Recently, a significant meeting took place between Pandai Education and Leave A Nest Malaysia, setting the stage for potential collaborations in technology research and development (R&D) as well as market expansion.
The meeting brought together key stakeholders from both organizations, including Pandai CEO, Khairul Anwar, Pandai CTO, Akmal Akhpah, Pandai Head of Product, Raja Nazatul Akma, with the esteemed presence of Leave A Nest’s top executives. Among them were Dr. Yukihiro Maru, the group CEO of Leave A Nest, Dr. Yuko Ueno, the director of Leave A Nest Malaysia, and Abdul Hakim Sahidi, the managing director of Leave A Nest Malaysia.
Leave A Nest’s impressive pedigree as a science venture company and a leading deep-tech research group sets the stage for a potent collaboration. Founded in Japan in 2001, Leave A Nest has grown into a global entity with offices in the US, UK, Singapore, Japan, Vietnam, and now, Malaysia. The company’s multifaceted approach encompasses science and technology education, support for technology companies, and strategic investments in startups.
One of the focal points of the discussion centred around technology research and development. Leave A Nest’s wealth of experience and expertise in this domain positions them as a valuable partner for Pandai Education. Pandai aims to enhance its technological infrastructure, ensuring that it remains at the forefront of educational innovation.
As Pandai and Leave A Nest embark on this collaborative journey, the potential impact on the education and technology landscape is profound. The combined strengths of these entities create a powerhouse that can drive meaningful change, not only in the way education is delivered but also in advancing technological solutions that address the evolving needs of learners.