Malaysia saw a modest growth of investments in the first half of 2015 (1H15), with new approved direct investments totalling RM113.5 billion, up from RM112.0 billion in 1H14.
Harmini Asokumar was determined to emerge as an entrepreneur in her own right and has now established her own handmade fashion accessories business called “Deeper Than Fashion”.
Tapping methane from Palm Oil Mill Effluent for a renewable source of green energy has great potential as an income generator, besides pushing market boundaries by changing the way the world looks at…
MITI Deputy Minister recognises business leaders at the Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards; encourages SMEs to adopt “ASEAN strategy”.
Deeper understanding of human needs necessary for practical, sustainable and responsible IoT implementation. IoT identified as a key technology areas in RMK11 to enhance the productivity of new knowledge-based growth areas.
Gain free entry into the relaxing atmosphere of a country club and get fit, right in Bandar Utama on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur.
Speak to many business people in the consulting business and they will tell you they wish they could “product-ise” some of their services. The harsh reality is that the ideal of creating products…
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is arguably the most controversial trade agreement to date. Small wonder, given that it includes 12 nations and covers nearly 40% of the global economy. The TPP will undoubtedly…
Astro, which has a 90% market share in Malaysia, aims to build on its strengths in creating local content and value-added services to drive further growth in a challenging economic environment.
The state uses transformation lab to find effective solutions to meet its GDP targets.
Is the construction sector geared for a rebound? Industry experts believe so.
East Malaysian fast food chain SugarBun is fast expanding from its Australian base of Melbourne, and delighting people from all walks of life along the way.
What was previously a support function is now increasingly important to business strategy.
Modern skills for the modern workplace aren’t always taught in school especially those in the poorer neighbourhoods. Arus Academy aims to fill this gap by teaching skills like coding and programming, and public…
One of the harsh realities of urban life is that you don’t get to eat home-cooked food much. Urban Stove, a hot new online F&B start up, aims to change that by making…
It’s more convenient than a bus and cheaper than a taxi. Operating within a tight 3km radius, Busttle aims to fill the gap in public transport by providing the last mile service for…
The KLCI has come under selling pressure in recent months on the back of multiple negative factors, the most recent being the weakening ringgit. Is it time to bottom-fish yet?
Economists are generally encouraged with what they see as a “respectable” 1H15 GDP growth of 5.3% yoy.
Despite great demand, the growth of Islamic microfinancing remains slow due to a lack of funding. We look at several ways to overcome this problem.
Cyberview and TalentCorp hosted top women leaders and advocators at the Cyberjaya Women Forum held recently.