Business training programme for young Malaysians


YOUTHS interested in refining their entrepreneurship skills will soon be able to do so via the Business Supercharge Programme, a new training initiative by Junior Chamber International Malaysia (JCI Malaysia).

Participants of the programme – expected to start next month will be introduced to a series of informative and practical modules, covering topics such as Global Business Outlook, Entrepreneurial Mindset, Financial and Cash Flow Management and Product-Market Fit.

The course will also engage 11 market leaders in various fields who will share their expertise and experience with local businesses.

JCI Malaysia president Ellen Lu said Malaysian youths were the country’s most important resource for the future.

“It is important to properly mentor and equip them with the necessary skills to achieve success on the international stage,” she added.

To strengthen the programme, solid partnerships have been formed with Malaysia Youth Council (MYC), Alliance Bank, 10X CEOs, RPG Commerce, Trapo Asia, UOB Bank, Tunku Abdul Rahman University College and Endeavor.MYC vice-president Mohamed Khairul Azman Abdul Azeez said the council was thrilled to support the course and promote it to all affiliated societies, to magnify its impact on the economy.

Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker added that seeing youth organisations working closely together to benefit Malaysians was encouraging.

“I am confident that this programme will benefit all Malaysians through partnership with Malaysia Youth Council.

“I strongly encourage youths to participate, to develop relevant entrepreneurship skills,” he said.

JCI Malaysia plans to groom 5,000 resilient and innovative entrepreneurs and put Malaysia on the global stage by 2026.

For details on the programme, call 017-988-6176 (Luis Tew), 012-623-3870 (Zare Lee) or 012-545-4245 (Alfred Ang).

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