After four months, the Global Accelerator Programme (GAP) 2019 programme – which is meant to provide the necessary skills, tools and networks for startups keen on expanding in Southeast Asia (SEA) – officially concluded on 13 Nov.
It ended with the GAP Demo Day, held at the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) Campus in Cyberjaya. This Demo Day is a graduation of sorts for the program, which saw participating startups present their pitches to an invite-only audience made up of investors, partners and mentors.
The audience includes Tengku Amir Shah, the Crown Prince of Selangor and the founder and royal patron of the Selangor Youth Community.
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