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CMCO, MCO, TEMCO: What’s Best for Business?

18-Nov-20 12:00

CMCO, MCO, TEMCO: What’s Best for Business?

With daily new infections in the thousands and the possibility of yet another extension to the CMCO, experts have started to wonder if a more targeted approach would help stabilize the nation in terms of health, business, and financial wellbeing. The idea of a blanket MCO may seem like a good idea to some, but it’s impact to businesses will be brutal at the very least. We discuss the implications of the various “lockdowns” in Malaysia, and gather insights and sentiments from entrepreneurs in the community.

Featured guest(s): Jes Min Lua, founder of, Aziz Ayman, founder of Flux (Car Subscription Service), Wilfred Ng, Managing Director of Benns Ethicoa (Bean to Bar Cocoa),  Vernon Chua, CEO of Innergia Labs (Retail Analysis), Michelle Chai, founder of Kintry, CK Chang, founder of Oxwhite, Andrew Yap, co-founder of Book Xcess, Jinli Chan, co-founder of Cocova, Renyi Chin, founder of myBurgerLab, Amy Cox Blair, founder of Batik Boutique.

Produced by: Arvindh Yuvaraj

Presented by: Audrey Raj and Freda Liu

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Tags:  Lockdownfinancepandemiccovid19

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