MaGIC opens first centre outside Klang Valley at Borneo 744

Treasury secretary-general Tan Sri Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah plays a drum to launch MaGIC Sarawak@Borneo744. From left are MaGIC Asean Centre of Entrepreneur, Community and Outreach executive director Ehon Chan, National Strategic Unit director Datuk Aminuddin Hassim, Deputy State Secretary Datu Jaul Samion and Ashran.

KUCHING: The Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) launched its first physical presence outside the Klang Valley at Borneo 744 Bintawa here, yesterday.

MaGIC Sarawak@Borneo744 is part of MaGIC’s outreach and engagement efforts to foster a vibrant entrepreneurship ecosystem nationwide.

“We hope to work closely with the state agencies, community builders and NGOs, entrepreneurs as well as making sure all the efforts are sustainable. We welcome opportunities to work, collaborate together to create more innovative and creative entrepreneurs,” said MaGIC chief executive officer Ashran Datuk Ghazi.

MaGIC Sarawak aims to equip entrepreneurs with the relevant skills and capabilities required to build their innovative solutions and promote creative thinking.

The centre will provide a one-stop space for budding and existing entrepreneurs to work, learn, and play.

In conjunction with its opening, the co-working space in MaGIC Sarawak @Borneo 744 is offering free 100-day all access passes for the first 100 sign ups.

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