AIG Malaysia recently marked its countdown towards its global centennial year with a special media briefing that celebrated its 66 years of safeguarding Malaysia while also identifying four key risk areas in 2019 amidst changing lifestyles and the advancement of technology.
Antony Lee, CEO of AIG Malaysia identified high-risk areas for businesses and individuals and earmarked road safety, cyber security, protection for SMEs and travellers as the leading general insurer’s key focuses in 2019.
Malaysian technology-based companies are growing from strength-to-strength with the help of experienced mentors and coaches from the Coach and Grow Programme (CGP).
The CGP is a public-private partnership between Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd (Cradle) and industry partner, Proficeo, and is designed to bring together key players in the entrepreneurial ecosystem to support and fortify technology entrepreneurs scale their businesses to greater heights.
With the number of mobile internet users in Malaysia projected to increase by 5% over the next few years, reaching more than 21 million users, the online sales segment is expected to grow in tandem with this trend, according to a study by Tetra Pak, the world’s leading food processing and packaging solutions company.
This year, Tetra Pak, which released the 11th annual edition of the Tetra Pak Index recently, focused on the rise of Online Grocery and the unique challenges it presents for the food and beverage industry.