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CEOs of Malaysia’s Largest Banks Share Top 10 Changing Trends in Banking Industry for Business

CEO Roundtable: Leadership in a Changing Global and Regional Financial Landscape at the 18th Malaysian Banking SummitThoughts from a Gen Y in the Corporate World during the CEO Rountable, summarised in 10 key points.

Panelist:

–        Mr. Ashok Ramamurthy, Group Managing Director, AmBank Group

–        Mr. Goh Peng Ooi, Chairman, Silverlake Axis Ltd

–        Datuk Abdul Farid Alias, President, Malayan Banking Berhad

–        Mr. Osman Morad, CEO of Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia Berhad

–        Mr. Sanjeev Nanavati, CEO Citibank Berhad

Moderated by: Tan Sri Ramon Navaratnam, Director, ASLI & former CEO, Bank Buruh

CEOs of Top Banks Share 10 Changing Trends in Finance & Banking

1. 30 million in Malaysia is not enough; we need to grow beyond that. As an entrepreneur, look at scalability, can we go beyond our shores of 30 million to reach a potential of 600 million across the ASEAN region?

2. Productivity is the name of the game. Always measure and benchmark. Passion, drive and grit is key but ensuring that you and your employees are productive is essential via benchmarking and as Dory says it in finding Nemo, ‘Just keep swimming.. Just keep swimming..’

3. A banker has to be a good juggler, keep everything in balance. Margins are shrinking, there is a chase for liquidity and sticky deposits which is at odds with growth and shift of power with the rising middle class. Leaders need to balance this.

4. In a CEO’s role lining up priorities, there is a restorative role in credibility and reputation. We have to create a set of values to create a corporate identity, known to the community.

CEOs share Top Traits that they are Looking for in Talents
CEOs share Top Traits that they are Looking for in Talents

5. Bankers are not great innovators but we are not too bad at cloning things. Sometimes, a good idea there is a good idea here.

6. Banking used to be a lifetime job, Gen Y now believes in doing what you are passionate about. People now jump jobs for small amounts of increment, so do customers. How do we respond to this?

7. Banking is really a business of human interactions. In fact, majority of businesses consist of a series of human interactions. Knowing this, it is important to learn to delight, motivate and lead.. humans.

8. Leadership is contextual: what makes a good leader at one point in time and place doesn’t make him a good leader elsewhere.

9. Problems but opportunities: There is rising prosperity, pervasive technology; an acute shortness was of talent but greater opportunity for banks to separate themselves.

10. The story of the frog in boiling water – our business is being chipped away by technology, a slow erosion we need to address. Transaction is now instantaneous, instant gratification. It used to be via branches but now there are various touch points for customers.

In conclusion, banks need to understand how to unlock the value within the area in which they operate.

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Jason Lee is an International Graduate, Standard Chartered Bank graduate programme. As a Gen Y in corporate world, he believes that there is an abundance of opportunities to be entrepreneurial wherever we operate. Connect with him @jasonleecj on Twitter.

10 Leadership lessons by CEO of Bursa Malaysia

In collaboration with Bursa Malaysia, members of the Young Corporate Malaysians were specially invited to a Buka Puasa with Dato Tajuddin Atan, CEO of Bursa Malaysia, on Wednesday the 16th of July 2014. Below are 10 Leadership lessons at the Bursa Listing Gallery.
1. Acquire and develop knowledge and skills in your chosen skills. Understand how systems, structures and standard operating procedures of work.

Lesson: once you have chosen specific field, practice what Malcom Gladwell popularized as the 10,000-hour rule. Spending enough time on a specific skill will get you somewhere.

2. Be the expert. Mediocre doesn’t make the cut to success. Regardless of colour creed and gender, you need to be the best.

Lesson: Robert Greene is his book entitled Mastery shared about how there are universal ingredients and traits in the part to mastery. A major part of it is becoming an expert in something.

3. There is no shortcut to success. In one organisation, how may CEOs can there be? there can only be one. You have to work hard.

Lesson: Dato’ Tajuddin was clear that he had to work hard and at time even slept at office to get a piece of work done. There is no shortcut and he was CEO of 5 organisations because of his grit and determination.
4. Analyse your circumstances and environment. He made a career decision to stay when he bosses left. This opened up opportunities for him.

Lesson: There is power in understanding your environment. During the good times when the market was up, a lot of people in the treasury team decide to venture on their own but Dato’ Tajuddin decided to stay on and it was one of the best career decisions he has made.
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5. Continue to reinvent yourself. Make calculated move and size the moment. “Download” – read books, meet people and learn!

Lesson: The Lean Start Up movement shared about the idea of pivot. You can apply to yourself and work on improving by learning and to see how to develop a better you.

6. Perseverance and single-minded focus in meeting your objective. Plan, execute and follow through. Don’t leave things to chance.

Lesson: As former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Winston Churchill once said, ‘Never, Never, Never Give Up.’ Success comes once you have that laser focus and execute on it. You can control where you are heading.

7. Pressure is part and parcel of the game. Learn to manage and deal with it. Learn to pick yourself up.

Lesson: Pressure allows you to work at peak performance. Dato’ Tajuddin shared about how competition leads to efficiency, He encourages the young working adults to leverage of pressure to get better at what they do.

8. Brain Power “70:30” to “30:70” (from structured vs unstructured). You start to use more brainpower as you climb the career ladder. So you think you are smart? Think again because everybody is smart!

Lesson: As you climb the ranks in the corporate ladder, you move from a technical person (from structured thinking) to a management person (to less structured thinking), don’t forget to remember that a transition like that is crucial lest you don’t grow in your career.

9. Mentoring and networking. Do it personally and professionally. Believe you me, it is exceedingly important.

Lesson: Connect with people, in this borderless platform you can connect with literally anyone with internet access. Here are Top 12 Star Entrepreneurs that You should Connect with for Business Success.

10. It’s all about timing. Opportunity presents itself, and when it does, think and use the skill sets that you have acquired to make a good decision.

Lesson: Opportunities knock a few times in your life, Dato’ Tajuddin received an opportunity to work in New York at 27 years old and he landed just in time for Black Monday (when stock markets around the world crashed) in 1987. That was a milestone in his life experiencing the ups and downs but he was glad to have taken up opportunities, which presented itself.

Dato’ Tajuddin summed it with the quote, “Cogito Ergo Sum” ~ René Descartes (I think therefore I am). Everyone is capable of being who they are, the key to success is to know where you want to head and set sail!

Jason Lee is an International Graduate, Standard Chartered Bank graduate programme. As a Gen Y in corporate world, he believes that there is an abundance of opportunities to be entrepreneurial wherever we operate. Connect with him @jasonleecj on Twitter.

Unleashing SME Business Opportunities Conference

Human Capital Connection Sdn Bhd in partnership with Malaysia Development Corporation (MDeC) will be organizing a conference entitled “Unleashing Business Opportunities” with the theme “New Game, New Rules, New Roles” which to be held on 27th November 2013 (Wednesday) at The Royale Bintang Hotel Damansara,Mutiara Damansara, Selangor. Unleashing Business Opportunities Conference is in support of Digital Malaysia. The conference expecting 500 attendance consist of entrepreneurs, CEOs, Directors & C-Level Executives, Information Technology & Human Resource Managers and Executives of SME Organisation, Associations, Chambers and Government Departments.

SME a large contributor to global workforce

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are and will continue to contribute to the economic growth and development of this country and and with new generation of workforce now entering the job markets, SMEs are now also faced with challenges in managing them. 

With new wave of Digital Technologies and trends, it’s a NEW GAME and businesses should be part of it. Understand the NEW ROLES and the NEW RULES that are being re-written by the new wave of digital technologies, and the new and future generation of workforce. Unleashing Business Opportunities (UBO) will provide the forum for industry practitioners and government agencies to share on their experience, programs and incentives, and to highlight on new trends and how businesses should re-act to them. Among others, UBO intends to covers from SMEs perspective; new technology trend of making “everything as a service” such as Cloud Computing, Cloud Labour (or Crowd as Labour) and business solutions, programs and incentives designed for SMEs.

The conference will cover the following topic : 

Unleashing Business Opportunities #1: New Emerging Crowdsourcing Trends by MDeC

Unleashing Business Opportunities #2: How to Crowdfund Your Business Ideas? by PitchIN

Unleashing Business Opportunities  #3: Easy e-Payment and Running Your Business over the Cloud by MDeC

Practitioner’s Sharing Session #1: Malaysia’s Crowdsourcing & Micro Sourcing Platform by YourPartTime.com

Practitioner’s Sharing Session #2: Applications on the Cloud for SMEs

 

UBO

 

To Register:
Please RSVP before 25th November 2013 by emailing your personal details; Name, Company Name, Designation, Email & Mobile Number to [email protected] or contact 03-78655507 (Pn Norlidah) or fill this form: http://bit.ly/I3yDAv to secure your seat. Seats are limited and on first come first serve basis.

You will receive an email and SMS confirming your seat within 24 hours upon receiving your RSVP.

Exabytes eCommerce Conference 2013 to outline Malaysia’s Internet Retail Market

Exabytes Network Sdn Bhd (‘Exabytes’), Malaysia’s largest web hosting provider, will be hosting its “Exabytes eCommerce Conference 2013” for local entrepreneurs and small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).

Now in its third year, Exabytes eCommerce Conference 2013 is an annual occasion, which will be held on 3 – 4 December 2013 at Grand Millennium Hotel Kuala Lumpur, with aim to help companies to develop the most effective strategy for business and stay on the cutting edge of online retail market.

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Chan Kee Siak, the Conference’s Organizing Committee Chairman and CEO of Exabytes shares that the conference organization is in response to Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC)’s call for more SMBs and entrepreneurs to go online and improve their business via the Internet.

“The conference is one of the most conducive platforms in Malaysia to outline the foremost internet retail’s trends, prospects, challenges and solutions for local businesses and individuals to find out and harness the real eCommerce opportunities in the world of Internet.”

The ecommerce learning opportunity is targeted for business owners, new online startups, sales and marketing executives, freelance webmasters, branding and advertising specialists as well as lecturers from business schools.

 

Inspiring Conference Highlights

The Conference will bring together more than 20 inspiring speakers, eCommerce’s guru, and top-tier solution providers in one place to discuss the online business start-up strategy, search engine and social media marketing, and Internet payment gateway concerns.

Exabytes, the Malaysia’s largest web hosting provider, will share the insights on the growth of online retail market and eCommerce trends, and the surging demands for business web hosting.

 

The Conference will also feature prominent speakers from MOLPay and GHL Systems who will share on payment gateway approaches, its related benefits and security concerns; AIMS, the South East Asia’s leading carrier neutral data centre operator and managed services provider, to discuss about the hosting services in Malaysia; and P1 Wimax who will present the hosted voice call strategies.

At the same time, the participants can hear directly from StreetlDeal.my, ChristyNg.com and other top local retailers from new & emerging industries on their successful online business experiences.

Chan says, “Following its huge success last year, Exabytes eCommerce Conference 2013 is a Not-To-Be-Missed conference in Malaysia. It provides the most complete set of information and skills for web entrepreneurs to make a difference in the competitive yet lucrative world of eCommerce.”

In addition, the conference will offer numerous strategic networking opportunities for local business owner to harness new business opportunities together, and the latest updates from Malaysian Government concerning eCommerce and online payment industries.”

Exabytes is currently having a special early-bird discount with RM300 rebate on the participation fee for all registration made before 18 November 2013. Participants are also encouraged to make group purchase for greater ticket price reduction.
For more details/ sign up, please go to http://exabytes.com.my/ecommerce/2013/registration/.

WIF:xCHANGE

WIF: xCHANGE

Social Entrepreneurs have much to be admired for their persistence in creating and nurturing communities. Almost every social enterprise faces choppy waters, rejections and winding roads. Meet Runo Okiomah, 2011 winner of the Muhammad Yunus Challenge and now a successful social entrepreneur with an operation in Kenya. Her enterprise, Maa-Bara, has created a system that utilizes kitchen scraps to grow healthy fresh fish and vegetables for consumption. The Maa-Bara system increases food security by boosting the productivity of small-holder farmers allowing families to grow their own food at a quantity and quality they desire in almost any location and in places where food has never been grown before.

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Be inspired by entrepreneurs like Runo and others. Learn what they do and gain valuable insights on how they are creating change and innovating to perpetuate their ideas for sustainable impact at WIF: xCHANGE

Get a chance to meet and mingle with her at xCHANGE, a 100% free event organized by Social Enterprise Alliance (SEA) in conjunction with World Innovation Forum Kuala Lumpur (WIF-KL). If you wish to stay on for WIF-KL you will need to a WIF pass. These passes are being sold to the public for RM1,400. But through the generous support of the WIF-KL organizing committee, we have 80 passes that we are letting go at only RM80 each!

Date: Tuesday, Nov 12

Venue: Plenary Theatre, Level 3, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre

Find out how to get these passes here: http://socialenterprise.my/what-we-do/programmes/

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About WIF-KL
To be officiated by PM Najib Razak, the World Innovation Forum – Kuala Lumpur (WIF-KL) will feature some amazing speakers such as Göran Persson (Former PM of Sweden), Sugata Mitra (Professor of Educational Technology), Morinosuke Kawaguchi (Innovation & Competitive Strategy Consultant), Mark Gallagher (Grand Prix Motor Racing Boss), CEOs, consultants, government officials and many more.

The 3rd Annual Entrepreneurial D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase! Don’t you D.A.R.E Miss This!

Don’t You D.A.R.E. Miss This! The D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase!

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Kuala Lumpur – The D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase is back with its 3rd-annual entrepreneurial showcase and this time it will be hosted in Cyberjaya with the target of placing Cyberjaya in the map as the “Startup Capital of Malaysia”.

Ever since MAD Incubator moved to Cyberjaya, to take over the management of the MSC Malaysia Technology Commercialization Centre, many discussions arose of Cyberjaya being the ‘Silicon Valley’ of Malaysia. Over time, it has been seen how Cyberjaya has evolved into a hotbed for entrepreneurship at the MSC Malaysia Technology Commercialization Centre (MTCC). That is why the D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase 2013 has been fixed to be organized at Cyberjaya to make that happen, with its content and activities-rich event that combines business showcase, workshops, seminars, conferences, business networking and business matching.

D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase is an annual premier event that focuses on business startups. Following the succession of the Showcase in 2011 and 2012, D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase 2013 continues its third run in Cyberjaya with two days of intensive business startup showcase with high impact activities that promotes business opportunities, learning, knowledge gathering and investment opportunities in Cyberjaya.

D.A.R.E BizStart ShowcaseIt is an event that has entrepreneurs’ interest at heart. The D.A.R.E. philosophy, Dream, Accelerate, Realize and Empower; itself encompasses the processes that are most important to any entrepreneurs who are aspiring to start their own business ventures. D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase 2013 aims to promote the entrepreneurial mindset by bringing potential entrepreneurs closer to the resources they need, such as collaborators, suppliers and prospects. D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase is poised to be the one stop platform for entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs to obtain latest information, knowledge, skills, expanding their networks and looking for business opportunities.

The event will be organized in Knowledge Workers Development Centre (KDC) in Cyberjaya, on the 22nd and 23rd of November 2013, from 9:00am to 6:30pm, on both days.

Main objectives of the event are to showcase business startups and provide them with business opportunities through business matching and networking. It will be a learning platform for entrepreneurs and future entrepreneurs to learn and upgrade their knowledge on entrepreneurship, soft skills and business knowledge that will help them overcome their business obstacles. In addition, it will also help in creating an entrepreneur eco-system that will support the development and growth of business ventures through collaboration, community and commerce.

Being one of the largest entrepreneurial events in Malaysia with more than 30 workshops, 5 seminars and 60 speakers speaking on various entrepreneurial and business topics. D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase 2013 is steeped in its traditional offering of workshops, exhibitions, conferences related to growth hacking, business and experts advisory, mentoring and coaching, effective marketing strategies, business showcasing and funding forum, business matching, speed dating, e-commerce and lots more; covering topics and themes such as franchising, entrepreneurship, soft skills development, entrepreneur ecosystem, digital entrepreneurship, mobile, e-commerce, ICT and lots more. The 3rd D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase this year is expected to attract more than 2000 visitors in Cyberjaya.

The end goal at the end of the day is to build a vibrant entrepreneur eco-system that converge technology and non-technology entrepreneurs in the hope of creating a vibrant marketplace for entrepreneurs to collaborate and trade together. It is an expanded vision that the D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase 2013 will be the biggest entrepreneur showcase and learning stage in Malaysia, as well as, throughout South East Asia.

It is also a need to build a vibrant community of business startups by creating opportunities through learning, knowledge acquisition, business network expansion and new business opportunities. Cyberjaya will have an annual premier event catering to Startups and the foundation of the Startup Capital of Malaysia is therefore laid.

For further clarification and information of the event, please do not hesitate to contact Kent Tan at +603-8311 9605 or via email at [email protected]

About MAD INCUBATOR SDN BHD :

MAD Incubator was formed in 2009 with its mission to develop 1000 entrepreneurs in Malaysia achieving USD1mil by 2015 and have every entrepreneurs equipped with the tools, skills, knowledge and know-how to navigate their business challenges.

To-date, MAD has incubated more than 80 business ventures and is supporting more than 200 companies through its BizStart Program. It wants to democratize entrepreneurship by making entrepreneur assistance and incubation affordable for all entrepreneurs through MAD’s high value quality programs, mentoring, coaching and handholding services, as well as business facilities, networking opportunities, training workshops, facilitation on funding access, etc. For the past few years, MAD Incubator has worked out the following initiatives:

(a) Entrepreneur Circle Program
(b) Ideas Acceleration Program
(c) MAD TechVentures
(d) D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase
(e) Technopreneur Open Day (TOD)

MAD INCUBATOR SDN BHD – Website: www.incubator.com.my.
D.A.R.E. BIZSTART SHOWCASE 2013 – Website : www.bizstart.com.my

Startup Asia Jakarta Returns This November 21 and 22

Following the success of previous Startup Asia events held in Bandung, Jakarta, and Singapore,TechinAsia.com, Asia’s largest English-language technology and startup blog, announced today that its signature conference, Startup Asia, will return this November 21 and 22, 2013, in Jakarta at Plaza Bapindo.

Startup Asia Jakarta 2013 will feature, as seen at last year’s Jakarta event, a conference, a Startup Arena pitching competition, and a hackathon.

Startup Asia Jakarta

The formula for the pitching contest, Startup Arena, has been tweaked for 2013; unlike in the past, both seed and growth-stage startups will be accepted and will compete separately. About 20 startups will eventually take to the stage to compete in both categories. The seed stage category winner will take home US$10,000. The growth-stage category will win a chance to negotiate an investment deal with one or more of the investors who make up our expert Startup Arena judging panel.

In the same Startup Asia Jakarta 2013 conference, we are simultaneously running a 24-hour hackathon which will see over 400 developers building products with APIs and SDKs from numerous partner companies. The list of APIs and SDKs will be announced soon.

Aside from the networking opportunities, the conference also features numerous speakers, including startup founders and industry leaders from companies such as Rakuten Ventures, Kakao (makers of KakaoTalk), MediaCorp, and GDP Ventures, offering fresh and honest insights on upcoming industry trends. We will be updating the list of speakers on our website in the run-up to the event, so do stay tuned.

Early bird discounts are now available for purchases before 31 October 2013. Attendees can use the promotional code HappyJkt15, and they will receive a 15 percent discount on ticket prices. For more information and updates on the event, please visit the official website at http://startupasia.techinasia.com/jkt2013/ today!

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For photos: http://startupasia.techinasia.com/jkt2013/about-startup-asia/
Highlight video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5V26ydH7ZI

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About Tech in Asia

Tech in Asia is an online technology news startup based in Asia, with team members all across the region. As a crew of journalists and bloggers with a passion for new ways of delivering news, we’ve bonded together under one goal – to create a great Asia-focused tech news site to tell the world about the wonderful things that are happening here.

About Startup Asia

Startup Asia is Tech in Asia’s signature 2-day conference organized for entrepreneurs, investors, media, and friends in the technology and startup community across Asia. Previous speakers include speakers from Taobao, MOL, Twitter, Airbnb, Tencent, DeNA, Rocket Internet, GREE, Cyberagent Ventures, Rakuten, Sequoia Capital, and more.

Tech in Asia: Startup Asia Singapore 2013 Highlights

D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase Makes Its Way Back For 2013!

 The D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase is back with its 3rd-annual entrepreneurial showcase and this time it will be hosted in Cyberjaya with the target of placing Cyberjaya in the map as the “Startup Capital of Malaysia”.

D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase is an annual premier event that focuses on business startups. Following the succession of the Showcase in 2011 and 2012, D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase 2013 continues its third run in Cyberjaya with two days of intensive business startup showcase with high impact activities that promotes business opportunities, learning, knowledge gathering and investment opportunities in Cyberjaya.

It is an event that has entrepreneurs’ interest at heart. The D.A.R.E. philosophy, Dream, Accelerate, Realize and Empower; itself encompasses the processes that are most important to any entrepreneurs who are aspiring to start their own business ventures. D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase 2013 aims to promote the entrepreneurial mindset by bringing potential entrepreneurs closer to the resources they need, such as collaborators, suppliers and prospects. D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase is poised to be the one stop platform for entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs to obtain latest information, knowledge, skills, expanding their networks and looking for business opportunities.

The event will be organized in Knowledge Workers Development Centre (KDC) in Cyberjaya, on the 22nd and 23rd of November 2013, from 9:00am to 6:30pm, on both days.

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It will be one of the largest entrepreneurial events in Malaysia with 2 Conferences and 10 seminars covering more than 90 workshops and 90 speakers, speaking on various entrepreneurial and business topics.

D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase 2013 will be offering many programmed activities, just to name a few in the agenda – Growth Hacking Mini Conference, Startupz! Jobs Fair Malaysia, Program Transformasi Usahawan, The Essential Entrepreneurial & Business Building, One-on-One

Business Clinics, MIRC Funding Forum 2013, Software and Services in the Cloud for Your eBusiness and lots more. It is expected to attract more than 3000 visitors in Cyberjaya.

Well-respected entrepreneurs like Benjamin Levy from the Silicon Valley, Rodrigo Martinez, a Chilean from hpG, Ng Boon Jiun from Hometuitionjob.com and Joblogy.com, Ai Ching, the co-founder of Piktochart Malaysia, are some of the invited ‘Growth Hacking Mini Conference’ speakers that will be presenting on the event day.

The end goal at the end of the day is to build a vibrant entrepreneur eco-system that converge technology and non-technology entrepreneurs in the hope of creating a vibrant marketplace for entrepreneurs to collaborate and trade together. It is an expanded vision that the D.A.R.E. BizStart Showcase 2013 will be the biggest entrepreneur showcase and learning stage in Malaysia, as well as, throughout South East Asia.

It is also a need to build a vibrant community of business startups by creating opportunities through learning, knowledge acquisition, business network expansion and new business opportunities. Cyberjaya will have an annual premier event catering to Startups and the foundation of the Startup Capital of Malaysia is therefore laid.

Ng Wan Peng, Chief Operating Officer of Multimedia Development Corporation Sdn Bhd (MDeC), who will be attending the showcase said, “We are proud to work with MAD Incubator over the last 3 years on the D.A.R.E BizStart showcase to help empower entrepreneurs to learn, acquire knowledge, build business networks and create business opportunities. MDeC, as driver of Digital Malaysia, the national digital economy initiative and the national ICT initiative via MSC Malaysia is highly supportive of programmes and initiatives which are aimed at inspiring Malaysians to become digital entrepreneurs”.

To see how the entrepreneur ecosystem and the community contribute to the development of this Project is indeed one of the objectives of MDeC in engaging with the community. We are heartened to see that the community and ecosystem remains vibrant and pro-active.

For further clarification and information of the event, please do not hesitate to contact Kent Tan at +603-8311 9605 or via email at [email protected]