Crisis can be a fruitful time


Expert opinion: Cheong (left) will be among the panellists sharing his experience as an entrepreneur in Industries Unite, while Dooran Dooran founder Yong will be sharing her experiences selling durian online.

KUALA LUMPUR: There are opportunities in times of crisis, as the saying goes. The question is, are the nation’s small and medium enterprises aware of these opportunities and ready to tap into them to drive revenue during the pandemic?

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