With the development of technologies and the collection of more and more data on consumers, processes or markets, using this Big Data attracts the interests of an ever growing number of businesses in Malaysia. Yet a lot remains to be done to properly define the goals and processes, to hire or train the right people.
Getting sold in a supermarket is a big step forward for food or other B2C products manufacturers. Scaling up the production without loosing quality and developing the right marketing, brand, promotion and distribution channels, will however be determining factors in the ultimate commercial success.
The Malaysian government has released its eleventh economic development plan for the years 2016 to 2020. With ambitious economic objectives, the plan sets targets and defines some economic policies that will be implemented in the coming years, with the ultimate goal to make Malaysia a high income economy by 2020.
In emerging countries, elevating the standards of living of the poorest can often be a problematic task. In Malaysia, an innovative solution aims at providing cheap housing and sustainable jobs through a project of “smart village” that combines construction, agriculture and technology.
With a population expected to reach 10 million by 2020, Kuala Lumpur is in need of major urban planning to enhance the well being of locals and tourists alike. To allow for its sustainable development, various projects are being implemented which will impact community livability, economic and business sustainability.
Malaysians are well versed in the use of mobile devices, Internet and social media, with high Internet and mobile penetration, and proficiency with social media. Among the leaders in Southeast Asia both in terms of volume and intensity of use, Malaysia has a strong potential to develop activities and business online.
Preserving, restoring or recycling traditional cultures and historic buildings can be a powerful asset to attract visitors and generate tourism revenues. This video presents how economic development can be balanced with the maintaining of cultural heritage and local traditions, in order to stimulate the tourism industry.
In order to improve the taxi system of the Klang valley in Malaysia, an innovative solution has been implemented through the use of new technologies. Thanks to a mobile application, passengers and taxi drivers can now benefit from a better way of managing their journeys in the Kuala Lumpur region.
Presentation that details the characteristics, needs and concerns of online sellers in Malaysia. All those interested in learning more about the profiles of online sellers, such as developers and marketers for online shops will find crucial elements to learn more about the requests of current and future online merchants.
This very well designed presentation details the consumer behavior and profiles of online shoppers in Malaysia. Anyone interested in the demand side of the Malaysian e-commerce landscape will find very useful and interesting data to grasp the preferences, psychology and uses of online buyers of Malaysia.