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Scott Su

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What's included?

Curated Mentorship

Utilize your 7-hours complimentary mentorship throughout this 5-month programme to strengthen weak links in your business model with mentors of your choice

Direct Discussions

Get hands-on advice and curated guidance with any listed Local or International Mentor from a pool of over 50 mentors.

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How to schedule a meeting?


Review your Credits

Every Startup is commissioned with 7 hours of additional credit hours to reach out to Ad-Hoc Mentors of your choice.

Kindly email to be assigned to the listings of Ad-Hoc Mentors of your choice 2 weeks beforehand.

Book Mentors

You will be enrolled into individual mentor listing, enabling you to access profiles of Mentors & book their slots accordingly.

Get Rolling

Be punctual in attending all sessions. Do not forget to complete the feedback form after each session for us to ensure you are receiving the best guidance.

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Meet the mentor

Scott Su

Scott is actively working the AgTech start up space in Malaysia. He has led the Technology Ventures Unit at Sime Darby Plantation R&D for the last 9 years, doing technology scouting, collaborations, and intellectual property strategy. During his time there he has also headed up an Advanced AgTech and Data Sciences team comprised of geospatial scientists, engineers, computer programmers, and data scientists tasked to develop solutions for the industry.

Previously he has had roles in the medical services industry and biomedical research. With a background in science and business he is cautiously optimistic about the world if we can apply the right technologies to the right problems!

 Areas of Expertise: Technology, Business strategy, Valuation, Intellectual Property
"All successful start-ups are alike; each unsuccessful start-up is unsuccessful in its own way. You’ll need to get a lot of different things right. Hey, nobody said it would be easy! Luckily there are those that want to help you succeed – find them!"