Malaysia finally gets an incubator for startups: much like Y Combinator, TechStars, or Seedcamp, the aim of Grey Attic is to create eight to ten investment-ready businesses per year. If things go as planned, there will be up to two intakes a year, with a cap of six startups per batch.
The programs last 100 days – the startups are supposed to be ready to receive seed funding right after that.
Grey Attic is based out of Kuala Lumpur, and I am lucky to be one of the mentors of the incubator (there are a total of eight mentors at this point).
You can read more about Grey Attic in this article from Singaporean tech blog e27:
New Malaysian accelerator Grey Attic wants local startups to become empires