Mach by Hong Leong Bank has launched a unique digital campaign called 'The Third Way of Shopping,' aimed at the Gen Y segment to promote responsible shopping.
The Budget 2013 proposed by Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak has no mention at all of his most recent ‘transformation program,’ Digital Malaysia – which is a hint of how highly the current administration views ICT, argues DNA executive editor A. Asohan.
CEO dispels notion that Digital Malaysia is an MDeC project Going with single agency lead will result in resistance from other stakeholders
The Digital Malaysia masterplan to transform the nation into a fully-developed digital economy should focus on policies and not projects, said a successful dotcom entrepreneur at the DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel discussion on With Digital Malaysia, is MDeC still relevant?
MDeC believes that Budget 2013 will continue the momentum of Budget 2012’s focus on innovation by pushing a more pervasive adoption of ICT and digital technologies at all levels of society … and has some suggestions for the Malaysian Government.
The contribution of SMEs to Malaysia's GDP rose from 29.5% in 2005 to 32.5 in 2011. If Malaysia dares to dream of being a developed nation by 2020, the contribution of SMEs to GDP has to touch at least 40% -- which is SME Corp's task, says its CEO.
It is probably the first of the much anticipated Digital Malaysia slew of entry point projects (EPPs) to be go live. As of Sept 1, 2012 SME Corporation Malaysia has quietly launched the Enabling ePayment for SMEs and Micro Enterprises EPP under Digital Malaysia.
The Technopreneurs Association of Malaysia (TeAM) is reviving its monthly learning, growing and sharing get-togethers, this time in association with newly-launched technology news portal Digital News Asia (DNA), this time rebranded as the DNA-TeAM Disrupt series.
An amendment was made to the Evidence Act 1950 without consultation, with nary a debate, with absolutely no discussion with the people of Malaysia, and without due consideration for the facts. We strongly protest.
CIJ urges websites and online businesses to participate in Blackout Day in the hopes that people will learn more and take action; meanwhile MDeC believes that the proposed amendment will have little or no dampening effect on the digital economy.