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Be Brave

KOTA KINABALU: Don’t be afraid to venture into entrepreneurship.

Govt allocating significant resources to support SMEs

KUALA LUMPUR: The Pakatan Harapan government is holding to its 14th General Election’s (GE14) pledges since its historic win nearly a year ago by allocating significant resources to support the growth of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and encouraging their technological adoption.

Creating opportunities

“THERE is this stereotype that youngsters nowadays give up very easily, but this is because they don’t see what we are actually going through. They don’t see the difficulties we face when applying for jobs, they only see, ‘Oh, this kid is very choosy’.”

Protege rolls out job training events

SHAH ALAM: The Entrepreneur Development Ministry has organised a series of Professional Training and Education for Growing Entrepreneurs (Protégé) programmes in several states this month for graduates, undergraduates and youths to secure training stints with employers.

Towards creating more job creators

Kuala Lumpur: Aiming at elevating entrepreneurship development, the Entrepreneur Development Ministry (MED) has launched the Professional Training And Education For Growing Entrepreneurs programme (PROTةGة) to reduce unemployment within society, especially youth.

Ongoing support for SMEs crucial

GROWTH is seen to be slowing. Earlier, Bank Negara lowered Malaysia’s economic growth forecast for 2018 to 5% from its earlier estimate of 5.5% to 6%. Be­tween 2018 and 2020, economists are expecting gross domestic product (GDP) growth to be in the range of 4.5% to 5.5%, against the ear­lier fore­cast of 5% to 6%.

Making the right impression

Image consultancy firm expects growth as brands seek to project the right image to enhance customer experience

More reforms need to be adopted

A letter from TAN SRI MOHD SHERIFF MOHD KASSIM of Kuala Lumpur

Push and passion still relevant for many professions

Many elite professions are still in demand. But do aspiring graduates have what it takes to make it in the real world?