Program ePemula akan sokong komuniti perniagaan tempatan

CYBERJAYA – Peruntukan sebanyak RM300 juta bagi Program ePemula diharap akan menggalakkan pengguna untuk menyokong komuniti perniagaan tempatan, khususnya perusahaan kecil dan sederhana (PKS) mikro yang amat terkesan akibat pandemik.Program ePemula menekankan penggunaan e-Dompet atau e-tunai untuk pembelian secara fizikal. Baca artikel penuh disini: https://malaysiagazette.com/2022/04/15/program-epemula-akan-sokong-komuniti-perniagaan-tempatan/

Number of SMEs decreases by 7.3%

The number of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) have declined by 7.3% for the period between 2020 and July 2021, SME Corp Malaysia CEO Rizal Nainy. This is due to the pandemic and Movement Control Orders (MCOs) as well as the floods in December last year which affected many SMEs.“The decline is not surprising […]

ASEAN SME Academy 2.0 A Regional Approach To Support Businesses

“The ASEAN SME Academy 2.0 is a partnership between the U.S. private sector, the U.S. Government, and ASEAN to help empower small businesses in Southeast Asia,” said Ambassador Ted Osius, President and CEO of US-ABC, in his remarks. “During the COVID-19 pandemic, it became clear that small businesses needed to adapt in order to survive […]