Microsoft's Ctrl+Alt+Compete Documentary Targets 20,000 Viewers
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Microsoft recently held a premiere screening of its award-winning documentary, Ctrl+Alt+Compete at Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC).
Also, in a strategic partnership with GSC, Microsoft hopes to reach an additional 20,000 viewers through a six-month long campaign beginning in June. The documentary will be screened for the public on three consecutive Saturdays beginning June 23 and all three screenings will be held at 10.00am at Hall 4, GSC Mid Valley.
“Through this documentary, we hope to inspire 20,000 individuals in Malaysia to raise their interest in technology entrepreneurship. This is because we believe technology entrepreneurship is fundamentally changing the world,” said Peter Tam, Director of Local Software Innovations, Malaysian Software Economy, Microsoft Malaysia.
“We decided to engage the start-up community in an unconventional way so that we can jumpstart the conversation about Microsoft as a citizen of the broader technology community and the programs and platforms we have that can help support start-ups in their journey,” commented Peter Tam, Director of Local Software Innovations, Malaysian Software Economy, Microsoft Malaysia.
In addition to the screenings at GSC, 10 other supporting organizations will also be hosting private screenings for their respective communities beginning in the month of July, including:
- BQE (Building Quality Entrepreneurs)
- MAD Inc.
- MOBIG (Mobile Industry Group)
- MSC Malaysia
- Plug and Play Malaysia.com
- SIFE Malaysia
- Startup Malaysia
- Technopreneurs Association of Malaysia (TeAM)
- Youth Jam
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