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Roughly 3% of Malaysian SMEs are involved in the construction industry.

Efforts being taken to encourage entrepreneurism

15 September 2014

SMALL AND medium enterprises (SMEs) are the backbone of the Malaysian economy, accounting for more than 90% of all businesses in the manufacturing, services and the agricultural sector, and provide for 65% of total employment, according to government statistics.

Sally Foo: I'm a chiropractor, not a miracle healer. I show my patients how to look after themselves better and to make positive improvements in their lives/

Malaysian-born chiropractor finds success in Melbourne

15 September 2014

MEETING someone you instantly click with at every level is uncommon.

An X-ray inspection of the Hypoband's components for defects. By working with outsourcing company's Geoffrey greatly reduced the capital required to start his company.

Penang company enters a field dominated by tech giants

13 September 2014

Everyone knows that neccesity is the mother of invention, but in the case of Geoffrey Tan, founder and CEO of Geob International Sdn Bhd, the proverb was turned on its head as his mother literally was the driving force behind the device he created.

Luminox international sales manager Martin Grossenbacher was in Kuala Lumpur for the launch of the exhibition and the new range of watches.

Watch company launches space models

13 September 2014

Luminox has launched its new Space Series collection in partnership with the XCOR Space Expeditions, a US rocket engine and spaceflight development company.

The robots were controlled using smartphones or tablets.

Robotic Ronaldos; playing football using robots

13 September 2014

FANCY playing football using robots? Cyberview Sdn Bhd and Terato Tech Sdn Bhd have jointly organised the Cyberjaya Soccer Bot Challenge 2014 fans of football and robotics.

A file picture of children playing with Lego at an exhibition. While the bricks are undeniably fun, Bricks4Kidz also uses them as educational aids - EPA

Learning built on bricks

13 September 2014

IT’S not hard to imagine that children would find classes more entertaining if Lego bricks were used as teaching aids.

Thanks to the work of the designers from Sarawak, Malaysian couture has gained a wider following.

Fashion luminaries to participate in Star Property Fair

12 September 2014

It might suprise some to know that two of the biggest names in Malaysian fashion, Aaron George Jolly and Datuk Raymond Jolly, the nephew-and-uncle team behind Von Jolly Couture, once held regular jobs in the corporate world.

A rendering of the Seasons Garden Residences. The project is expected to be completed over the next three years.

New developer impresses with its projects

12 September 2014

SCP may not be as well-known as larger property developers, but this relatively new company is certainly making waves by launching numerous projects in Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

The proceeds from Dance for Charity will go to Fugee School and Make A Wish Malaysia.

Dancing for a cause

12 September 2014

Renowned instructors to conduct workshops for the young.

Central location: The opening of the new gallery follows on the heels of a string of successes for the company.

Developer marks success with new sales gallery at PJ mall

12 September 2014

Property DEVELOPER Tropicana Corporation Bhd celebrated two significant events in the Tropicana City Mall in Petaling Jaya recently.

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