Funding Societies Malaysia Embarks on ‘Arise and Thrive’ Campaign

Funding Societies Malaysia celebrates half a decade of uplifting underserved MSMEs across the nation, as it kicks off its themed-campaign ‘Arise and Thrive’ or Bangkit Bersinar.

The fintech platform’s fifth anniversary promotional campaign celebrates its achievements in serving thousands of valued micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) and investors.

The anniversary campaign features exclusive promotions for both MSMEs and investors’ customers. MSME customers stand to win up to RM888 worth of e-vouchers for successful business referrals. Not only benefitting its own client base, Funding Societies is also rewarding the public up to RM1,000 when they refer businesses to grow with its SME digital financing solutions. Investors, too, stand a chance to win attractive referral rewards with additional bonus when they refer a minimum five friends to invest with the platform during the campaign period.

As part of the anniversary celebration campaign that runs until 31 March, the platform is also rolling out more initiatives, which includes ‘Arise and Thrive’ Brand Video: Themed video launch signalling the kickstart of the campaign on Youtube; ‘Arise and Thrive’ Masterclass Series: Webinars & Instagram live sessions featuring invited guests and finance influencers sharing insights on their entrepreneurial and
financial journey; Social media trivia: A series of trivia quizzes on Funding Societies’ official Instagram, where lucky winners stand to win Xiaomi MI True Wireless Earbuds Basic 2.

Founded in 2017, Funding Societies Malaysia was established to financially uplift both the underserved and unserved MSME segment who make up the backbone of the nation’s economy. Five years into its establishment in Malaysia, Funding Societies Malaysia has accomplished impressive feats and milestones, both on the MSMEs and investors’ front. The anniversary celebration also comes on the back of its RM1 billion business financing disbursement milestone in Malaysia achieved last year and more recently its multi-million dollar Series C+ fundraising announced just last month. Regionally, the platform has disbursed RM9 billion in business financing across five million financing deals.

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