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MYNIC Empowering Bumiputera SMEs Affected By The Covid-19 Pandemic

Cyberjaya, SELANGOR DARUL EHSAN, 18 August 2020 – The worldwide economies over the globe are experiencing an unprecedented economic slowdown amidst rising concerns of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Therefore, MYNIC took part in supporting Exabytes, one of MYNIC’s partner and Ekuiti Nasional Berhad (Ekuinas) through its corporate social responsibility unit ILTIZAM in the launching of Sama-Sama Digital Programme. The initiative aims to empower and provide digitalisation support to the Bumiputera SMEs in the country that also affected by this pandemic.

Datuk Ts. Hasnul Fadhly Hasan, Chief Executive Officer of MYNIC said that “We wanted to help SMEs out there to be prepared for the global digital economy. As with the pandemic, digitalisation is inevitable, and at MYNIC, we want to enable digital inclusivity to Bumiputera SMEs out there. Not only will these SMEs be able to reach a wider market, but they will also be able to reap other benefits such as an increase in sales and revenue”.

The digital economy is poised to be the new driver to navigate towards the future for Malaysia, in continuously progressing in its developmental path. The digital economy is an emerging trend in the global business landscape, with an increasing number of individual, organisations, companies and investors embracing digitised information and knowledge as a critical factor in achieving their business goals.

Therefore, MYNIC took part in supporting Exabytes, one of MYNIC’s partner and Ekuiti Nasional Berhad (Ekuinas) through its corporate social responsibility unit ILTIZAM in the launching of Sama-Sama Digital Programme. The initiative aims to empower and provide digitalisation support to the Bumiputera SMEs in the country that also affected by this pandemic.

Datuk Ts. Hasnul Fadhly Hasan, Chief Executive Officer of MYNIC said that “We wanted to help SMEs out there to be prepared for the global digital economy. As with the pandemic, digitalisation is inevitable, and at MYNIC, we want to enable digital inclusivity to Bumiputera SMEs out there. Not only will these SMEs be able to reach a wider market, but they will also be able to reap other benefits such as an increase in sales and revenue”.

The digital economy is poised to be the new driver to navigate towards the future for Malaysia, in continuously progressing in its developmental path. The digital economy is an emerging trend in the global business landscape, with an increasing number of individual, organisations, companies and investors embracing digitised information and knowledge as a critical factor in achieving their business goals.

“In the rise of the digital economy, individuals and businesses need to decide on the right digital identity for them, and choosing a Malaysian identity now bears greater significance than ever before. Therefore, to increase the adoption of .MY in Malaysia especially in helping Bumiputera SMEs to be prepared for the digital economy, MYNIC had contributed 2,000 domain names to enable the participants to establish their digital presence with the Sama-Sama Digital initiative packages”, said Datuk Ts. Hasnul Fadhly.

MYNIC will strive to enable and empower businesses and industries to be part of the digital economy through the development of the domain name industry as part of the ICT infrastructure in Malaysia.

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