Strong digital talent pipeline only possible when industry, academia & government form tight collaboration
Through various partnerships with IHLs, MDEC has been able to build several meaningful programmes that help ensure future digital industry graduates are more employable.
MDEC’s eUsahwan programme has shown micro entrepreneurs how digital marketing can them give a step up.
Objective is to put them on the path to be 4IR ready and a part of Digital Malaysia.
Surge in participation from eUsahawan micro-SMEs from 100 in 2017 to 338 Export revenue increased from US$9.3mil GMV in 2017 to US$12.2 mil
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.
Celcom has signed an MoU with MDeC which will see it becoming the digital partner for the latter’s eUsahawan digital entrepreneurship programme.