Malaysia startup has bagged $33,719 (MYR150,000) in grants and investments at the K-Startup Grand Challenge — an acceleration program for foreign startups by the Korean government. The local startup, which is a portfolio company of venture capital firm Gobi Partners, connects students to corporate sponsors for events.

Valued at more than $1 million, they are now on 20 Korean university campuses, working with tens of thousands of students. The startup is among the 20 startups to receive such grants from the Korean government’s program.

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