Reports, guidebooks, and blueprints exclusively curated by MaGIC
A foresight visualisation project of more than 70 trends across 4 cluster areas (Smart Cities, Social Innovations, Supply Chains, Finance) and validated by over 600 points of references and sources. The Trends Radar 2017 / 2018 have observed and tabulated the trends of 2017 to forecast what’s coming in 2018. Each individual trends are paired with insights into the possibilities & challenges of the future.
There are an estimated 7,000 startups in South East Asia. With some 1,000 have received funding, only half of these received funding beyond seed. However, between 2016 and Q3 2017, Southeast Asian internet companies were able to raise more than $12B of capital, up from just $1B in 2015 indicative of the growing focus on the region. Find out more from this presentation by Aditya Tuli, VP of Tech at MaGIC during the GECS 2017 Policy Roundtable.
This Innovation State Report focusses on innovation-driven entrepreneurship in Malaysia. The research carried out for this report studies innovation indicators that relate to entrepreneurship taking multiple views from across the innovation ecosystem to map the activities, support, opportunities, and challenges in improving Malaysia's innovation performance.
We believe a big crucial part of the answer lies in developing Innovation Superclusters for Future Economies. Superclusters are large network innovation platforms, connecting multiple actors across a wide ecosystem, including startups, corporates, regulators, risk capital and academics. The superclusters will be designed around future high growth sectors for Malaysia.
The Malaysian Social Enterprise Blueprint is a three-year roadmap that aims to develop the Malaysian social enterprise sector to be self-sustainable, equitable and people centric in order to empower impact driven entrepreneurs.
The MaGIC Social Entrepreneurship (SE) team often gets questions on SE, the definition, the concept, SE business model and more. Hence, this book provides a guidance to answer the most commonly asked questions in regards of SE in Malaysia. This guidebook is done in two languages, English and Bahasa Malaysia. Do download the guidebook to better understand the concept of SE in Malaysia.
As ‘social enterprise’ is not a recognised legal entity at the moment, navigating the current legal system can be a challenge given the fragmented information available. This publication provides fundamental information on governance, structure options and key operational matters for aspiring and existing social entrepreneurs to better navigate the current legal system in setting up or operating their social enterprise.
The report, ‘State of Social Enterprise in Malaysia 2014/2015′, aims to present a clear snapshot of the current state of the social enterprise sector and its ecosystem players..The report summarises the social enterprises operating in Malaysia, the sector overall as well as how the social entrepreneurs see the future of the sector.
This report is a brief overview of the Malaysian Startup and Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in 2016 and is based on research through multiple data platforms, viewpoints from seasoned entrepreneurs, websites and resources such MaGIC’s Startup Database, the opinions of individuals at MaGIC, Pitchbook, Tech In Asia, Tracxn, Vulcanpost, Worldbank and Government portals to name a few.