Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Business

Saved by the e-hailing services

By Umie Norsyazwanie Mohd Nor KUCHING: The Covid-19 pandemic and implementation of the movement control order (MCO) have forced many café and restaurant operators to turn to e-hailing services. The trend continued to grow when the government, at one point, prohibited...

You gotta be a fighter

That’s Burger Boy’s advice to sustain business By Ekamiezza Kamil  KUCHING: Interest alone will not guarantee a business will last long. Burger specialist Jahario Azman, who has been selling burgers for almost 20 years, will tell you that. He said in order...

Matrade to organise national export day via digital platform this year

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade) will organise its signature programme, the National Export Day, via digital platform this year. In a statement today, it said themed “Reignite Your Exports”, the e-National Export Day (eNED@2021) could be...

Hairdressers, barbers support temporary closure of their business

KUCHING: Hair salon and barbershop operators here support the government’s decision not to allow their business to operate during the during the state’s second enforcement of the movement control order (MCO) which runs until June 11. Owner of Ray’s Saloon,...

Traditional kuih makers keeping up with Covid-19

By Ani Awang BAGAN SERAI: Two women, both involved in traditional kuih, have different ways of sustaining their business in keeping up with the challenges brought by the Covid-19 pandemic and implementation of the movement control order (MCO) by changing...

Lecturer, wife’s love for making grass jelly turns into thriving side business

By Anis Nabilla Md Wazilah KUANTAN: Muhammad Syafik and his wife Nor Hafsah Omar love cincau or grass jelly drinks, but little did they know that their newly-found skill to make the grass jelly would bring a side income for...

Business much better now compared to last year

KUCHING: Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, and Aidilfitri celebration restrictions, many shoppers are still flooding the shopping malls here.  Businesses like Syarikat Naazimudin that specialises in traditional Malay clothing, ranging from baju kurung, baju Melayu and jubah to songket and songkok,...

Woman turns hobby into tribal handicraft business

KUCHING: It began as a hobby for Sabrina Nayah Joshua to collect hand woven rattan baskets (belanyat or lupong) of the Penan and Kenyah tribes after she was relocated to work in Long Jekitan, Ulu Baram in 2015. Ever since...

Medac wants to help resuscitate more than 2,000 inactive cooperatives

KOTA BHARU: The Ministry of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives (Medac) has detected more than 2,000 inactive cooperatives from a total of 14,668 registered cooperatives nationwide, said Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar. Wan Junaidi said the Cooperatives Commission...

Succulents popular for Chinese New Year

The Chinese New Year will be here soon and preparations for the biggest festival in the Chinese calendar are already in full swing.  Business is good for local succulent seller, Kathy Tagok, 41, who has an online shop that specialises...
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Saved by the e-hailing services

By Umie Norsyazwanie Mohd Nor KUCHING: The Covid-19 pandemic and implementation of the movement control order (MCO) have forced many...
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