In conjunction with the two day MCY Summit at Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, the Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation (MOSTI) celebrated the local talents for their significant contributions to the nation’s economic growth towards 2050 by awarding them with MCY 2017 Awards.
This MCY 2017 Awards is one of the major highlights from the summit which aim is to provide recognition and incentives to the best products and technologies. The award is also to encourage interest in the commercialization of products.
Multi-platform online radio station created for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs, known as eFM was officially launched by the Prime Minister, YAB Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak at the Global Entrepreneurship Community Summit 2017.
Honouring the online radio station with his presence, YAB Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak sat down for a live streaming session in the first of its kind’s pop-up studio. During the 15 minutes interview, YAB Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak gave his advice to all entrepreneurs, and also shared a song that motivated and energized him in addition to emphasizing the priority of innovation and entrepreneurship to drive the country towards achieving high growth economy.
Having provided quality and innovative oral care products for more than two centuries globally, Colgate continues to inspire consumers to take better care of their oral health from the most primary step – through their toothpaste. In line with that, Colgate today introduces a new range of toothpaste inspired by nature – Colgate Naturals, designed to meet consumers’ gravitation towards a more wellness-focused lifestyle. With natural extracts such as lemon, tea tree oil, aloe vera, seaweed salt and crystalline salt, Colgate Naturals comes in three variants: Pure Fresh, Real White and Gum Comfort.
Taking prominence across Asia, consumers are at a stage of heightened awareness, actively having conversations around the need for a healthier life. When it comes to personal care, consumers are becoming more conscious of the choice of products used. This highlights the fact that consumers are beginning to seek products that will provide an uplifting experience while improving their overall well-being. This growing awareness was also reported in the Nielsen Global Corporate Sustainability Report 2015, indicating that 60% of Malaysians (above the global average) are more likely to consume products that are made from fresh, natural or organic ingredients.