Exabytes, one of Southeast Asia’s leading cloud, eCommerce and digital solutions providers organised the MY SME Export Forum, which took place from 1 December 2021 to 2 December 2021. The first-ever Malaysian SME B2B eCommerce exporting forum was conducted virtually, free of charge.
Targeting SMEs, entrepreneurs, and potential market entrants who are interested in foreign markets, the forum discussed the eligibility requirements, procedures and the new development in international markets, Malaysian government initiatives, digitalisation of the exporting business, and the exporting ecosystem as a whole.
According to multiple reports, Malaysia’s trade increased by 25.5 percent to RM195.54 billion in September, with exports remaining above RM100 billion for the fourth consecutive month, after it increased by 24.7% to RM110.83 billion in September 2021. The 2022 Budget provided RM25 million to the trade and investment mission to investigate high-impact investments and new export markets in order to boost the country’s economic recovery.
- To connect SMEs with the export ecosystem for better understanding and growth in B2B export
- To equip SMEs with the skills to improve their business digitally for future challenges in B2B export
- To share the good practice, trends, opportunities and success stories in export (by industry practitioners)
Exciting Topics Discussed at MySmeExport
- Cross-border eCommerce
- Malaysian major trade export and market access
- Funding Opportunities
- Supply Chain and Logistics
- Trade Compliance matters
- And many more
Founder and CEO’s Words
“We would like to invite all SME business owners to grab the opportunity to attend this event as we believe that the forum will help you grow your business to achieve broader awareness as well as to reach out to wider sales possibilities. We are inviting notable key industry players from Alibaba.com, MATRADE, MDEC and more to give their valuable insights on the exporting industry. At the B2B eCommerce workshops we conducted previously, our audiences also responded to similar difficulties and challenges in their efforts to export their products internationally. As a nationwide digital solutions provider with 20 years of experience, we want to help more Malaysian SMEs become global exporters,” said Mr. Chan Kee Siak, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Exabytes Network Sdn Bhd.
“Many exporters are currently confronted with challenges and constraints in the exporting business, such as a lack of qualified team to develop, support, and maintain the system, a lack of appropriate target market contacts, a need for financial assistance, and difficulties with foreign standards and certification. We hope that by attending MY SME Export Forum, business owners can further understand the exporting ecosystem and enhance their growth in the B2B exporting business and industry,” added Chan.
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Thank You for All Speakers and Participants
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