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Pat on the back

IN the face of a challenging economic landscape, small businesses have indeed demonstrated a resilient quality about them. Many have adapted and persevered to overcome barriers and chart a new growth path in a changing market.


Deadline for SOBA extended to Oct 27

COMPANIES vying for a chance to be recognised at The Star Outstanding Business Awards (SOBA) 2017 will have more time to prepare their applications as the submission deadline has been extended to Oct 27 to cater to the overwhelming enquiries.


Tiny versions of Malaysian landmarks

Malaysia has many unique and interesting places to visit, but not many will know where all these places are located.


Developing smart cities

BRINGING in applications that are market driven to create smart cities in Malaysia is vital, said Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) chief executive officer Ashran Ghazi.


Deadline for submissions extended to Oct 21

PETALING JAYA: The submission deadline for The Star Outstanding Business Awards (SOBA) 2016 has been extended to Oct 21, a week past its initial deadline, to cater to the overwhelming enquiries.


More companies want to increase presence in digital space, says employment company

THE dynamic world of digital space requires companies to look at potential talents differently, said Agensi Pekerjaan Potentio Sdn Bhd partner Chris Greenough.


SOBA 2016 to celebrate more SMEs

THE Star Outstanding Business Awards (SOBA) 2016 is now open for submissions.


A step in the right direction

Smart manufacturing will allow owners to know what goes on in their value chain, says consultant.


Passion for culture inspires businessman

Batique Sdn Bhd founder Mohd Said Bani C.M Din, 50, said when he was away in the UK in 1985 to study and practice law, he had read about Malaysian culture in the libraries there.


Building a stronger virtual defence

AS MALAYSIA moves towards greater participation in the digital economy, this will undoubtedly attract and expose the country to more cyber attacks, says BAE Systems Applied Intelligence Malaysia country manager Barry Johnson.