SHAH ALAM – The State Government will start the ‘Business Matching’ agenda as a reform to the Selangor Entrepreneur Tour (JUS) program this year.
The Entrepreneur Development, Rural Development, Village and Traditional Village EXCO, Rodziah Ismail said the improvement was a combination of three entities including entrepreneurs, finance and industry players.
“Under the portfolio of entrepreneurs, I am responsible for maintaining and improving the situation of entrepreneurs, especially in Selangor, whether small and medium entrepreneurs in industry as well as micro.
“It is a catalyst for business and business enhancements by bringing agencies, entrepreneurs and institutions to form networks among themselves, through one medium.
“I am convinced that through Business Matching it also gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to meet with relevant government agencies to expand, thereby increasing their business,” he said when contacted by SelangorKini.
At the same time, he said, this year’s JUS program continued as usual involving nine districts, in Selangor to deliver entrepreneurial programs, especially in boosting the people’s economy.
“Participants involved are small and medium industry entrepreneurs from each district, local entrepreneurs, including government agencies on the People’s Care Initiative (IPR).
“Through this JUS program, the State Government wants to see existing entrepreneurs developed to a better level, SME status, having quality products, viable for both local and overseas markets,” he said.