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Saving Mother Earth the scientific way

EXPECT creative, hands-on experiences at the Petrosains Science Festival this year with the use of technology and everyday sciences as educational tools.

Guiding entrepreneurs to make their business grow

AN EXECUTIVE by profession and coffee connoisseur in his spare time, Zamaluddin Salleh has never let his passion for making homemade coffee powder die even as he worked a full-time job.

Training the workforce for industry 4.0

HRDF has several initiatives to empower companies to train their employees for the digital age

Becoming a global hub for startups

MALAYSIAN Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) continues to push Malaysia as a hub for startups and their investors after the success of its previous accelerator programmes’ participants in raising funds.

Guide to adapting to digital age

BUSINESSES and individuals who are looking to learn more about digital retail initiatives (DRI) as well as franchising opportunities can look forward to two upcoming events.

Good response to expo on cutting-edge technology

MIRI: Some 800 visitors, mainly secondary school students, attended the two-day Institute of Electric and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Digital Maker Expo 2017 held at Curtin University Malaysia.

One big toss for the community

PROPERTY developer Setia Haruman hosted Cyberjaya’s first-ever city-wide celebration with the community in conjunction with Cyberjaya’s 20th anniversary.

Jobs await in global business services

MANY may be surprised to know that Malaysia is at the forefront of Global Business Services (GBS).

Big win for CEOs in the making

SHOCKED, excited, ecstatic – these were the feelings a team of four young leaders could not contain as they came out tops in the Year 1 Grand Finale of the Axiata Young CEO Development Programme (YCDP)

Reflections on Budget 2017

The hoopla over the annual budget has come and gone. And while some good measures were announced, Budget 2017 fails to reckon with one of the country’s most pressing issues: the shrinking domestic demand ravaged by the GST and depreciating ringgit.