Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre recently had their monthly Grill N Chill session at their Cyberjaya headquarters. 5 startups presented their 5 minute pitches followed by a 5 minute ‘grilling’ session with the invited Grillers.
The most recent one had two Grillers, Shahril Shaik Hussain, CEO of Myventures Solution and Ang Kok Seong, co-founder of Helpr.
The session went on for about an hour and by the end of it, I noticed that there were some intense questions being asked. It’s understandable considering it was a grilling session but it seemed that some of the startups attending were left a little taken...
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