A move in the right direction: from marketing consultant to selling farm produce

Ngh believes in being hands-on and learning about the operations of the farm in order to be able to market the fruits well. Photo: Christine Ngh

Moving back to her hometown Titi Gong in Jelebu, Negeri Sembilan to be away from the city two years ago was a move in the right direction for marketing consultant Christine Ngh who owns her own company.

“Two years ago, I moved back to my hometown because I wanted to get away from city life for awhile. Then the pandemic happened and I stayed on,” says Ngh.

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