Cyberview invites tech startups to participate in CLLA programme

KUALA LUMPUR (June 20): Cyberjaya tech hub developer, Cyberview Sdn Bhd (Cyberview) is inviting tech startups to participate in the 14th cohort of the Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator (CLLA) programme.

In a statement yesterday, Cyberview said that it is seeking potential startups in the fields of financial technology, Internet-of-Things (IoT), robotics, artificial intelligence and retail technology for the programme, especially those which can offer smart mobility, smart healthcare and digital creative solutions.

Development division head Shafinaz Salim said the intensive five-month programme would enable the companies to develop solutions to enhance Cyberjaya’s smart city offerings.

“Participants will be provided with resources, facilities, mentorship, networking and market access opportunities that are worth more than RM100,000.

“They will be based in Colnnov8, a smart city collaborative space provided by Cyberview,” she said.

Upon completion of the programme, the startups can either pilot their solutions and technologies or immediately execute their go-to-market strategies such as market access, sourcing for additional funding or commercialisation.

The CLLA programme is open for applications from June 18-30, 2020.

Interested startups can register and obtain further details at

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