21 April 2014

Malaysia's KUIMB to train entrepreneurs from NAAM

The Malaysian Indian Entrepreneurs Corporative (KUIMB) and New Affirmative Action Movement (NAAM) have agreed to collaborate on entrepreneurship development and training. At a signing ceremony at the TEC2020 event, NAAM agreed to provide 500 entrepreneurs to be trained, guided and developed by KUIMB for the year 2014 and another 500 for the year 2015.

Source: TEC2020. From left, Dhatchynamoorthy Ramasamy, TEC2020 Conference Committee Member; Mani Peter Xavier, NAAM Representative and TEC2020 Conference Committee Member; YB Datuk M. Saravanan, Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports; Madhu Marimuthu, KUIMB Chairman; Girish Ramachandran, TEC2020 Conference Organising Chairman; and Sharman Arumugam, TEC2020 Conference Committee Member
KUIMB is an organisation aimed at raising the socio-economic status of its members, and provides training, creates business opportunities for members and helps with capital to venture into business.

NAAM was set up to economically empower Indians and increase Indian competitiveness by developing and creating a digital community and assisting with employment, employability and assimilation of Indians effectively into the mainstream community. It also promotes economic and business understanding among Indians.