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A RECENT discussion on the future of e-marketplaces saw industry players and experts emphasising on the common thread of technology as an enabler for business and sustainability.
WHILE next year is bound to be a challenging one, especially amid the synchronised slowdown, there are still opportunities to be had, says Socio-Economic Research Centre executive director Lee Heng Guie.
PETALING JAYA: In light of the challenging business environment, the top consideration on the minds of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) is ensuring sustainability for the new year.
ANY company involved with import and export knows that drastic forex fluctuations and price uncertainties are not good for business. This is especially true for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), which often face cash flow and margin challenges.
BRANDING is a key area that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can improve on as it could determine the life and death of businesses.
PETALING JAYA: E-commerce can bring many benefits in expanding reach beyond the local market for companies to remain competitive, without incurring heavy costs.
PETALING JAYA: As the world heads for globalisation, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) need to look outside of Malaysia for growth.
DATA is necessary for analytics that can turn into actionable insights. It means that data analytics is not a digital transformation initiative, but a strategy that is geared towards a business outcome in a digital world.
PETALING JAYA: More than 140 participants attended the first forum in the SME Thought Leadership 2019 series, titled Discover New Business Opportunities Through Big Data.
SMALL and medium enterprises (SMEs) are the engines of growth for the Malaysian economy and CIMB Bank Bhd is reiterating its commitment to supporting the sector, in line with the increased spotlight on smaller businesses in recent years.