Get Tips to Survive In a Post-Pandemic World With the POWER UP Webinar

  • 14 Sep 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the global economy and commercial sector into disarray.
Among the worst hit is small and medium enterprises (SMEs) which make up about 98.5 percent of Malaysian businesses.

Immediate steps need to be taken to address this issue, and sustainable solutions, found.

To this end, Astro Ulagam, RAAGA and Astro Awani LINC bring you a one-hour Webinar titled "POWER UP! - Strategizing Your Business for Post-Pandemic Success", starting 2pm on Sept 30, to guide Indian SMEs on Malaysia's latest economic outlook, cash flow, and how to keep a positive mindset to drive business during a crisis.

Participants can hear tips and opinions from industry experts, starting with AT Kumararajah, the secretary-general of the Malaysian Associated Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MAICCI), who will talk about how SMEs can sustain during these difficult times.

He will guide participants how to ensure access to cash, and help SMEs identify their strengths and weaknesses.

This will be followed by cash conservation and management tips by Ganesh Gunaratnam, Deals Director, Working Capital Management, of PwC Malaysia.

Thirdly, renowned motivational speaker Professor Kader Ibrahim will talk about keeping a positive mindset to get the business going during a crisis, and how to stay relevant and thrive in the post COVID-19 world.

This Webinar will be of immense help to local Indian SMEs and aspiring entrepreneurs who are looking for start a new business.

For more information on this Webinar and those who would like to participate, please visit

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