In total there are 40 participants and majority of them came from Hong Kong. Superb training sessions conducted by Keith Ngai while me and Alvin are his assistant trainer. Glad to see the participant enjoy learning what is Search Engine Optimization (SEO) in the simplest explanation, how to create their own landing page, Facebook page and so much more. Although this topic is new is some participants, learning still can be so fun because of many different activities and games involved. During hands-on practical sessions, three of us personally guide and assist participant to ensure all participants able to follow the practical steps.
Last week, I bought a product from Lazada. Upon receiving it, I realized that the product is not working. Thus, I decided to return it. After checking on Lazada’s return process and policy, I submitted my request to return and one of the option I pickup is “Collectco”. I have no clue about it. All I know is I can conveniently drop the product to the nearest selected collection points which is Caring Pharmacy inside Sunway Velocity, which is just 5 min walking distance from my office, Sunway Velocity Designer Office.
Providing many collection point is indeed this is a brilliant idea. This convenience helps to speed up return process and as a result improve the service in a e-Commerce business.
To read more you can check out this article.
Just RM250, you can learn it in 5 hours (fully hands-on practical).
The Smart City & Future Commerce Convention 2017 is said to be one of the biggest smart city events in Asia for the year. The three-day convention will cover most questions you may have about smart cities. The themes include Green Cities, Smart Cities (IoT & Big Data), and Future Commerce (DFTZ, Logistics, e-commerce), Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain technology, among others.
Event Date: 7–9 Sept 2017, 10AM – 6PM
Venue: Setia City Convention Centre
For more info and event registration, visit http://www.selangorsmartcity.com/
Article by Carla Thomas on 9th August 2017
Vivy Yusof, clad in a gorgeous silky cream-colored headscarf, doesn’t have time for stereotypes. She’s too busy running a retail empire in her home country of Malaysia, which landed her a spot on FORBES 30 Under 30 Asia list this year.
“I think there’s a misconception there, that Muslim women are oppressed,” says 29-year-old Yusof, who made the decision to wear the hijab a few years ago.
It’s an expensive misconception to have.
The booming modest wear industry is estimated to be worth $368 billion by 2021, making Muslimah-savvy entrepreneurs like Yusof a prescient and profitable force to be reckoned with in the Asian retail space.
Today, her e-commerce platform FashionValet is a major player in Malaysia, and Yusof’s own hijab brand, dUCk, is among the most popular scarves on the global market.
“I feel like women are supposed to go out there, whatever God gives you, your talents, use them for the good of the world. And still look presentable!” A sentiment women around the world can all get behind.