Agensi Inovasi Malaysia
The ‘Malaysia Commercialisation Year’ declared for 2016 catches DNA founder Karamjit Singh’s attention, who admits he did not pay much attention to it when 2014 was similarly declared a ‘Commercialisation Year.’
Malaysia is not lacking in creativity and innovation, but what is lacking is perhaps execution, according to panellists at a discussion organised by Agensi Inovasi Malaysia and Digital News Asia (DNA) in Kuala Lumpur on Oct 6.
Small businesses may be missing out on accessing finance, investment opportunities and potential tax breaks because they are failing to properly measure and report the value of their ideas and innovations, according to the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
Digi has launched Digi Empower Societies, a catch-all initiative which combines its various community programmes that it said would help build strong digital communities that can participate, navigate and thrive in the Internet economy.
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