Maybank: SMEs remained agile during MCO with 67% integrating technology for sales platform

KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 19): Some 67% or two-thirds of Maybank’s small and medium enterprise (SME) customers revealed in a survey that they had successfully integrated digital technology into their sales platforms during the Movement Control Order (MCO) 3.0 period. In a statement, Maybank said MCOs and social distancing measures have driven SMEs to reorganise their business models by bringing their… Source link

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Budget 2022 is inclusive, balanced, comprehensive for all levels of society, says Tengku Zafrul

KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 18): Budget 2022 will remain inclusive, balanced and comprehensive, and protect the interests of all sections of society, Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Abdul Aziz said. Themed “Keluarga Malaysia, Makmur Sejahtera”, he said the main measures of the budget will be implemented through three axes, namely strengthening recovery, building resilience and driving… Source link

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AFFIN BANK IS THE FIRST MALAYSIAN BANK GLOBALLY RECOGNISED BY IFC FOR ITS SME-CENTRIC DIGITAL TOOL

In its pursuit to become the “Bank of Choice” for small & medium enterprises (SMEs), Affin Bank Berhad, together with Affin Islamic Bank Berhad (“AFFIN BANK” or “the Bank”), has set the record by becoming the first Malaysian bank globally recognised at the Global SME Finance Awards 2021 with an Honorable Mention in the “Product Innovation of the Year” category for its SME… Source link

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Maybank survey: 67pc of SMEs leverage digital sales tech during MCO 3.0 | Money

Maybank survey: 67pc of SMEs leverage digital sales tech during MCO 3.0. — Shutterstock pic via ETX Studio KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 17 — A survey conducted by Maybank involving its small and medium enterprise (SME) customers has revealed that 67 per cent of the respondents have leveraged digital technology into its sales platform during the Movement Control Order (MCO) 3.0. The survey was… Source link

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67% of SMEs adopting digital sales, Maybank survey

KUALA LUMPUR: A Maybank survey of its borrowing SME customers reveals that 67% of the respondents have fully leveraged digital technology into their sales platform during Movement Control Order 3.0 (MCO3.0). “MCOs and social distancing measures have steered SMEs to re-organise their business models, moving their… Source link

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Specific SME Insurance Market Size By Type, Application, Key Players, Geographic Scope and Forecast 2021 – 2027 – Energy Siren

New York, United States: The recent report on “Global Global Specific SME Insurance Market Report 2021 by Key Players, Types, Applications, Countries, Market Size, Forecast to 2027” offered by Credible Markets, comprises of a comprehensive investigation into the geographical landscape, industry size along with the revenue estimation of the business. Additionally, the report also… Source link

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Diabetes prevention starts with us

WE refer to your report “Health DG: Number of diabetic patients increasing every year” (Nov 11; online at https://bit.ly/3kvB17U). As stated in the report, diabetes is one of the major public health burdens in Malaysia, where nearly one in five people suffer from the disease, according to the National Health… Source link

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Live from a ‘haunted’ home

IT may have looked like a boring livestream of a man spending 24 hours in an apartment left vacant after the previous owner committed suicide. While the unidentified man may have had his own reason for doing the livestream, it was an initiative by the Wuzhong District People’s Court in the city of Suzhou in… Source link

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How democratic are we? | The Star

IN life, continuous learning and reminders of history is important. Continuous learning is important so that ignorance does not blind us nor do we keep using antiquated methods to manage today’s life. History can make us understand and appreciate our current circumstances. History reminds us that once upon a… Source link

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Hybrid-blended learning: The new normal

ALTHOUGH educational and training institutions have reopened, a full return to the traditional in-person classroom – such as cramming 300 students in a lecture hall – does not seem viable. Instead, the hybrid-blended learning approach is proposed as a feasible alternative. This approach is a merger of… Source link

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