MyCyberSale 2017 aims to achieve RM300mil sales


(L-R) MDEC CEO Datuk Yasmin Mahmood, PIKOM chairman Chin Chee Seong, Malaysia Book of Records CEO Datuk Michael Tio and PIKOM deputy chairman and e-Commerce Malaysia chair Ganesh Kumar Bangah launching the MyCyberSale 2017 which will feature 1,000 online merchants. — SAM THAM/The Star

MyCyberSale, the annual online sales festival, is expected to generate more than RM300mil in sales this year.

Held for the fourth year in a row, the event is helmed by the National ICT Association of Malaysia (Pikom) and the Malaysian Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) via a public-private partnership initiative.

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