MIBA To Help Indian Businessman
The “Business Turn Around “ is another initiative organised by the Malaysian Indian Business Association – MIBA, to help Indian businessman to consolidate their investment to brace the challenges well ahead of competition. Though the number of small and medium sized businesses are few, it is essential that they continue to play a pivotal role of being reliant and remain as a successful mercantile community.
The Theme “Business TurnAround “is the first attempt by MIBA to host the dialogue to identify workable solutions and opportunities to assist Indians to mitigate challenges in managing and sustaining their business.
The audience will get to hear successful business experts sharing their turnaround experiences to help those who have intentions to reboot or move on to the next level with the right prescription enthusiastically.
It’s evident that, there are many small businessman who are just ignorant of what marketing is all about and how it can add value to improve their bottom line . As such this TurnAround dialogue is the perfect platform to identify and offer assistance to enterprising groups to optimise their resources that are available internally to enhance the business.
The event will be held on Friday, 19th December, 2014 at The Royal Commonwealth Club, Damansara, Kuala Lumpur from 3 pm to 9.00 pm with Hi-Tea provided. Pre registration required via emailing to email@example.com or Whatsapp to 016 335 7692 or by faxing details to 03 7859 1864. The fee is RM100 per person. MIBA National President R. Lechmikantan requested all the business people to take this opportunity and benefit from the dialogue session.
This dialogue is aimed at groups who have been in business for more than three years looking forward to enhance or move up to the next level. For instance, Indians have managed Dairy Farms and cattle rearing very well for several decades in Malaysia. Regrettably, groups such as these, due to lack of resources have been isolated and denied access to specific agencies to help them turn around their business or even seek technical support from the experts. Similarly many Indian entrepreneurs who have ventured into management and service sectors, need consistent refresher programs to stimulate their interest to continuously invest to remain relevant in the business.
Invariably due to lack of regular ‘ business conversation’ and networking among the Indians, their growth suffers and eventually lose out to competition. MIBA is determined to change this culture by collaborating with several NGOs to create a cohesive vehicle to work together among different business groups.
Being a business NGO MIBA will continue to assist in restructuring and re-engineering business operations whenever the need arises. Many more turnaround dialogues will be organised for various business enthusiast regularly.