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SPARK Finale 2017


SPARK Finale 2017

9 December 2017 10:00am - 6:10pm
Tiffin Food Court View map
Admission FREE
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SPARK is a movement to create citizens of the future, by inspiring Malaysians to alter attitudes, shift mindsets, and be better equipped with necessary skillsets for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, as we grow closer to becoming a developed nation.

SPARK is on a mission to stimulate a problem-solving outlook within our nation by educating fellow Malaysians to view problems as opportunities to find creative solutions while injecting the spirit of innovation collectively.

You are the CITIZENS OF THE FUTURE. Join the movement now to SPARK your true potential!

What to expect

  • Inspiring Talks
  • Creative & Innovative Workshop
  • Exhibitions from Startups
  • Great Food and Beverages
  • Live Performances and Showcasing
  • Fun Activities

Our Speakers

Nadhir Ashafiq

Nadhir Ashafiq is the Co-Founder & Executive Director of TheLorry – an on-demand logistics platform that connects customers to lorry, van and 4×4 drivers. He previously co-founded Glokalise, a social networking app and has experience working in air freight logistics and investment banking. Nadhir is a recipient of Forbes Asia’s 30 Under 30 Award.

Hisham Talib

An architect by training, a serial entrepreneur in practice, he has worked as Regional Sales Head of a Singapore-based multinational corporation and Business Development positions in construction, architecture and F&B. Marrying both his architectural background and passion for the F&B industry, Hisham has opened restaurants in Malaysia, Cambodia and Myanmar. As a result, he has seen the how regional market grew and believes that PasarTap has the potential to solve one of the biggest issues that face the ASEAN region. Apart from football and all things F&B, he is passionate about the supply chain and how it needs to be revamped.

Andrew Yong

Andrew Yong is the co-founder of 100% Project, a Malaysian online crowdfunding website that helps teachers fund their classroom projects. Applying his background in technology entrepreneurship, Andrew has built a platform that has raised close to RM1,000,000 for classrooms throughout Malaysia.

Koh Cha-Ly is a one-stop property information technology portal providing transacted data, news and information on Malaysia’s property market. The data company cleanses and analyses large amounts of city data, through its proprietary algorithms and aims to make the real estate market more transparent, accessible and fair for homeowner and homebuyers.