Usahawan from Penang Calls on New Minister of Entrepreneurial Development to Dialogue with Malaysian MSMEs | Money



An aerial view of Gurney Drive from Komtar in George Town, Penang on September 7, 2020. – Photo by Sayuti Zainudin

GEORGE TOWN, August 28 – The Organization of Muslim Entrepreneurs of Pulau Pinang (Usahawan) hopes that the Ministry of Entrepreneurship Development and Cooperatives (Medac) and its new Minister Tan Sri Noh Omar will dialogue with entrepreneurs to have a better idea of ​​their problems in the midst of pandemics.

Usahawan President Datuk Muhamad Farid Saad said this contribution would help Medac implement an action plan to help micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) that have been hit hard by the impact of Covid -19.

“The input of the views of entrepreneurs is necessary for the formulation of a practical policy, instead of a fanciful policy. This will help in the preparation of a more solid 2022 budget which can help Bumiputera entrepreneurs who are in distress in every way, both in life and in livelihood, ”he said in a statement.

Usahawan, who congratulated Noh on his appointment, said it was an opportunity for the new minister to help entrepreneurs recover, noting that Noh had vast knowledge and experience, having been the chairman of Perbadanan Usahawan. Nasional Berhad (PUNB). – Bernama



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