Revolutionising Corporate Innovation

Revolutionising Corporate Innovation

WHAT IS THE CORPORATE INNOVATION PROGRAMME?

Created Jan 2020, MDEC’s Corporate Innovation Programme connects corporate partners with start-ups to accelerate adoption of local innovation for greater value creation.

This year, MDEC has engaged with over 85 corporate partners & has uncovered over 77 problem statements.

HARNESSING MEANINGFUL PARTNERSHIPS

QUICK FACTS

85

Companies Engagement

77

Problem Statements Uncovered

1250

Tech Companies Channelled

OUR CORPORATE PARTNERS

MDEC encourages all organisations to adopt digitalisation and continuously innovate.

MDEC encourages all organisations to adopt digitalisation and continuously innovate.

This programme is only applicable for Corporates

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

MDEC Innovation Exchange (MIX) is an essential link between tech solution providers and the corporates. Startups possess ideas to solve current problems faced within variety of industries, bringing new ideas and solutions to enrich the industry.  MIX bridges startups with corporates to ensure sustainability between the two with discovery and identification of new talents, business models and innovations provided by startups.

There is no application fee

This programme sets up the public perception of engaged corporates as a game changer pushing for advancement toward the industry, whilst contributing to the success of the Malaysian startup ecosystem.

Yes. There would be multiple projects/programmes that companies can apply for.

There are no eligibility criteria. It is open to all corporates that would like to enter the innovation space.

Interested parties are only required to fill in the digital form provided in the registration link.

MDEC Innovation Exchange (MIX) team will contact the companies via email upon receiving the application.

This is an ongoing program. There is no closing date for this program.

Yes. Partners who are doing a similar initiative are welcome to collaborate with MDEC.

Yes. We are able to sign non-disclosure agreement to protect your trade secrets.

Every situation is unique. However, there are fairly common steps which will be taken as follows:

  1. Initial discussion to understand your needs.
  2. MDEC review your problem statements or pain points.
  3. Follow-up discussion on the solutioning and execution.