About this event
Accelerating Asia is hosting a small happy hour event exclusively for investors in Malaysia and opening it up to our Malaysia-based community.
It will be a great chance to hang out with our team including Amra Naidoo, Accelerating Asia's co-founder and General Partner, meet some of our portfolio companies, and connect with other investors and partners in Malaysia. It’ll be a casual, intimate event to meet with some of our community and update everyone on some of our plans for the year.
The venue details will be released upon confirmation of your RSVP as the intention is for this event to be very curated and space is limited, we would appreciate it if you please don’t share this invite publicly. And if you’re a startup, don’t worry, we’ll have an event soon for you too ;)
Please make sure to read our Code of Conduct before registering for the event: https://www.acceleratingasia.com/code-of-conduct
Accelerating Asia reserves the right to refuse entry or ask guests who don’t meet our standards and/or our vision for the startup ecosystem to leave our venue.
This event will end strictly at 7 PM.
Please contact Accelerating Asia at email@example.com for all inquiries regarding this event.
About Amra Naidoo
For close to a decade, Amra has spearheaded high-impact partnerships and programs including the award-winning UN Women global social entrepreneurship program, Project Inspire and was a key contributor to muru-D’s startup selections including investing into Shop Up. It is this outlook and depth of experience that has fostered a unique perspective and market understanding of the early stage ecosystem helping to establish Accelerating Asia as one of the top startup accelerators in Asia.
She is the Southeast Asia Lead for Impact Capital and Outgoing Curator for the Global Shapers Singapore Hub, an initiative of the World Economic Forum and is the host and creator of the Doing Good Podcast.
Accelerating Asia invests in startups with scalable technology solutions and revenue generating business models that combine purpose with profit.
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