Mara is committed to elevating entrepreneurs in rural areas | Daily Express Online
Its chairman, Datuk Seri Azizah Mohd Dun, said Mara’s focus on developing the state’s entrepreneurship sector had benefited 3,843 entrepreneurs, through facilities involving training, certification, digitization, business financing and rental of premises. has also approved RM98.470 million involving various Mara financing facility schemes such as Spike Contract Financing, Spim and Dananita Scheme which have benefited 1,121 entrepreneurs in Sabah,” she said during the program official. Pitas Rural Business Building awareness, here, Wednesday.
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