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Event to educate professionals about shared services

24 November 2014

The shared services and outsourcing (SSO) industry is based on the consolidation of business operations that are used by multiple parts of the same organisation, into a central unit whose services are either shared within the organisation, or outsourced to third party companies.

Manjula (left) and Thum are optimistic the effort will bring about positive results.

More SMEs going green

24 November 2014

The drink packs recycling effort kicked off by food packaging company Tetra Pak Malaysia some nine years ago is gaining traction as more small businesses are participating in efforts to give back to society through recycling.

Journey of a savvy investor

22 November 2014

THE façade of Imperial College’s City and Guild building in South Kensington will see a slight change in 2016 when works on a rooftop laboratory start. Interestingly, the state-of-the-art facility, which will be used for drone testing, is to be named the Brahmal Vasudevan aerial robotics lab.

(From left) Nuizato; Sharp-Roxy public relations advisor and division head Yoshinori Yasumoto, Lim and CEP Marketing general manager S.G. Lau at the launch of the Cloud SmartHome System.

Japanese company launches affordable remote surveillance system

20 November 2014

SEEING potential in the growing demand for security systems, Sharp-Roxy Sales and Service Company (M) Sdn Bhd recently launched its Cloud SmartHome system.

(From left) Federation of Chinese Guilds Association deputy president Datuk Yap Yit Leong, secretary general Tan Chuan Yong; Foo; committee member Tan Hock Seng and SAME head of publicity Jasmine Chan holding brochures promoting the seminars.

Help with funding

20 November 2014

MONEY is always a big issue for business people.

Comic enthusiast, Aaron Teoh, marketing his comic wallets at bazaars

New lease of life for superheroes

20 November 2014

It IS a common joke that in the world of comic book superheroes, nobody truly dies. No matter how beaten or defeated a character may be, they always recover, or even end up coming back from the dead, sometimes even more powerful than before.

Datuk Dr Yee addressing SEDA’s Central Region Open Day on Solar Photovoltaic (PV) in Petaling Jaya recently. At the event, SEDA also presented FiT Solar PV certificates to some of the participants.

Authorities warn of parties cashing in on renewable energy

18 November 2014

The Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) of Malaysia is cautioning individuals investing in solar Photovoltaic (PV) systems to be wary of fraudulent service providers.

Zulfairis showing the flexible kenaf polymer composite (KPC) final product.

Fast-forward with fibre

18 November 2014

When the Asean Free Trade Area (AFTA) took effect in 2010, domestic tobacco growers, particularly in major growing areas in Kelantan, Terengganu, Kedah and Perlis were affected when the Government decided to terminate subsidies on tobacco farming to comply with AFTA and the World Health Organisation regulations.

On a quest to grow a sector

18 November 2014

So time flies and we have arrived at that time of the year again. For business owners and entrepreneurs, this is that time of the year where we need to start to take a hard look at our business for the past 10 months and plan for the year ahead.

Miti aims for higher growth of SME sector

18 November 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: International Trade and Industry Ministry (Miti) is aiming for a higher growth of the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector from 6.3% to 9.3% under the SME Master Plan 2012-2020.

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