AirAsia inks MoU with Malaysia Entrepreneurs' Development Association (PUMM) to provide members of the association with more travel flexibility through AirAsia MyCorporate services.
The MoU was signed at AirAsia RedQ by Spencer Lee, AirAsia Malaysia Head of Commercial and Tan Lay Seong, Deputy President of the Malaysia Entrepreneurs’ Development Association.
Axiata Business Services Sdn. Bhd., operating under the brand Xpand, and Koble Inc., a leading global business-to-business matchmaking platform, signed an exclusive licensing agreement covering the Asia region to offer small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) and larger enterprises a digital business matchmaking service to meet buyers and suppliers that are a perfect match for potential commercial opportunities.
The Koble platform enables business professionals to discover, connect and facilitate business deals with buyers and suppliers around the world. Recognising a need to improve upon current business-to-business (B2B) networks that are designed solely for building personal brands, the Koble platform combines the power of social networking with the intelligence of anonymous and artificial intelligence (AI)-powered matchmaking to improve relationship management for both qualified buyers and sellers looking to grow their businesses.
Children from countries such as Lesotho, India, Myanmar and Malaysia will benefit from RM103,000 raised by about 200 OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad (OCBC Bank) staff who fasted through an entire work day recently.
The 8-Hour Corporate Famine programme was a collaborative effort between the Bank and international humanitarian organisation World Vision Malaysia. Led by its Chief Executive Officer, Datuk Ong Eng Bin, OCBC Bank staff broke fast together at the close of work in this adaptation of World Vision’s 30-Hour Famine programme.