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Published: Sunday June 8, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Sunday June 8, 2014 MYT 7:21:39 AM

MCA to 'make a difference' and educate businessmen on entrepreneurship

PETALING JAYA: The MCA National Youth Entrepreneurship and National Youth SME Development bureaux will be organising a talk for businessmen this coming Sunday at Wisma MCA.

Themed “Together We Make A Difference” and supported by the Kojadi Institute (KI) and the Royal Malaysian Customs, the event is aimed at educating small business owners and employees on various elements of entrepreneurship.

Youth Entrepreurship Bureau chief Wong Tze Shiang said that the talk would be good for businessmen seeking KI’s microcredit facility.

“There will be talks on microcredit, vocational education and goods and services tax (GST),” he said yesterday.

Vocational education schemes that KI provides are beauty therapy, as well as electrical equipment installation and maintenance.

Wong said that a Customs officer would also be present to conduct the talk on GST.

Sean Tan Shee Wan, SME development bureau chief, said that the GST talk would be particularly interesting to business owners as it would explain the registration process.

The talk will take place from 9am until 1pm at Wisma MCA, Jalan Ampang. While admission is free, interested parties need to register online on the MCA National Youth Entrepreneurs Bureau or MCA National Youth SME Development Bureau’s fanpages or contact Gen Oon at 016-2222221 or Sammi Seah at 010-2207803. At the moment, only 100 slots are available.

Tags / Keywords: Business, mca, kojadi

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