AmBank launches fourth season of AmBank BizRACE

Datuk Sulaiman Mohd Tahir

KUALA LUMPUR: AmBank Group has launched the fourth season of the AmBank BizRACE programme to help manufacturers and related industries achieve sustainability through the Fourth Industry Revolution (IR4.0) adoption.

With the theme "Reach New Heights: Transform Your Business”, AmBank is extending the programme to small, medium, and large enterprises.

In collaboration with Bosch Rexroth Malaysia, Malaysian Green Technology and Climate Change Corp, Malaysian Consortium of Mid-Tier Companies, Pantas Software, YGL Convergence Bhd and The College of Law Australia, 100 companies will be shortlisted to undergo a structured development programme. Training sessions will cover the fundamentals of IR4.0 and how its adoption can help reduce environmental footprint, improve social impact, and create economic value.

AmBank said with up to RM2mil worth of prizes in the forms of development courses and solutions, this season the programme will be conducted through a combination of both face-to-face and virtual consultations and coaching by industry technical experts, and potential project financing support.

“AmBank has continually and consistently supported Malaysian business segments ranging from SMEs to large enterprises by providing them with the right financial solutions and project development support to propel their business further.

“This year, we are stepping up our efforts to enhance the programme by helping businesses achieve their ESG goals. The AmBank BizRACE programme is one of the many initiatives launched by the bank to help businesses scale up by leveraging on coaching, training, media exposure as well as networking opportunities provided,” group chief executive officer Datuk Sulaiman Mohd Tahir said.

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