GoGet selects Digi’s Omni Hotline as its Preferred Flexible Business Landline System

 |  Friday, 24 July 2020 12:20  |  Published in GENERAL

SUBANG JAYA, 24 July 2020 – Today, Digi shares that GoGet has selected Omni Hotline as its preferred flexible business landline system, as it plans to efficiently consolidate all communications under one easy-to-use system and provide their stakeholders with a single, professional landline number.

GoGet uses Omni Hotline to power their sales and customer service teams, allowing them to communicate more professionally with partners and clients alike. With this move to Omni Hotline, GoGet migrates from using multiple, personal mobile numbers which presented many challenges. The switch to Omni Hotline comes at the right time for the team as the COVID-19 pandemic has also forced their teams to work from home.

Sunway Launches 42kl, Malaysia’s First Coding School With Zero Tuition Fees, Zero Teachers and Zero Traditional Classrooms

 |  Thursday, 23 July 2020 12:16  |  Published in GENERAL

Sunway City Kuala Lumpur, 23 July - Minister of Multimedia and Communications YB Dato' Saifuddin Abdullah today launched Sunway Education Group’s 42KL at a virtual launch, marking the world-renowned and revolutionary coding school’s opening in Malaysia. 

42KL is the Malaysian campus of 42 to be situated within the FutureX building in Sunway City Kuala Lumpur and will operate with 42’s innovative model in a collaboration among Sunway Education Group, Sunway iLabs and Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC). Anchor partners that have signed up thus far include Sunway Group, CIMB, Roland Berger, DHL, Huawei and Carsome. 

Celebrating 50 years of Norwegian salmon and to many more years to come!

 |  Thursday, 23 July 2020 11:27  |  Published in GENERAL

Norwegian salmon has been pleasing the palates of Malaysians for at least 20, both at home and in restaurants, with the demand for this and the Norwegian fjord trout increasing steadily through the years. And Norway has emerged as the preferred country of origin for salmon and fjord trout among Malaysians, according to the Norwegian Seafood Council’s (NSC) annual Seafood Consumer Insight.

In 2019 the exports of Norwegian salmon and fjord trout to Malaysia totalled 4,056 tons, to the value of US$26,625,035, marking a 20.35% rise in volume and 16.2% in value over the previous year (2018).

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