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WHEN is the best time to start a business?
KENT Chua, 34, has learned many lessons in the last 10 years. And each lesson has served as a stepping stone for the next phase of Rhombus Connexion Sdn Bhd’s growth.
AS people tighten their purse strings and prepare themselves for the winding road ahead, there may be an opportunity for platforms such as RentSmart Asia to shine.
THE disruption brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic has weighed on businesses across different industries. Even as businesses reopen, they continue to face challenges amidst a weakening economy.
ONE of the most striking realities for many small and medium enterprises (SMEs) amid the coronavirus pandemic is that consumers are changing the way they get their goods and services. This also means that businesses will have to change the way they reach out to their customers.
WITH the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Malaysian businesses have more financing options than ever, with banks and the government focused on supporting the SME sector.
ONE of the things that have, perhaps, become clear to businesses during the movement control order (MCO) is that business is no longer “the usual”.
ALTHOUGH access to financing has eased over the years, the fact that it remains a key challenge for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) may boil down to one reason: a lack of understanding over banking requirements or practices.
THE impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is causing concerns and putting a strain on the revenue of many smaller businesses.