Access to business funding know-how for Indian businesses

| Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia |  19 Sept 2016 | Asia Samachar |
Access to Business Funding: A programme by CMSO and SEED
Access to Business Funding: A programme by CMSO and SEED

Indian businesses in Malaysia have a opportunity to interact direct with eight government agencies to better understand how they access business funding.

The one-day event, organised by  Coalition of Malaysian Sikh Organisations (CMSO) and Secretariat for Empowerment of Indian Entrepreneurs (SEED), will be held in Kuala Lumpur on 1 Oct 2016 (Saturday).

Among the government agencies that will be present are Tekun Nasional, Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia, SME Bank and its wholly owned subsidiary Centre for Entrpreneur Development and Research (CEDAR), SME Corporation Malaysia, Agensi Kaunseling Dan Pengurusan Kredit (AKPK) and Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC).

To participate, send a WhatsApp message (detailing : Name, IC number, Phone number) to CMSO Secretary General Autar Singh at 012-2055011 



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