Selangor Journal

Made In Selangor at AEON Shah Alam May 1

SHAH ALAM, APRIL 25: The Made In Selangor Programme will continued until May 1, which was held at Aeon Mall Shah Alam.
CEO of Yayasan Hijrah Selangor (HIJRAH) Datuk Mansor Othman said the programme aimed to highlight the wide range of products of local entrepreneurs.
He said the programme would help the product and entrepreneurs involved to be introduced while at the same time further improve their achievement.
“HIJRAH aims for this programme to be held in the area that can attract people such as shopping centres.
“It’s just like the programme held at One Utama recently and received the cooperation from the well known emcee, Datuk Aznil Nawawi,” he said at his office recently.
Previously, the Exco of Youth, Sports, Culture and Entrepreneur, Amiruddin Shari said the concept was carried over to the mall to give a fresh breath and rearrange in order to become a hub for the collection of interesting and current products.
Amiruddin said the initiative was implemented together with HIJRAH Selangor to realise the State Government hope to continue to support micro entrepreneurs in business as well as to establish business networking among entrepreneurs.
Earlier, HIJRAH Selangor establishes a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Bazaar Pak Nil led by Datuk Aznil Nawawi to enhance cooperation and expand business opportunities to a higher level.
MOU Signing Ceremony was performed when the Opening Ceremony Made In Selangor who witnessed by DYTM Raja Muda of Selangor, Tengku Amir Shah with Exco of Youth, Sports, Culture and Entrepreneur, Amiruddin Shari in One Utama.
The programme was established with the involvement of 15 local entrepreneurs who were selected with the hope of participation from the entrepreneurs would the latest platform to encourage other entrepreneurs, especially the youth..
It is in line with the State Government aimed for 56,000 entrepreneurs under HIJRAH Selangor’s guidance by 2018.

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