Digital economy playing increasingly significant role during the pandemic US$164mil in total allocated for digitalisation of SMEs and micro SMEs
Significant changes in the workplace are beginning to take place today and professionals are feeling the impact.
Digital entrepreneurship knowledge is now more accessible to Malaysian micro-entrepreneurs.
MDEC welcomes provisions to move the Malaysian economy into a digital future.
MDEC has rolled out its #YouCanDuit campaign in the state of Terengganu, to get Malaysians to use online digital platforms to generate more income.
Buoyed by the performance of MSC Malaysia in 2015, MDEC is confident that Malaysia will continue to be an attractive investment destination for foreign and domestic companies.
Having achieved “promising results” with its pilot projects, MDeC wants to extend its eUsahawan curriculum to more technical and vocational education and training institutions in 2016.
While many industry players were largely enthusiastic about the national Budget 2016 that Malaysian Prime Minister and Finance Minister Najib Razak tabled in Parliament on Oct 23, some concerns remained.
Recognising that the majority of Malaysian mobile phone users, especially youth, are on prepaid accounts, the Government will be providing rebates on the Goods and Services Tax (GST) for prepaid cards, Finance Minister Najib Razak said while tabling the national Budget 2016 in Parliament.
MDeC has rolled out the national ‘eRezeki’ programme, aimed at providing additional earnings to Malaysians with a monthly household income of below RM4,000 (US$1,070), also referred to as the Bottom-40 (B40) group.