DOJO KL announced a strategic partnership with Insurtech PolicyStreet, to enable DOJO coworking members to enjoy affordable employee protection plans in Malaysia.
The partnership was forged by DOJO Co-founder, Joshua Kong and PolicyStreet’s Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, Wilson Beh.
Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) together with its partners are the pioneers behind Malaysia’s Social Inclusion & VIbrant Entrepreneurship (MasSIVE) movement. This movement aims to propel the aspiration of the Social Enterprise Blueprint, drive systemic change in the sector locally, create an enabling ecosystem and champion the impact driven enterprise (IDE) movement regionally.
MasSIVE’s inception was during the 2018 Budget announcement in which Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak allocated a portion of the Budget to cultivate impact driven enterprises that are vibrant and able to drive inclusive economic growth. MaGIC is partnering with Impact4Humanity, iM4U, myHarapan, Agensi Inovasi Malaysia (AIM), Yayasan Hasanah, eFM, and ngohub.asia to lay the foundation of MasSIVE.
The commodity sector remains the largest net exporter, recording a trade balance of RM100.8 billion last year compared with electrical and electronics RM90.1 billion and petroleum and gas RM36 billion, said the Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong.
In 2017, exports of commodity sector in 2017 recorded the highest peak since 2011 (RM141.1 billion) where total export earnings of commodity products amounted to RM140.3 billion or 15% of Malaysia’s total merchandise export, 14.4% higher than RM122.6 billion in 2016.