Daily Markup #1013: Qarbotech one of top winners at AIM Startup Pitch Competition in Abu Dhabi; showcased SE Asia’s agritech to a global audience

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AIM for growth

  • Congratulations to 500-backed agritech startup Qarbotech for winning 3rd place at the AIM (Annual Investment Meeting) Startup Pitch Competition!
  • The team was one of 9 companies selected by Malaysia Venture Capital Management Berhad’s (MAVCAP) for Malaysia’s delegation to the AIM Congress 2024 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE), alongside two 500-backed companies Aerodyne and Braintree Technologies.
  • The annual AIM Startup Pitch Competition serves as a platform to foster innovation, competition, and market leadership among technology startups.
  • “Qarbotech is a testament to Malaysia’s innovative spirit and entrepreneurial culture as we focus on empowering smallholder farmers through our technological solutions,” shared Qarbotech Co-founder & CEO Chee Hoe Chor.
  • “Participating in the AIM Startup Pitch Competition with other Malaysian startups is a significant milestone for us as it was an opportunity to showcase our locally developed technology to a global audience. We believe that our technology has the potential to make a meaningful impact globally, and we are excited to share it with the world,” he added.
  • Read the full story here.

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