This program gives entrepreneurs the digital know-how to thrive in the event of a pandemic


Over the course of four weeks, program participants will learn to identify and refine skills critical to the digital economy, learn more about personal branding, learn how to market their strengths on independent platforms like Fiverr and learn basic skills to take care of your first customer, among other practical skills. Participants will also be matched with simulated work opportunities to better understand the pace of the digital workplace and will also be referred to Microsoft’s Global Skills Initiative to support their lifelong learning.

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“The ultimate success of this program depends on the participant’s ability to provide high quality digital services and build thriving livelihoods through the digital economy,” said Rashvin Pal Singh, CEO of the Biji-biji Group. Initiative, emphasizing that students by exploiting the real work opportunities of the Me.reka network of human resource startups, companies, SMEs and other partners.

To give the B40 community a fair chance to participate in the program’s next July start, 500 scholarships (partial and full) worth over RM640,000 are currently on offer, thanks to the Hong Leong Foundation and the SIM MaGIC Penjana scholarship.

Interested in collaborating and being a part of Me.reka’s impact in Malaysia? Me.reka welcomes partnerships with like-minded organizations and institutions that aspire to make digital entrepreneurship a reality for more Malaysians, regardless of their background.

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