MDEC-Trained Selangor Entrepreneurs Generate Over RM309 Million In Sales

A total of 103,858 entrepreneurs from Selangor were trained through the eUsahawan program under the auspices of the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), generating accumulated sales of over RM309 million.

Its Chairman, Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh, stated that the program, which has been implemented since 2015, emphasizes the importance of digital entrepreneurship in generating income, promoting products, and increasing sales.

“Through this eUsahawan program, MDEC has also successfully trained a total of 563,543 students from higher education institutions (IPT), Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) students, and entrepreneurs nationwide, generating accumulated sales exceeding RM1.24 billion,” he said.

He was speaking at the Opening Ceremony of the Digital Exploration@Shah Alam event officiated by EXCO Innovation Advocate Dr. Mohammad Fahmi Ngah here today.

Syed Ibrahim said the provision of a comprehensive and sustainable digital economic ecosystem is crucial in efforts to build a more inclusive and competitive society in the digital age.

“MDEC has implemented structured programs to ensure a sustainable supply of digital technology talent to meet industry needs.

“Among the digital talent development programs developed at the school level is MyDigitalMaker, which was launched in August 2016.

“Until December last year, more than 2.5 million students nationwide have benefited from this program, which is a collaborative effort involving various parties from the public, private, and academic sectors,” he said.

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