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Learning and sharing are a part of an entrepreneur’s journey.
AFTER years of honing their expertise in manufacturing kitchen equipment, MSM Kitchen Sdn Bhd is now exploring new and innovative products to meet a different need in the market.
DURING a time when most businesses are reporting reduced revenue, reduced consumer spending and all kinds of negative impact from a softening market, one industry seems to remain untouched and even thrive.
Credit reporting agency CTOS has made its consumer credit score report available via phone apps. Your ‘credit-bility’ is now in the public realm, with the agency saying this may encourage people to be more aware and to take charge of their credit health. MEK ZHIN reports.
Adrian Cheong, 27, of The Apothecary, is introducing something new to the Malaysian market — solid cologne. He started making and selling them here last November, and has a toe-hold in Taiwan and Hong Kong. MEK ZHIN talks to him.
OPPORTUNITIES for green technology businesses, particularly in the energy sector, can only increase from this point on as Malaysia, along with most of the region, continues to develop rapidly to achieve developed nation status.
Young workers nowadays have a completely different mindset from previous generations. If employers are to effectively draw and groom talents for the future, then they must learn how to engage these millennials, writes MEK ZHIN.
Most people have to spend an inordinate amount of time at the office, so why not make them feel at home? Feruni Ceramiche certainly thinks that a comfortable work environment is an essential investment, writes MEK ZHIN.
BUZZME, a Malaysian-based mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), is celebrating its third anniversary with an eye to expand its presence into the South-East Asian markets beginning with Thailand.
SETIA EcoHill will be launching the last of its low-medium cost apartment project, D’Camellia, at the end of this month with confidence in its take-up.