Asia Foundation in MSME partnership with DHL


Through the partnership with DHL, The Asia Foundation can continue to support micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to succeed in the global online marketplace as well as equip women entrepreneurs with the business acumen necessary to tackle challenges and remain competitive, particularly in a post-pandemic environment.

TO drive further women participation and growth in eCommerce, The Asia Foundation brings aboard leading logistics provider DHL Express Malaysia as a capacity-building partner for its “Accelerate My Business” programme.

The collaboration will include a new module titled “Go Global with DHL”, conducted by the company’s network of international specialists from August to September.

Seven hundred participants of the programme are expected to benefit from a range of topics on eCommerce.

Of the number, a shortlist of 70 entrepreneurs will receive one-on-one guidance by executive leaders of DHL as part of the mentoring component, “E-Commerce: Ready-Set-Go!”.

Through the partnership with DHL, The Asia Foundation can continue to support micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to succeed in the global online marketplace as well as equip women entrepreneurs with the business acumen necessary to tackle challenges and remain competitive, particularly in a post-pandemic environment.

“The Asia Foundation is grateful to have a strategic partner in DHL,” said Dr Robin Bush, Malaysia Country Representative of The Asia Foundation.

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