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Date: Saturday, December 17, 2011 Venue: Room 306, Level 3, KDU (DJ) Campus Time: 9:30pm to 5:00pm Facilitator: Mr. Yap Chee Wah Programme Fee: RM180 per pax, Group of 3: RM150 per pax. KMDC students: RM50 per pax or FREE if introduce at least 1 friend to this workshop/feepaying. This complimentary session is designed to help CFP students and alumni...
Date: Saturday, December 17, 2011 Venue: Room 305, Level 3, KDU DJ Campus Time: 9:30am to 12:30pm Facilitator: Ms. Linnet Lee Free Admission, all are welcome. This complimentary session is designed to help CFP students and alumni and those who are keen to take up Financial Planning as a career or for unit trusts consultants and insurance agents as a...
Date: Saturday, December 17, 2011 Venue: Room 304, Level 3, KDU DJ Campus Time: 9:30am to 12:30pm Facilitator: Ms. Tang Wee Hen Free Admission, all are welcome. In this workshop, you will learn how to use PlanPlus Planit web-based Financial Planning Software (student version) to generate a variety of financial planning documents and are able to access...
创造财富、财务自由之旅 Date: Saturday, December 17, 2011 Venue: Room 307, Level 3, KDU DJ Campus Time: 10:00am to 12:00pm Facilitator: Ms. Wendy Tee Free Admission, all are welcome This complimentary session is designed to help general public who are interested in achieving financial freedom. 财务自由先由财务管理开始 如何管理财务是当今很多人的烦恼,很多人都觉得我钱不够用,没钱说什么管理财务投资?其实,你钱不够用是因为你不会理财,那么更需要理财。理财是一生的规划,理财也是一种生活态度.欢迎你一起与我迈向“创造财富、财务自由”之旅。...

DCIM Show 2011

Posted by on December 12, 2011
Date: 23 – 25 December 2011 Venue: Hall 2 & 3, Mid Valley Exhibition Centre (MEC) Admission: Public – Free Admission Digital Camera, Imaging & Media Show – Malaysia’s Premier Photography Exhibition The Digital Camera, Imaging and Media Show 2011 (DCIM Show 2011) aims to bring together the various components that make...
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SMALL and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the country are still on the runway for growth despite the European sovereign debt crisis and a more challenging marketplace. According to a report by SME Magazine, the average revenue of the country’s top 100 SMEs this year is RM11.2 million, with median revenue of RM8.6 million. The SME 100 report also...
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KUCHING: Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade) says that new comments done by Japanese automobile makers to boost imports of automotive tools in sequence to cut costs represents a vital event for Malaysian automotive tools and components manufacturers. Recently, Nissan Motor’s arch operations officer Toshiyuki Shiga pronounced...
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Date: 14 December 2011 Venue: Grand Dorsett Subang
KUALA LUMPUR: Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia expects its small and medium enterprises (SME) segment to chart double-digit growth for the coming year, backed by stronger offerings for its customers. “We are hoping to double our market share over the next three years,” said general manager for SME banking, Standard Chartered Malaysia, Vishal Shah....
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