Air Asia Dare To Dream 2019

Air Asia Dare To Dream 2019

Alhamdulillah. Berpeluang menjejakkan kaki ke RedQ Di KLIA 2. Byk perkara dapat dipelajari Di sini. Penerbangan murah antarabangsa ini sangat mengagum. 10 tahun anugerah skytrax disusun rapi. Budaya kerja kurang tekanan Dan byk lagi yang boleh dipelajari. Bertemu juga dgn CEO AirAsia yg sgt mudah didekati. Benar kata2 yang pernah dibaca, hanya jauhari mengenal manikam. Rasa sangat bertuah apabila dipanggil untuk bertemu dgn team RedQ ini. In sha Allah, akan ada kerja sama bersama mereka nanti. Terima kasih atas peluang yang diberikan. #siasitok #siasitoksl #bepositive #breakthesilentworld #Magic #startupborneo #popnm #MBM #pemikirsosialis #SMKAMI #MAYCMelaka #ownyourfuture #alsharqforum #wsf #NESDA #silentdignity #redq #daretodream #liveprogress #socialenterprise #socialinnovation #socialbusiness [Facebook page Awang Shahrizan] ...
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IAViC2019 Visit To Weststar Aviation

IAViC2019 Visit To Weststar Aviation

Visit to Weststar Aviation by IMM IAViC2019 Organising Committee at Menara Weststar. Special thanks to our host Mr. Shahriman Sahib, HUMS Manager and also Mr. Ahmad Rashide, General Manager (Engineering). Semoga terus sukses! Calling all Aerospace, Automotive, Rail, Oil&Gas industry players!Available exhibition space in November, but limited! Or book yourself a seat! Level up with latest technology and capability of 4.0. Venue: Kuala LumpurDate: 13-14 November 2019International Speakers1. Prof. Reza N. Jazar, RMIT University2. Kazuhito Kato, Japan3. Prof. Mohammad Fard, RMIT University To register, please contact International Applied Vibration Conference 2019​ (IAViC 2019) or email to iavic.events@firm-motion.com For any enquiries, please contact:1. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rahizar Ramli at Mobile No.: +60 19-279 6970 or Email: rahizar@um.edu.my2. Abdul Qaiyum Alidin at Mobile No.: +6017 6949806 or Email: abdul.qaiyum.alidi04@gmail.com#NoDrowsyDriving #WeAreAutonomously ...
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Fresh off a $2.65B valuation, Plaid co-founder William Hockey is leaving

Fresh off a $2.65B valuation, Plaid co-founder William Hockey is leaving

William Hockey,  co-founder, chief technology officer and president of the fast-growing fintech business Plaid, will step down next week, TechCrunch has learned. The former Bain associate (pictured above left) co-founded the startup in 2012 alongside chief executive officer Zach Perret. Today, the San Francisco-based company employs 300 with additional offices in Salt Lake City and New York. Plaid  has confirmed the news, stating that Hockey will remain on the company’s board of directors. “This conclusion was neither a rash nor a recent decision,” Hockey writes in a blog post shared with TechCrunch. “Over the past couple of years, I have known that there would come a point at which I would choose to move to a purely strategic and advisorial role.” Most companies should be constantly running running at least one exec search. Post-product/market fit, the limiting factor to scale generally derives from some version of not having enough great leaders. — Zachary Perret (@zachperret) June 18, 2019 Plaid builds infrastructure that allows consumers to interact with their bank account...
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Mohd Abdul Karim and Serba Dinamik’s meteoric rise

Mohd Abdul Karim and Serba Dinamik’s meteoric rise

by MARK RAO/ pic by MUHD AMIN NAHARUL SERBA Dinamik Bhd’s meteoric rise, with its share price hitting its highest level this year, had seen the wealth of its founder almost tripled since the company’s listing two years and made him among Malaysia’s wealthiest. The company which was listed in February 2017, at a time when the oil and gas (O&G) industry was still reeling from the 2014 oil rout, saw its share rising from the initial public offering price of RM1.50 to close at its highest level of RM4.56 this year. Forbes listed Serba Dinamik’s founder and group MD/CEO Datuk Dr Mohd Abdul Karim Abdullah (picture) the 40th-richest Malaysian in its Malaysia’s 50 Richest 2019 list with a US$345 million (RM1.45 billion) net worth. Mohd Abdul Karim currently holds a 23.61% stake or 346.78 million shares in Serba Dinamik based on Bloomberg’s latest data. Based on the 348.94 million shares held by Mohd Abdul Karim on March 23, 2017, in Serba Dinamik and the company’s closing price of...
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Roselle’s Kitchen in LAPIS Hi Tea

Roselle’s Kitchen in LAPIS Hi Tea

Roselle’s Kitchen was invited to demonstrate on edible colors for the Lapis Hi-Tea event at Old Court House Kuching. It was a wonderful experience for those who love Hi-Tea. Roselle's Kitchen team doing a demonstration on how to create natural red, blue and yellow color. Red color from Roselle Butterfly Pea Roselle Tea There are much health benefits to drinking roselle tea. Welcome to follow their Facebook Page: Roselle’s Kitchen and Instagram page: rosellekitchen Thanks for reading. :-) Reported by, Charmaine Yeap...
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State hopes for federal government aid on housing ministry to focus on M40, B40

State hopes for federal government aid on housing ministry to focus on M40, B40

Sim (middle) talking to SHEDA property roadshow organising chairman and Kuching branch assistant secretary Peter Pau at one of the booths. KUCHING: The state government, which will focus on providing housing for the Middle 40 per cent (M40) and Bottom 40 per cent (B40) groups, hopes that the federal government will cooperate with them on this matter. Local Government and Housing Ministry Minister Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian, during a press conference for the SHEDA Kuching Branch Second Home & Property Roadshow 2018, said that he hopes the federal government will work with the Sarawak government and vice versa, to increase low cost housing in the state. “Typically, in this category, the Sarawak government provides the land and federal government provides the money (financing), that’s how we work together,” Sim explained. “For the Sarawak government, while waiting for the federal government, the state government itself has provided RM60 million in kampung extension and another 141 million for all the various Rumah Spektra Permata (Spektra)...
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The man who helps create tourist destinations

The man who helps create tourist destinations

Roger Brooks travels 350 days per year and spends most of them trying to create a place where you want to be. Brooks, 61, a tourism consultant, has worked with more than 1,000 destinations in 45 states and places abroad since the early 1980s (rogerbrooksinternational.com). This is an edited transcript of our conversation. Q: How did you become a tourism consultant? A. : For decades, tourism wasn’t even an industry. It was just something people did. I was working in the music business, managing tours for bands like Fleetwood Mac and Earth, Wind & Fire, when I was asked to help develop the Whistler ski area in British Columbia into a world-class destination resort. I had no idea what I was doing, but I recruited investment, and it worked. We did resort projects for about 10 years. Then towns started calling. Q: What was the first town you worked with? A: Ocean Shores, Wash. It’s on the Pacific Coast, and people called it Open Sores. It...
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Chief Minister to meet MACC soon on ensuring graft-free tenders

Chief Minister to meet MACC soon on ensuring graft-free tenders

Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg KUCHING: The Sarawak government welcomes the advisory from the national anti-corruption body to find the best solution to prove that the open tender process and project award committee in the state is free from corruption and bribery. Chief Minister of Sarawak, Datuk Patinggi Dr Abang Johari Tun Openg told Borneo Post Online they will meet with Malaysia Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) soon. “We will meet with MACC soon to seek advice,” he replied via WhatsApp message. Johari was asked to comment on MACC Sarawak director Razim Mohd Noor’s recent statement saying that MACC Sarawak may not be able to sit in the tender board meeting as it could risk the anti-corruption agency’s neutrality will be questioned. Razim also said he will briefed by the Chief Minister and make suggestions on how best to deal with the situation. Abang Johari in his winding up speech recently, announced that the Sarawak government will invite the Auditor-General and anti-graft officials to attend its...
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Syed Saddiq: Federal govt respects Sarawak’s position on youth age cap

Syed Saddiq: Federal govt respects Sarawak’s position on youth age cap

The Federal Government respects the Sarawak government’s stand in carrying out an in-depth study of the decision to lower the youth age cap from 40 years to 30. NSTP/MELVIN JONI KUCHING: The Federal Government respects the Sarawak government’s stand in carrying out an in-depth study of the decision to lower the youth age cap from 40 years to 30. Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman said here today that the change only involved associations registered with the Registrar of Youth (ROY). “What the state government has raised is something different, which does not come under the jurisdiction of the Federal Government,” he said after paying a courtesy call on Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg at Wisma Bapa Malaysia here. “So, only those registered under ROY will go ahead with the change. “I feel it is the way for us (the state and federal governments) to work closely together where the Federal Government can assist in targeting aid to youths...
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