lot in high technology and has a Silicon Valley of its own since 1997. Is infrastructure enough to create conditions for innovation?
In this presentation, we share the milestones of Malaysia as an innovation ecosystem, we identify their best practices (in particular the neat organization of the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Kuala Lumpur) and assess their strengths and weaknesses.
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Innovation is Everywhere
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