A pledge to support social enterprises

Yap says the social enterprise sector is a growth sector but lacks many infrastructure that businesses need to grow.

30 Asean SEs and top CEOs to share business experience at AirAsia Foundation’s inaugural Destination Good on Saturday

AN ecosystem that enables small businesses and creative thinkers to thrive and stay competitive is one that benefits all businesses, said AirAsia Foundation executive director Yap Mun Ching as she pledged support for social enterprises (SEs).

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