ENTERPRISE ASIA CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP
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To accelerate the growth of entrepreneurs in Malaysia and across Asia through evidence-based industry best practices, curation of transferrable framework for shared values practices, and aggregation of innovation and innovative practices.
AN INTEGRATED PLATFORM
Enabler for Entrepreneurship Education (Formal)
Facilitator for Continued Business Education (Informal)
Research/Consulting Platform For Businesses
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Room2Infinity Series is an entrepreneurial sharing session to educate business and concurrently empower youths on thought-provoking topics, promoting entrepreneurship in the process.
FAST-TRACK YOUR BUSINESS WITH DIGITISATION
The COVID-19 pandemic has cost the global economy downfall of USD2.7 trillion, and the only way to stay afloat is to pivot towards digitising business.
Clueless on accelerating your digital action plans? Now is the ideal time for businesses to engage with Christopher Ng, CEO of PanPages TRINITY on Digitisation of Business: Roadmap and Action Plans.
CONCERNED ON LEGAL REGULATIONS AND DUTIES AS AN EMPLOYER DURING THIS CRISIS?
As the COVID-19 pandemic escalates, businesses are greatly affected by the precautionary measures to contain the outbreak. This escalation can make it difficult for employers to keep up on their legal obligations and rights.
Seeking for advice on the legal implications of COVID-19 disruption as an employer? Watch Chen Yu Szen, Partner of Messrs Anton & Chen as he speaks on the legal options and responsibilities for employers during this pandemic.
MENTAL HEALTH AT WORK: MANAGING YOUR WELLBEING DURING THE PANDEMIC
88% of employers and employees are reported experiencing moderate to extreme stress over the past 4 to 6 weeks due to COVID-19 related stress. As the company wrestle with business continuity, both employers and employees are in need for mental health support to prevent further risk and dramatic impact on health and productivity.
Dr. Aisya Musa, a Chartered Clinical Psychologist will be providing strategies on how to improve workplace mental health, and how employers may assist their employees in balancing productivity while maintaining mental health. Engage with Dr. Aisya on Workplace Mental Health: Supporting Employers and Employees during COVID-19.
OUT OF THE BOX: CREATIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Creativity is a vital tool for every entrepreneur as it accelerates and innovates existing business practices. Moreover, creativity gives entrepreneurs a competitive advantage, but how does one assess if they are have the characteristic of a successful and creative entrepreneur?
Join Dr Andy, an entrepreneur from birth, who will share some tips and tricks of successful creative entrepreneurship and what separates creative entrepreneurs from others.
THE FUTURE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP POST COVID-19
As the COVID-19 pandemic slowly become the new norm for our societies and with many countries currently going into recovery mode in normalising daily life, how has entrepreneurship evolved? What sort of consequences has the pandemic brought to businesses and what can we expect the future of entrepreneurship to look like in Asia?
Join Melvin Poh, founder of The Asian Entrepreneur, the international business publishing house and knowledge crowdsourcing platform, as he shares insights gathered from the collective knowledge and experiences of Asia during this crucial period.
FULFILLING THE DREAM: AMERICAN LIBERAL EDUCATION AND THE FUTURE OF WORK
What do Steve Jobs, Howard Schultz, and Jack Ma have in common? Apart from being famous entrepreneurs, none of them graduated with a business degree. Rather, each of them studied in the field of liberal arts. What can a liberal education help us in today’s challenging global economy?
As bosses and CEOs stress for the need to think outside the box, collaborate, and communicate ideas effectively, join Dr. Lim Eu Kit and Professor William Borges from HELP University in exploring how a liberal arts education may be more valuable than ever before.
Indeed, developing the confidence and flexibility to constantly learn new skills and ideas within and across all disciplines is what ultimately sets us up for long-term career success.
Future enterprise Series is an integral thought leadership and inspirational sharing by business leaders and entrepreneurs on strategies and experiences in addressing increasingly challenging business landscape across Asia.
CEO SHARING: THE NEW NORMAL FOR BUSINESSES AFTER COVID-19
The unexpected COVID-19 episode has led a change for businesses to adapt to the new normal and these obscure dynamics have disrupted businesses across the globe in many ways. The pandemic challenged businesses to think, introduce, and execute radical approaches to continuing the business operations for its long term sustainability.
This panel discussion will elaborate on the new normal business strategies after the COVID-19 disruption. View our distinguished panel speakers Rienzi Ramirez, President & Country Director of 7.ai Philippines and Kim Teo Poh Jin, Group CEO, BoardRoom Limited Singapore speaks on The New Normal For Businesses Post COVID-19
SUSTAINABILITY : KEY TO ECONOMIC GROWTH
Due to the pandemic, the economic growth in Asia is expected to stall at zero percent in 2020 which signifies the worst growth in almost 60 years. Right now, the growing calls for corporations to address global sustainability risks and strategies is greater than ever.
How and when do we move to a ‘greener’ recovery? Join our panel discussion led by Dr. Niven Huang, Regional Leader of KPMG Sustainability Services Asia Pacific and the panellist of Joseph Huang, CEO, E.Sun Bank (Taiwan), Nintira Abhisinha, Senior Vice President of Corporate Sustainability Development and Standard, The Bangchak Corporation Public Company Limited (Thailand) and Walter C. Wassmer, Senior Executive Vice President and Head of Institutional Banking Group, BDO Unibank (Philippines) as the panel shares on how to not shift priorities away from sustainability actions as economies attempt to get back on track, and methods of green recovery elements to factor in during recovery.