Setting the standards

Cream of the crop: ( From left to right) Joachim, SMG chief content officer Esther Ng, Mohd Zamree, Mohd Mustafa, Tengku Zafrul, Yeow, Ng, Michael Tio, SMG chief business officer Lydia Wang and Mathew together with platinum, gold, silver, bronze and black award winners at the SOBA 2022 event in KL Convention Centre.

LOCAL non-listed companies were in the spotlight at the 13th Star Outstanding Business Awards (SOBA) held to recognise their excellence and contributions to the Malaysian economy.

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are undoubtedly the backbone of the Malaysian economy, contributing 38.3% of the country’s gross domestic product and providing employment for 7.3 million people or almost half of the country’s labour force.

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