#MyDigitalMaker Virtual Fair 2020 attracts 19k visitors, sets path towards accelerating youth digital readiness in Malaysia
The first virtual version of MDEC’s annual event is a week-long event of workshops, webinars and competitions aimed at future-proofing careers of today’s Malaysian youths. One can say that it went well.
Since 2016, 100,000+ teachers trained in Computational Thinking, impacting 1.3mil students MDEC says since Covid-19 there has been even greater interest by students, parents & teachers
#MyDigitalMaker Virtual Fair 2020 Opens with Goal of Pushing Malaysia’s Digital Skills for Youth Agenda
Extends pursuit of cultivating interest in digital skills and capabilities Also feature job-matching platform to prepare next-gen workforce
With Malaysia 5.0, digital economy can contribute to sustainable and circular economy According to IMF, Islamic Fintech still in infancy with just a handful of startups
Single IdeaHub Smart Screen shared with schools in Indera Mahkota Part of efforts to support UN Sustainable Development Goals on education
Covid-19 has made SOLS 24/7 to completely rethink how they work and create impact in the new normal. For founder and CEO, Raj Ridvan Singh, the challenge is to rethink the way we study.
As Malaysia’s digitalisation grows, upskilling and reskilling becomes more crucial. Thankfully, Malaysia is not short of institutions and resources to do so, thanks to the likes of Forward School, NEXT Academy and Akademi GA.
Workers must be equipped for shift in skills demand in job market Need to resolve glaring gap between talent graduating & digital skills sought
As part of a wide ranging platter of incentives announced to combat any impact from the Covid-19 virus, rural entrepreneurs receive a digital boost worth US$4.72 million.
Tech intensity is a firm’s level of tech adoption multiplied by level of tech capabilities Grab partnership all about upskilling of drivers, merchant-partners, as well as their families