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More retailers looking to offer digital payment options

PETALING JAYA: More retailers are looking to offer digital payment options to provide customers with convenience in this digital age.

“We need to look at ways to ed­u­cate SMEs on the cost ef­fec­tive­ness of trans­act­ing the cash­less way. It is also a more con­ve­nient trans­ac­tion for them in terms of speed and ef­fi­ciency,” said RHB Bank Bhd head of group transaction banking Chung Chee Kai.

15 get a bonus at auto show

PETALING JAYA: Paying a visit to the 2018 CarSifu Auto Show and booking a car at the five-day event has resulted in a bonus for 15 winners of the Book and Win contest.

One for the album: (From fifth left) Star Media Group general manager of advertising and business development Sara Chacko, Petron Malaysia marketing representative Ho Wai Khin and Star Media Group chief revenue officer Lydia Wang posing with the winners of the Book and Win contest.

High-fibre food for better heart health

FIBRE, or roughage, are fruits, vegetables, grains and nuts that keep the digestive tract in good health, as it eases bowel movement and flushes out harmful substances along the way.

SMEs need to ride digital wave to progress

DISRUPTION is becoming a common term in business. Rapid development in technology and fast-changing consumer trends are pushing companies to look at different ways to reach out to their customers and lower cost to ensure that their business are not losing out.

Development jewels honoured

JOHOR BARU: The second edition of the StarProperty.my Awards 2018: Jewels of Johor was a picture of glitz and glamour, in addition to being a source of inspiration and motivation behind the state’s developments.

(From left) Wong, Tunku Ismail, Sultan Ibrahim, Azmi, Dzulkefly and Fu taking a group photo during the event. — Photos: ABDUL RAHMAN EMBONG/The Star

Celebrating 30 years of charity

Welfare society marks anniversary by including The Star’s education pullout sponsorship as one of its humanitarian endeavours

Stephanie (far right) presenting the mock cheque to Yap (far left). With them are (from left) Loo, Dr Eng, and Leong Hoo.

Young scribes in training

The Star’s chief reporter Christina Chin offers news writing tips and a rare glimpse into the behind-the-scenes struggles and triumphs of a journalist.

Still smiling after surviving the Zombie Outbreak are Chin (second from right, standing) and the BRATs participants.

Improving revenue with programmatic advertising

PETALING JAYA: As more companies are looking to different avenues to increase their advertising revenue, programmatic advertising offers a different route in light of the competitive environment.

Priya: Harnessing the right data enables brands to reach out and connect with the right customers at the right time.

Ex-cop happy to trade in collectibles

Nestled in a residential area of Bukit Tinggi, Bentong, Pahang, is a cosy collectibles shop cum cafe. It is easily searchable on Google maps. Just type Yen Fang Terk Jia (meaning far away from home in Mandarin).

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."

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