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e-Preneurs to create digital women entrepreneurs

KUCHING:Women e-Preneurs application will give a push for Sarawakian women to move forward in the empowerment of digital era.

Do online businesses

KUCHING: Bidayuh women have been advised to venture into online businesses. Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Childhood Development...

The curious case of online shopping

The internet can be both a blessing and a poison. With the rise of the internet, e-commerce platforms that merge with...

New canopy for packed post office

MUKAH: A pile of incoming items purchased online placed at the entrance of Pos Malaysia Berhad (Pos) here has attracted the attention...

Webinar secures RM310k in export order

KUCHING: The Sarawak Trade and Tourism Office Singapore (Statos) Matching Webinar on Sarawak food exports has secured food export order worth RM310,000.

Helping women, youths to register their businesses

KUCHING: A task force on business permit and licence registration has been established to assist more women entrepreneurs and youths who have...

Local players can thrive in e-commerce

KUCHING: Local entrepreneurs are urged to digitalise their processes and sell their products online in order to remain competitive.

Entrepreneur making good use of MCO

KUCHING: More people are now exposed to online sales and purchases. All this happened because of the movement control...

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Unique musical showcase to pay tribute to frontliners

KUCHING: Sarawak Symphony Orchestra (SONS) will pay tribute to frontliners working around the clock fighting the Covid-19...

Enhance knowledge and skills, farmers told

MIRI: In order to be successful in farming, farmers need to enhance their knowledge and skills, said...

Chinese arch project nears completion

MUKAH: The Chinese arch project at Jalan Tiong Hua here is nearing completion. Considered...

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Unique musical showcase to pay tribute to frontliners

KUCHING: Sarawak Symphony Orchestra (SONS) will pay...

Enhance knowledge and skills, farmers told

MIRI: In order to be successful in...