Five party public sector collaboration in Malaysia aims to create a more efficient funding and pitching platform.
SME Association of Malaysia president Michael Kang explains why SMEs are not ready to embrace digital and how to help them.
Most Malaysian SMEs are paying little attention to their mobile presence and ‘discoverability,’ despite Malaysia’s high mobile Internet penetration rate of 65% -- the third highest in SEA, according to Google.
SME Corp has launched its annual awards programme, Enterprise 50, with its chairman urging more women-owned SMEs to take part.
SME Corp CEO Hafsah Hashim shares her thoughts on what’s holding Malaysian SMEs back.
Indonesia recognises the value of SMEs, and is intent on developing and boosting the sector via technology adoption and digitalisation, but these aspirations face on-going challenges, writes Masyitha Baziad in this second of three parts.
The Malaysian Government’s Bumiputera Agenda Steering Unit (Teraju) said it has allocated RM120 million (US$29.9 million) for programmes it will be running with collaborators enable bumiputera entrepreneurs to be more competitive in both domestic and global markets.
MDeC, via its Digital Malaysia initiative, has announced the MyElite Biz SME Broadband Promotion Programme, which offers high-speed broadband and exclusive e-commerce incentives and training for SMEs.
The Malaysian Government has rolled out a slew of initiatives to encourage entrepreneurship, but needs to go one step further, writes Justin Santiago of Enzo Global.
PlaTCOM Ventures Sdn Bhd, an initiative formed between AIM and SME Corp, aims to be self-sustainable by as early as 2020. Its executive director Dr Viraj Perera explains how the company aims to achieve that goal when similar initiatives in the UK and US took 8-10 years to be self-sustainable.