KUALA LUMPUR, 21 February 2020 – As we ring in the new decade, we are accompanied by a new wave of disruption more forceful and more pervasive than we have ever experienced. Malaysia has 26 commercial banks, 16 Islamic banks, one international Islamic bank and 11 investment banks. All these banks have one thing in common.
They all need to evolve with the times and adapt to the changes in the future.
KUALA LUMPUR, 20 February 2020 - The current market slowdown has caused retailers to feel the pinch in their businesses, especially with the high overhead and operational costs. To help cushion the impact, retailers are now placing greater emphasis on e-commerce as an added channel to reach their consumers.
Meanwhile, consumers are also turning to e-commerce to find and purchase essential products. Shopee has recorded a spike in shopping activity on its platform. Stronger demands across most retail categories are seen, especially for fast moving consumer goods such as household necessities and groceries. These products include instant noodles, canned food, detergent, diapers, baby milk formula, bath and body products, facial cleansers and more.
KUALA LUMPUR (20 February 2020) – The recent outbreak of the 2019-Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) has caused medical masks and hand sanitisers to fly off the shelves in dispensaries nationwide. However, in the midst of the widespread panic, Sunway Medical Centre Velocity (SMCV) specialists are saying that sleep is the best way to enhance the immune system as a way to reduce the risk of contracting the virus.
Sunway Medical Centre Velocity (SMCV)’s Respiratory Specialist and General Physician, Dr. Nurul Yaqeen Mohd Esa elaborates that there is still no known cure or vaccine for the virus, with many still in the trial and experimentation stage. What all Malaysians can do is ensure that their immune system is strengthened in order to fight off the Covid-19 infection.