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Spotlight on Elton Kuah: Helping Malaysian micro-businesses go digital.

Elton is a running free training programs to help more entrepreneurs make the shift digitally.


Alfred Lee17 Apr, 2020

Spotlight on Elton Kuah: Helping Malaysian micro-businesses go digital.

As more companies have ceased operations due to nationwide shut-downs, Malaysian entrepreneur, Elton Kuah, is on a mission to support them in making the shift to the digital world.

The initiative he's part of, dubbed eUsahawan - Online Marketing for Beginners, is a free training program subsidized by the Malaysian government to help more micro-businesses sell their products online.

More information on the eUsahawan program.

The program is a 1 day (fully online) digital marketing training, covering topics on digital marketing and helping businesses start an online e-commerce store via the Go-eCommerce platform.

Participants will also be given the opportunity to participate in an upcoming E-Bazaar, which will be participated by over 600 vendors across the nation.

Elton at a MaGIC event.

Prior to this, Elton has been actively involved with helping companies transform their business digitally, with over 10 years of experience in market research and online marketing.

He is also a Level 1 Certified Marketed under the General Assembly and Marketing Standards Board.

For more information on Elton's upcoming workshops, visit the following link.

Alfred LeeAuthor

Journalist at BEAMSTART. I write about breaking business news in the region.

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