Malaysia SME

Fund Your SME With a Government Loan Malaysia

Over the past three years, the hot topic around the world has been the dreaded pandemic caused by COVID-19. The pandemic has hurt many businesses in Malaysia, especially Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). As Malaysia moves into the endemic phase, companies have a chance to rejuvenate their businesses once again. Syarikat Jaminan Pembiayaan Perniagaan (SJPP) is giving Malaysian business… Source link

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Taking advantage of modern technology

IN a matter of months, Covid-19 has pushed companies across the world to speed up their adoption of digital technology by several years. The small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Malaysia did the same, but about 80% of Malaysian SMEs remain undigitised, according to SME Corp chief executive officer Rizal… Source link

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5 brands in Malaysia that hit the jackpot with social media marketing

The pandemic has accelerated the age of the consumer. For brands to survive, it is even more pressing for them to meet consumers’ ever-changing demands and be wherever they are at all times. According to Talkwalker’s “2022 Social Media Trends” report, TikTok will take over social media, leaving other platforms to adapt. At the same time, social ads will develop as a result of the… Source link

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SC: Fintech to be leveraged as innovative solution enabler in Malaysian Islamic capital market

KUALA LUMPUR (April 13): Fi­­­­­­nancial technology (fintech) will be leveraged as an enabler of innovative solutions focusing on the halal economy, socially responsible investing (SRI) and Islamic social finance to further grow the Malaysian Islamic capital market (ICM), said the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC). SC Islamic capital market development executive director Sharifatul… Source link

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Content and data roles in demand among Malaysia SMEs as employment jumps 5%

Malaysia has witnessed a more than 5% increase in employment in the SME sector during the first quarter of the year. According to the SME Employment Index by HR software firm BrioHR.com, this is strong growth and an uplift of more than 4% increase for the last quarter of 2021 and a 10% increase in employment numbers over the last six months from last October to March this year. The… Source link

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SMEs in Malaysia are showing positive signs of recovery in terms of salaries and employment

This quarter, salaries offered by SMEs have reportedly increased by 1.3%, and employment numbers have increased by 5%. Small-medium enterprises (SMEs) in Malaysia are showing positive signs of recovery in the economy, according to BrioHR’s SME Employment Index. Data in the index revealed that salaries have, in fact, increased by 1.3% in the first quarter of the year after showing a drop… Source link

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Employers: No to four-day work week

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is not ready to implement a four-day work week as this will result in higher costs for companies, say businesses. Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers president Tan Sri Soh Thian Lai (pic) said most employers, especially the small and medium enterprises (SMEs), were not ready to adopt a… Source link

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Malaysian SME recovering from manpower woes: BrioHR.com index

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian small and medium enterprises (SME) are showing positive signs of recovery, tackling the labour shortage caused by the “great resignation” due to the Covid-19 pandemic, BrioHR.com’s SME Employment Index shows. BrioHR.com co-founder and CEO Benjamin Croc (pix) said the index tracks health of employment and factors of SME in the aggregated data of 14,000 employees… Source link

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