edotco Group (edotco), an integrated telecommunications infrastructure services company, and Sumitomo Corporation, a leading global trading and business investment conglomerate, entered into a strategic collaboration to advance the capabilities of their connectivity offerings and solutions.
This collaboration enables both parties to leverage each other’s core expertise in effort to deploy improved and innovative solutions within the industry.
The National ICT Association of Malaysia (PIKOM) has appointed Alan Fung, a well-known figure in the ICT industry, as the new chief executive officer (CEO) of the secretariat.
Fung have worked in various sub-sectors of the industry for more than 30 years a he was PIKOM’s executive director from 1994 to 2000 before embarking on an entrepreneurial journey to start his own company.
The development of industrial parks in the country needs to be synchronised with the states’ unique strengths and leverage on specific industry clusters.
“By providing a location which is well equipped with the right ingredients of the highest standards, it has the potential to transform the area into a thriving city of industry.
Epson, a global leader in printing technologies and market leader for ink tank printers, has launched its new line up of EcoTank printers that offer one of the lowest total cost of ownership in the market.
“With the launch of our EcoTank Monochrome series, we aim to expand the market for inkjet printers and shift users from the entry-level laser printer segment to purchase inkjet printers.
Public Gold the physical gold and trading company has organised its very own annual gold seminar supported by the Malaysia Gold Association (MGA), Koperasi Dagang Emas (KDE) and Amanie Advisors Sdn. Bhd.
The event brought together the general public and veterans from the gold industry across the country for an informative sharing session by economy experts to understand more about the role and benefits of physical gold.
Ricoh Malaysia hosted its ‘Empowering Digital Workplaces’ (EDW) 2018 event In line with its value proposition and entering ‘Industry 4.0 (IR 4.0).
The event demonstrated new and diverse approaches to work smarter through innovative technology tools, among some of the verticals that illustrated these at the event’s booths were Education, Manufacturing, Logistics, Construction/Developer, Retail, Workplace Services and Surveillance Applications.
The Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA), organiser of the Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show 2018 (KLIMS’18) has spent approximately RM7 millions for media exposure.
The extensive advertising and promotion campaign for KLIMS’18 is set to generate hype to the motor show through print, digital, broadcast and outdoor channels.
GoCar Malaysia and Shell Malaysia inked a partnership and announced the availability of the car sharing service at 100 Shell stations across Klang Valley, Johor Bahru and Penang.
The partnership aims to enhance the journeys of Malaysians by providing them added convenience for their travel options and is in line with both companies’ commitment in making life’s journeys better for all Malaysians.
Sunway’s non-profit incubator and accelerator, Sunway iLabs, launched its Sunway iLabs Makerspace with five initial industry partners, Google, NEC, Hitachi Sunway, Xperanti, and GE, which aims to equip students and entrepreneurs with a collaborative space and tools for innovation.
The event also saw Sunway iLabs announcing three new international collaborations - the European Commission-funded South East Asia Social Innovation Network (SEASIN), the University of California, Berkeley; and Silicon Valley accelerator, A3 Global Collider, which will provide students and entrepreneurs with additional sources of capital; mentorship and links to international markets.
The number of Malaysians in the labour force with tertiary education increased the most by about 1.3 million while those with secondary education increased by 1.2 million from 2010 to 2017, according to a report by Khazanah Research Institute.
The State of Households 2018: Different Realities report published by Khazanah Research Institute stated that there was a decrease of about 438,000 Malaysians with primary education in the labour force over the same period.