MDEC’s MIX Programme To Help Local Enterprises Pivot Digitally And Boost Competitiveness

The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation has launched the MDEC Innovation Exchange (MIX) programme in efforts to accelerate the digitalisation of the nation’s economy.

MIX is part of the agency’s corporate innovation efforts aimed at empowering large corporates with value-added digital transformation via local innovations.

““In line with the Malaysia Digital Economy Blueprint (MyDIGITAL) and coinciding with our agenda of Malaysia 5.0, MIX will greatly benefit local enterprises to pivot digitally and boost their competitiveness, thus accelerating a nation by providing equitable digital opportunities to the people and businesses,” said Surina Shukri, MDEC Chief Executive Officer.

The programme will engage with programme participants via design thinking, networking, market access, partnerships and with the hiring and upskilling of existing staff.

Participating corporates will also be able to collaborate with MDEC on programmes and initiatives such as SayaDigital, eBerkat and the Global Online Workforce (GLOW) to support underprivileged communities in Malaysia.

The MIX programme by MDEC is open to all corporates wishing to be a part of the innovation space. They can also apply to involve themselves in multiple innovation initiatives under the programme.

To register your organisation for the MIX programme, visit

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