Five Malaysians win scholarships to YouNoodle Camp in San Francisco
June 26, 2012 by Terence LEE
Five Malaysians have won scholarships to attend the YouNoodle Camp, a month-long acceleration program in San Francisco.
The first prize winner is Ai Chong Goh, founder of Piktochart, a web app that helps non-designers create infographics. The other winners are: James Khoo, founder of SecQme; Bryan Gan, founder of OctoApp; Melvin Wong of FanXT, and Fadzli Anuar of Voucherers.
The winners will get a chance to network with venture capitalists and receive mentorship from experienced entrepreneurs. The camp is held from 2nd to 27th July.
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