Did you know that one of the biggest challenge to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are obtaining financing? This is despite them making up 99% of the 920,624 business establishments in Malaysia. In 2018, SMEs employed 66.2% of the local workforce, contributing 38.3% to the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Come and discover with SME CORP how you can apply for the various government grants and funding. Seize this opportunity to grow your business in the current Industry 4.0 era, characterised by automation and digitalisation.


Types of grants and sources of funding available to local SMEs

Utilising the funds to improve cost efficiency, achieve economies of scale for competitiveness, and grow business profitability

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Suraini is currently the Deputy Director of Business Development and Entrepreneurship Division in SME Corp. Malaysia. She has been with SME Corp. for more than 11 years now and during her tenure, she is mostly involved in various policy development work with the SME Masterplan (2012-2020) being one of her significant contributions. She also has experience in doing economics, corporate planning and coordination work involving various Ministries and agencies.

As assess to financing is one of the important pillars in SME development, her previous work also included coordination and reporting of the various SME financing initiatives to the Government and international organisations such as ASEAN, APEC and OECD. While working on the Masterplan, she also had the opportunity to explore on alternative financing for SMEs through the capital market where she worked closely with the relevant authorities and industry players. Her current responsibilities cover development of SMEs in strategic sectors as well as promoting innovation, commercialisation and digitalisation of SMEs including IR4.0 adoption.