Thursday 27 April
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the country are required to continuously improve products and services to keep up in the digital era.
Deputy Minister of Entrepreneur Development Committee chairman Datuk Mohd. Naroden Majais said entrepreneurs do not have other options to increase capacity with new challenges in a world without borders.
He said the majority of the 50,000 registered businesses are SMEs which nearly 80 per cent of micro-sized.
“Therefore, if a good quality product we can market not only locally but globally.
“As an entrepreneur, science, information and communication technology (ICT) need to be studied such as WhatsApp, Instagram and others that are now affecting the daily life of mankind, including how to think and make decisions,” he said when opening a seminar Transformation of SMEs 2017 here today.
Also present were Director of the Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) chairman, Tengku Azmi Tengku Majid.
Elaborating, he said, the MPC also provided grants totaling $ 625,000 for the development of the business system here this year.
“I hope this grant recipients will use should be to further expand their business.
“The cooperation of all relevant government agencies to be done to produce the impact of the entrepreneur to be competitive and competitive,” he explained.
Source : Internet