Special programme draws 50 entrepreneurs

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BINTULU: Fifty micro, small, and medium entrepreneurs here today (Oct 23) attended a special programme jointly organised by SME Corp Malaysia Sarawak Office Branch and the Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Industrial Terminal and Entrepreneur Development (Mintred) Sarawak.

Called “Program Sehari bersama Usahawan (One-Day Programme with Entrepreneurs), it aimed to raise public awareness on the assistance provided by the federal and state governments in assisting the development of micro, small and medium entrepreneurs.

SME Corp Malaysia Sarawak director Faiz Ramzi Sutarji hoped the hybrid programme would help the participants to increase their knowledge and strengthen their respective enterprises and businesses.

Related agencies such as TekunNasional, Insken, SEDC and TM as well as SME Corp Malaysia and Mintred also took part in the programme.

The programme was first held in Sibu. It will be held in Lundu in mid-November.

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