Kuala Lumpur, September 15, 2020: A very special private party was held at the Space Hotel Chinatown here by the Shanghai Businesswomen Social Club (SBSC) and SME Association of Malaysia (Women Entr. & Young Entr. Division) with an interesting theme – role of women influencers in the new generation.
The event included a sharing session about entrepreneurship and Ms.Ada Poon, Chairman of SME Association of Malaysia (Women Entr. & Youth Entr. Division) shared her journey from working as a secretary with a basic monthly salary of only RM800 to becoming a minority shareholder of a listed company. She also spoke about her journey as a businesswoman when she started her business at the age of 27.
The session also underlined some practical ways of business management and entrepreneurship, including re-financing, team building, and business transitioning. The meeting expounded the idea that everyone should pursue their dreams bravely to achieve their greatest success.
Special thanks to ShangHai Businesswomen Social Club (SBSC) and SME Association of Malaysia (Women Entr. & Youth Entr. Division) for their strong support in this direction.
SBSC & SME Association of Malaysia join Rotary Kasih Malaysia’s “Food Assistance Programme”
Later in the evening, Shanghai Businesswomen Social Club (SBSC) and SME Association of Malaysia (Women Entr. & Young Entr. Division) signed a Memorandum Of Understanding with Rotary Kasih Malaysia to promote the latter’s “Food Assistance Programme”.
Mr. Chua Keng Soon, the Rotary Club’s “Rotary Kasih” group director and a former chairman of the club, said the group was founded by Kirenjit Kaur when she was appointed by Tan Sri Dr Ngau Boon Keat to establish “MyKasih”.
By becoming a partner for this charity event, both organisations will provide food assistance for primary and secondary schools. The “MyKasih” food assistance programme was launched in 2009, with participating schools issuing food assistance cards to poor students. Each card comes with a monthly sum of RM60 (primary school students) and RM80 (secondary school students) for recipients to buy food at the school canteen or books at the school bookshop. The “Rotary Kasih” food aid charity project covers 19 schools in the Klang Valley.
The signing ceremony for the MoU was witnessed by Dr. Sen Gupta of Rotary Kasih，Datuk Micheal Kang，National President of SME Association of Malaysia, and Ms. Elaine Piah from Shanghai Business Media.
Other attendees included Datin Cherlin Cheah, founder of Shanghai Businesswomen Social Club founder and Ms. Ada Poon, Chairman of SME Association of Malaysia (Women Entr. & Young Entr. Division).
（吉隆坡2020年9月15日讯）商海女企业家俱乐部 （SBSC）与和马来西亚中小企业女企团 联合协办了一场非常特别的私人聚会，地点位于吉隆坡唐人街的太空酒店 (Space Hotel Chinatown)。由马来西亚中小企业女企团及青年团主席Ada Poon分享从18岁底薪RM 800的打工书记成为上巿公司的小股东的心路历程，她真心诚意地分享27岁开始创业一路走过的旅程。
当天晚上扶轮社 ”扶轮关爱“ 小组 (Rotary Kasih) ，与商海女企业家俱乐部及马来西亚中小企业公会（女企团）签署谅解备忘录，广大推广 ”食物援助计划“。