ZeptoExpress has been selected to be part of a group of Malaysian startups to learn from the world-renowned faculty and industry experts from Stanford University. The [email protected] Program organized by Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) with partnership with Stanford.
This program was an impressive innovation and entrepreneurship program at Stanford University and Silicon Valley. As an experienced entrepreneur, whom want to grow our businesses, being exposed fully to Stanford & Silicon Valley innovation thinking surely make us want to work intensively on our startups.
We learned to examine business opportunities with sharpened eyes while also improve plans regarding product design and development, execution, and go to market. We also gain invaluable insights from Stanford faculty, build relationships with potential mentors and investors in the Valley, and develop peer-to-peer support network with fellow entrepreneurs.
On 10 August 2017 has been held Digital Economy Forum 3.0 at the Sunway Putra Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. This event will be discussed with the industry practitioner, where the Malaysia Digital Chamber of Commerce, provides a rare opportunity for leaders of the business community to conversant on topics pertaining to Digital Economy during a day forum.
ZeptoExpress was proud to be selected as a strategic partner for this program. We also has been selected to be one of the speakers for discussing on the topic Sharing Economy: Innovating Business Landscape in Malaysia.
The sharing economy is a social ecosystem built around of assets via a digital platform to create economic value through increased utilization of resources between individuals, business and governments. The sharing economy promotes self employment and entrepreneurship.
According to the Nielsen Global Share Community Report 2014, 68% of the global population were willing to participate in the sharing economy in Malaysia. With a thriving digital economy and strong fundamentals in place, Malaysia hopes to become the leader in the region in terms of the sharing economy certainly could become reality in the future.