Yayasan Sejahtera helps villagers commercialise their gula apong natural sweetener.
Deputy Entrepreneur Development Minister Dr Mohd Hatta Ramli says Bumiputera business owners should instead work hard to produce good products.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad melancarkan Dasar Mengenai Kebangsaan Industri 4.0 atau Industry4WRD tahun lepas bagi membantu syarikat berpindah ke IR 4.0 secara sistematik dan menyeluruh.
The Securities Commission’s financing campaigns have attracted more than 12,000 investors, mostly local.
Deputy minister says the traders must provide reasonable grounds if they believe the tax is too high.
An additional RM500 million Portfolio Guarantee tranche will help support the development of small and medium enterprises.
Bank Negara says it will ensure SMEs continue to have full access to financing.
Coventry University professor says transformational entrepreneurship training will produce a more versatile workforce.
Malaysia scores top in Asean for SME development index but minister says SME legislation and regulation lacking.
This will give them greater visibility among investors and open up new opportunities, minister says.
Before you jump into the next phase of your business, you must conduct thorough research and develop a sound business plan first.
The young entrepreneur shows that social media apps like Instagram and WhatsApp can be a powerful tool for growth.
Aria Putera Ismail says the bank will undertake high impact initiatives to provide customised solutions for SMEs.
Minister Mohd Redzuan Yusof says this can be achieved by creating conducive environment for SMEs to thrive.
Choose whether to use your own savings, apply for a financing programme from an SME bank, or seek a venture capitalist.
Ministry says this will ensure entrepreneurial policies will be more holistic and comprehensive.
Fresh signs have emerged of stress among smaller borrowers in the local debt market this year.
The Sabah government will help small and medium entrepreneurs transform their businesses to capture a worldwide market, says deputy chief minister.
These include double-tax deductions and 100% income tax exemption for up to 15 years.
The sector provided 451,021 jobs in 2015, up from 324,438 in the year 2010.
Affected businesses can obtain financing at a concessionary rate from any financial institution regulated by the central bank.
The influx of foreigners into the country brings added responsibilities and complexity in securing the borders and tracking those already in the country.
Wan Fairuz Wan Chik says there are many research-based universities in Malaysia whose expertise is not being used.
Malaysia has been targeting for SMEs to contribute 25% to exports, but with the prevailing economic performance and market condition, they could achieve 23% of exports by 2020.
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