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Was Budget 2022 Enough For Social Enterprises?

Khairul Azri Mohamad Khalid, Co-Founder & COO of Discover Muaythai | Yuet Kim Lim, Co-Founder of PichaEats | Jacqueline Fong, Co-founder & Creative Director of Tanoti, Amy Cox Blair, Founder & CEO of Batik Boutique

02-Dec-21 12:00

Was Budget 2022 Enough For Social Enterprises?

Was Budget 2022 enough for social enterprises? It seems as though the government is making a more conscious effort to reach out to and provide support for these types of organisations in the coming year.

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Produced by: Christine Wong & Freda Liu

Presented by: Christine Wong and Richard Bradbury


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