Penang GLC and women’s organisation visit The Star


Satnam (right) speaking to Tan during Digital Penang’s visit to The Star. — KT GOH/The Star

A DELEGATION from Digital Penang paid Star Media Group (SMG) a visit at The Star’s Pitt Street office in George Town on April 16.

Business ecosystem development director Lim Chong Seng was on hand to share a detailed insight of the government-linked company (GLC) that is owned by the Penang government.

Also present were technology director Zakaria Alli, operations director Satnam Kaur, marketing and communications senior executive Eric Thoo and digital transformation executive Ng Yu Jin.

Welcoming them were SMG deputy news editor Tan Sin Chow and SMG client brand marketing team lead Andy Tan.

Roopinder (left) handing over some Hari Raya cookies to Teng. — LIM BENG TATT/The StarRoopinder (left) handing over some Hari Raya cookies to Teng. — LIM BENG TATT/The Star

Founded in 2020, Digital Penang was formed to speed up efforts in pursuing opportunities in the digital economy as well as to foster a digitally engaged society.

It has four pillars of focus, namely infrastructure, economy, governance and community.

Earlier, Penang Women’s Development Corporation (PWDC) communications head Roopinder Kaur presented Hari Raya biscuits to SMG senior news editor Alex Teng in conjunction with the festive celebration.

The biscuits were made by PWDC’s staff members.

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