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SOBA judges tell companies to submit compelling stories

KUALA LUMPUR: In order to win this year’s Star Outstanding Business Awards (SOBA), judges have urged companies to submit compelling stories that will prove their relevance as an award winning entry.

Kumararajah: "You have a fighting chance to win the awards if you approach these judging criteria systematically."

Preparing to be a bigger group

Departments given more autonomy as company looks to involve more people in the growth process

Greater initiative: Employees are entrusted and empowered to carry out projects and explore interests that may open new opportunities for the company.

Star Media sets up SOBA helpdesk for queries

PETALING JAYA: Star Media Group will be organising a SOBA helpdesk session on Sept 20 to attend to any queries from those interested to participate in this year’s The Star Outstanding Business Awards (SOBA).

Stay informed: Business owners interested to know more about SOBA may attend the half-day session

Got a question? Here’s the Helpdesk

FILLING out an application for an award can be a daunting task. Do we qualify? Which documents should be included in the submission? Which categories should we contest in?

Audit firm proves it can be counted on to join walk

BDO Malaysia has once again given its full support to the upcoming #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2018.

(From fifth left) BDO Malaysia advisory director Lim Sin Han, Feizal and Mok with employees who will be taking part in Sunday’s AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2018.

Treasure hunt based on mental, physical abilities

AMERICAN author and philosopher Aldo Leopold once said: “Ethical behaviour is doing the right thing when no one else is watching – even when doing the wrong thing is legal.”

The team from Tunku Abdul Rahman University College won the treasure hunt.

BDO Malaysia appoints Feizal Mustapha chairman

KUALA LUMPUR: BDO Malaysia has appointed Datuk Feizal Mustapha as its chairman.

Keen interest in property fair

The PROPERTY sector may have lost a little of the sizzle it enjoyed over the last few years, but developers are optimistic that demand for residential property will continue to remain strong this year.

Decisions, decisions: IJM Land sales executive Ruhayati Lokman (in tudung) explaining to visitors about the developer’s Wisteria houses.

Making professional accountancy cool

MALAYSIA needs more accountants. Right now the country with a population of 30 million only has 31,000 professional accountants.

Year’s biggest property fair

Visitors to The StarProperty.my Fair 2014 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre were treated to a dazzling array of property displays from some of the top developers in the country, recently.

The Setia booth at Starproperty.my Fair 2014 in Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

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