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If you have a business idea that you’re looking to turn into a viable business, iLabs Accelerator program is looking for you. The program (in partnership with Sunway University and NEXA Accelerator) offers a 6-month training to help grow tech and non-tech startups to great companies.

According to the iLabs Accelerator website, “Our accelerator is industry-driven and result oriented. We want our entrepreneurs to spend their time working on their startup and growth. For this reason, we do not conduct classes. Instead, we have regular customized one-on-one sessions with each startup. We will connect you with the experts each of you need to ensure fast progress. Finally, we will have exclusive networking dinners with experienced entrepreneurs and advisors to share insights and personal experiences.”

Startups accelerator program runs for 6 months and is open to all nationalities

Applications are open until 31 December and welcome from all nationalities, with the condition that you must incorporate your startup in Malaysia if accepted into the accelerator program.

Some benefits of joining the program include RM50,000 cash in seed funding for accepted applications, access to legal resources and Google credit worth more than RM150,000. Startups also get access to angel investors who can provide follow-on funding, Silicon Valley launchpad and investors, as well as Sunway University’s network of labs, researchers, experts, potential interns and more.

These and more in exchange for 8% equity in your startups.

Read more about the opportunity and apply on the iLabs Accelerator website.

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