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Online marketplace gears up to support SMEs

ONLINE marketplace, 11street (www.11street.my), which will take off in April, recently unveiled its Seller Zone, an the education centre and support facility to provide training and development programmes in e-commerce to foster the growth of local online sellers.

Big data analytics is coming

With more business transactions going digital, vast amounts of precise data can be analysed to glean valuable insights.

Shared services and outsourcing industry nets RM3bil since January

MALAYSIA secured more than RM3bil in new investments in the shared services and outsourcing (SSO) industry from January till now.

Cash in on e-commerce

Communication and Multimedia Minister says e-commerce is the way to go for businesses, with online trading expected to hit RM72bil in Malaysia and continuing to grow rapidly in Asean.

MDeC cyber sale set to boost online shopping this month

Online marketplace 11street (www.11street.my), one of the largest in Malaysia, has announced its participation in the nation’s biggest cyber sale event, #MYCYBERSALE 2015 (www.mycybersale.my), as part of its commitments to enhance Malaysia’s e-commerce eco-system.

Putting skills to good use online

STUDENTS of Universiti Tenaga Nasional (Uniten) will not have to search far and wide for job opportunities now that eRezeki has arrived at their campus.

Go west, startups

MALAYSIAN companies can now leverage America’s Silicon Valley en route to going global, with a little helping hand from the Multimedia Development Corporation’s (MDeC) US office.

Briefs

Soft drink industry faces health challenges

Spurring on the startup industry

CROWD-FUNDING entity pitchIN is the latest of several companies to launch an equity crowd-funding (ECF) platform, giving emerging companies and startups more options to turn to when they want to take their businesses to the next level.

E-commerce: a new horizon

The future is digital, and if small businesses don’t want to get left behind, they must get on the digital bandwagon and look to e-commerce as an avenue for innovation and growth.