Calling all entrepreneurs: Stand a chance to get your business up and running with TVS’ CrocodileByte reality show

TVS business pitching reality TV show CrocodileByte is now ready to accept participants.

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KUCHING, Nov 27: TV Sarawak (TVS) is calling all business entrepreneurs to participate in business pitch reality TV show CrocodileByte, to pitch their business or startup to potential investors.

Initiated by Sarawak Digital Economy Corporation (SEDC), CrocodileByte invites business owners to pitch their ideas that will be tested later on, and qualified contestants will have an opportunity to secure funding or investment.

“As part of Sarawak Digital, SDEC collaborates with TVS and pitchIn as media and programme partners in organising CrocodileByte. Contestants can freely pitch their ideas to investors for the purpose of business expansion.

“Contestants will also be equipped with the necessary skills to survive the ‘Ngap’ via webinar before presenting their ideas to the investors, who are all CEO and director of public traded companies that are eyeing for high impact investment,” it said.

The Sarawak-owned TV station noted, in order to be qualified for the programme, the business must be incorporated in Malaysia with 51 per cent of its equity owned by a Sarawakian.

It said the scope of the business activity (products/services) must also involve at least one in Tech Startups, Digital Enabled Business (eCommerce), Social Enterprises, Digital Creatives, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Enablers, Artist and Artisans or Innovative Food and Beverage (F&B) Services.

“TVS nurtures local talents and is devoted to working together with local content creators in providing original and inspiring contents,” the statement read.

Interested participants can visit the website at to know more about the details and criteria, as well as to register and pitch their business.

The closing date for the registration will be on Friday, Dec 31. — DayakDaily