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KUALA LUMPUR, March 22 , 2012- Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) aims to achieve 10 per cent growth in its small and medium enterprises (SME) customers by end-2012, from 494,000 customers currently.
TM SME executive vice-president, Azizi A Hadi said the company is committed in its partnership role to support SME development and growth by enabling them to achieve a competitive edge, leveraging on its wide array of solutions and extensive networks nationwide.
"SME BizFest is one of the many special platforms that we have prepared for Malaysian SMEs," Azizi said at the launch of the inaugural SME BizFest 2012 here today.
TM has projected to generate more than RM1 million in business transactions from the events, he added.
SME BizFest 2012 is a two-day event which will be held in three major cities namely Penang (April 13-14), Johor Baharu (May 11-12) and Kuala Lumpur (May 18-19).
SME BizFest 2012 aimed to provide a synergistic information communication technolgy (ICT) showcase for Malaysian SMEs to increase knowledge and awareness in products and services.
Among the highlights were interactive presentations, plenary style conferences covering a wide range of ICT and SME topics by renowned international and local speakers, latest technology demonstration and exhibitions.
SME BizFest also provided an avenue for SMEs to interact among themselves and opened up business opportunities through business matching sessions during the event.
The series of event was expected to attract more than 500,000 SME business communities in Malaysia that require ICT solutions to improve and enhance their business operations.