14/06/2023 09:19 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, June 14 (Bernama) -- Cyberview Sdn Bhd, a tech hub developer, has opened applications for the Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator (CLLA) programme, one of the longest-running accelerator programmes in the country.

Its Technology Hub Development Division head Shafinaz Salim said the programme underlines Cyberview’s commitment to providing an ecosystem enabling research, development and commercialisation, specifically to strengthen and empower the start-up scene.

“Through the CLLA programme, Cyberview has specifically focused on smart city solutions across three of Cyberjaya’s smart city pillars which are smart economy, smart environment and smart society.

“We are proud to have supported start-ups innovating various solutions in the spaces of fintech, robotics, blockchains, health tech, prop tech, edutech and mobility,” she said in a statement today.

Shafinaz said the CLLA programme serves as a launchpad for start-ups to accelerate growth, bring ideas and solutions to life as well as enable start-ups to test, pilot and validate solutions before commercialisation.

Since its launch in 2013, Cyberview had invested more than RM6 million into start-ups, ensuring viable solutions were adequately supported towards commercialisation with over RM252 million in total investments raised and more than RM775 million in cumulative revenue recorded.

It has also nurtured 90 start-ups in which the programme has collectively impacted the economy through the creation of more than 1,400 jobs, and among the successful alumni of the programme are TheLorry, a land logistics platform; Billplz, a payment platform for organisations; and Pandaia smart revision app.

She said the programme is seeking applications from start-ups that are searching for an ecosystem to help kickstart and boost their innovative solutions and similarly, Cyberview is looking for start-ups working in the areas of smart living solutions, digitisation and data solutions, industrial Internet of Things (IoT), robotics, and green technology.

In the five-month intensive programme, Cyberview will provide selected start-ups with a space at Colnnov8, Cyberview’s collaborative smart city co-working space, resources, facilities, business advisory and mentorship, networking, as well as market access opportunities cumulatively valued at more than RM100,000 for each participating start-up.

Upon completion of the CLLA programme, the start-ups will also gain access to piloting opportunities, immediately execute go-to-market strategies, or begin sourcing for additional funding from local, regional or global investors, facilitated further by Cyberview.

“With the government’s Malaysia Madani concept pushing for innovation and creativity, tech start-ups are certain to have a bigger role to play in advancing the nation.

“Towards this end, the CLLA programme, which focuses on nurturing start-ups, is in alignment with the national agenda of growing Malaysia’s economy through technology,” Shafinaz added.

She said apart from valuable mentorship and dynamic and sustainable business strategies, start-ups will gain valuable access to Cyberview’s network of investors, government agencies, corporations and ecosystem partners for strategic partnerships and collaborations.

Applications to join the CLLA programme are open until June 30, 2023. Interested start-ups can head over to for more details on how to register.




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