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JOHOR BARU: Food lovers had a chance to try a variety of food truck specialities from all over Malaysia at a fair to promote locally-made products.
FINteCH, once a buzzword is now part of mainstream. digital innovation is disrupting and reshaping financial services at a rapid pace, and incumbents and challengers alike need to be attuned to the evolving expectations of their customers, says e&y in their recent Global fintech adoption Index 2019.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Bhd chief executive officer (CEO) Datuk Muhamad Umar Swift expects 40 new listings to take place next year, including 30 for small and medium-sized companies (SMEs).Muhamad Umar said the expectations are based on the country’s strong fundamentals, coupled with the global uncertainties which are anticipated to be resolved moving forward.
A SOCIALLY responsible company, PKT Logistics provides logistics services that utilise local human resources and builds environmentally friendly warehouses. The company practises open engagement with communities and aims to inspire other businesses by having a positive impact on people and communities through its activities.
ESTABLISHED in 2012, redONE Network Sdn Bhd (redONE) is the first Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) in Malaysia that provides affordable postpaid
JOHOR BARU: Local businesses and companies have not much choice but to rely on foreign workers as Malaysians are choosy and not keen to work in certain sectors.
THE Star Outstanding Business Awards’ (SOBA) 10th Anniversary Celebration was certainly a night to remember.
THE Star Outstanding Business Award (SOBA) 10th Anniversary Celebration brought together the SOBA alumni to commemorate the award’s milestone.
ISKANDAR PUTERI: The state government is targeting at least 20% of the total 10,000 industries in Johor to adopt the Industry Revolution 4.0 (IR4.0) technology in their production within two years.
PETALING JAYA: Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) will be hit the hardest if the Bank Negara Malaysia proposal to cap the Cash Transaction Limit (CTL) at RM25,000 next year goes through, say business associations.