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AS consumers become more cautious about their safety in public and work spaces, there will be a need for companies to rethink and re-evaluate their practices and processes to accommodate new concerns.
THE disruption brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic has weighed on businesses across different industries. Even as businesses reopen, they continue to face challenges amidst a weakening economy.
Malaysia narrowly escapes contraction in Q1 with 0.7% growth
ONE of the things that have, perhaps, become clear to businesses during the movement control order (MCO) is that business is no longer “the usual”.
PETALING JAYA: The government has increased the allocation for the employment retention programme (ERP) by another RM120mil, bringing the total funds for the ERP to RM240mil.
ALTHOUGH companies are racing to shore up cash as revenues plunge, peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platforms are seeing a decline in financing deals.
IN recent days, the narrative among the business community has shifted from one of doom and gloom to that of strategising a recovery plan in preparation for the lifting of the movement control order (MCO).
LIFE will never be the same again for small business owners. The damage inflicted upon small and medium enterprises (SMEs) by the Covid-19 pandemic will have a long-lasting impact on companies.
IT is a fact that many businesses are crippled in the face of the current pandemic as companies struggle to keep business going. However, new opportunities are also emerging amidst the changing landscape, particularly in the tech startup space.If anything, the current crisis presents startups with a chance to relook their products and business models to cater to a new market.