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Here are 12 Malaysian startups that recently got funded

A quick list of funded startups in Malaysia straight from our database. 

Check out Echelon Malaysia 2017's amazing speaker lineup

Want to engage with these speakers? Get your pass and engage with them today. 

Echelon is back! Kicking off 2017 with Echelon Malaysia

Find out what's new and how you can get involved with limited 1 for 1 access, available today. 

Grab: How we grew a business from 40 to 630,000 drivers

Grab now has a network of over 630,000 drivers across six countries in Southeast Asia. But our beginnings were decidedly humble 

Malaysia's stockphoto darling 123RF gets capital injection via venture debt

The deal was announced by InnoVen Capital, who also revealed a funding of the digital media company Conversant Solutions 

Logistics tech startup Ezyhaul raises over US$800K to expand in Southeast Asia

Ezyhaul allows clients to connect directly with transportation companies and make online bookings for domestic and cross-border transportation services, using an Uber-like technology platform 

This Malaysian startup aims to turn sound waves into money -- and it just raised funding

VAV secures US$556,000 from Axiata Digital Innovation Fund (ADIF), which is managed by Intres Capital Partners 

Infographic: 5 Malaysian e-commerce trends that will define 2017

As e-commerce continues to grow rapidly in Southeast Asia, it is critical for marketers to tweak their strategies to fit consumer trends 

Here's how these Malaysian twins aim to conquer Asia's gift and printing industry

With four companies under their belt, they have reaped in over US$6.35 million in revenue over three years 

Young but not n00bs: The 8 startups putting Asia on the online gaming map

They're ready to battle it out with the dominant forces of gaming 

This dope video from Carousell just put other marketing efforts to shame

For anyone looking for a guideline on what 'community building' means, this is a good start 

After the deal: How one-year-old KFit managed to acquire O2O behemoth Groupon's Malaysian business

With this acquisition, we have a strong base to deliver on the value proposition of pricing and discounts, says KFit Founder Joel Neoh 

Co-working gets spacious: FlySpaces acquires Malaysia’s 8spaces

The move will allow FlySpaces to accelerate growth in the Malaysian market 

What startups need to know about doing e-commerce in Southeast Asia

Some trends and perspectives for businesses looking to engage with customers through online and mobile channels 

With an aim to become a full-fledged O2O platform, KFit Group acquires Groupon Malaysia

Post-acquisition, Groupon Malaysia will transition into Fave and cover restaurants, beauty, wellness, gyms, studios, hotels, holidays, leisure, and entertainment 

This wellness startup wants Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong to go 'Om'

With a curated wellness travel experience, Om & Away aims to help clients relax and de-stress 

KL-based beauty advisory platform Favful raises US$500K in seed round led by Gobi Partners

It aims to use the newly-raised capital to expand to new countries and boost marketing efforts 

Startups need to balance customer feedback with own vision: Stephanie Crespin of StyleTribute

Team is probably 50 per cent of the chances of your startup's success. You can only afford to have stars. Fire fast and don’t make up excuses like giving second chances, she says 

Gobi Partners backs SaaS assets-monitoring startup IsItUp

IsItUp also offers onsite onboarding services, including QR code asset tagging, sorting through licenses, and uploading of asset information to the platform 

Crowdfunding startup Funding Societies gets in-principle CMS license

Funding Societies targets SMEs and wants to become a go-to alternative channel for businesses to find loans 

Malaysia's Supplycart raises US$500K to make buying office supplies a breeze

Launching Supplycart as a new brand is a strategy by Freshcart Founders Soh Shangrong and Jonathan Oh to get into different verticals without brand confusion