NEWS

WHAT IS THE WORLD SAYING ABOUT HiGi ENERGY? WHAT DO WE HAVE TO SAY TO THE WORLD?

“Want to Learn English? There’s an App for That”

HiGi Energy is making buzz in Silicon Valley. It was chosen to be one of the participants in the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, an event attended by individuals coming from not less than 170 countries. Additionally, renowned personalities such as Barack Obama, Mark Zuckerberg and Sundar Pichai graced the event. In an interview. HiGi Energy’s CEO Jackie Yap shared a bit of what made him made entrepreneurship his life goal.

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“Vietnamese Entrepreneur Wins First Prize at US Tech Competition”

Words about HiGi Energy has already reached Vietnam. Yap Chee Wei, a 24-year-old Malaysian entrepreneur who won the second prize at the GIST Tech-I Pitch Competition, attends the 2016 GES held from June 22 to 24, 2016 at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.

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“Startup : Leading Social Change”

Jackie Yap Chee Wei, along with Nurfarini Daing [CEO of myHarapan] Katka Letzing [Program Director of Startup Malaysia.org and AsianLaunchpad] was featured in an online radio station and there they shared about their standpoint on how it is to run a startup, as well as their experiences in having or helping one.

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“GIST Tech-I Pitch Competition 2016 Announces Winners”

HiGi Energy declared as the 2nd placer in the startup category. Participants in this Tech-I Pitch Competition Finals were chosen from over 1,000 applications submitted by science and technology entrepreneurs in 135 emerging economies.

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“A Diverse Team: The Secret to HiGi Energy’s Success”

Meet the team behind HiGi Energy, as introduced by no other than Jackie Yap, the CEO. Here, he talked about how diverse they are, how they worked around it, and the benefits of them being such.

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HiGi Energy at vbuzz

Jackie Yap represented HiGi Energy in vbuzz, an english talk show in Malaysia, together with Doreen Loo of MyHarapan. Here they talked about how the innovation of HiGi Energy contributes to the global effort of reducing carbon footprint. At the same time, MyHarapan emphasized the three things they are looking for in a startup: social impact, scalability and sustainability.

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“Breaking barriers: Asean youths turn water lilies into cooking fuel”

The Philippine media is catching up with the trend. Philstar, the country’s leading newspaper, has also featured HiGi Energy. Here, it accounts the different phases that the startup went through in the Philippines, the ups and the downs, and it also describes the people that the startup is helping.

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