The Digital Niaga Program initiative has been officially launched by Bandar Tun Razak MP Datuk Seri Dr. Wan Azizah Wan Ismail last week.
With over 300 Micro Small Medium Enterprise (MSME) benefiting from this program, the MP is just part of Malaysia’s effort in helping budding and rising entrepreneurs and business owners integrate “technology” into their daily operations.
Multiple government agencies and banking institutions have chimed in to further streamline the process, particularly easy applications to financing facilities and other training programs.
The entire program is supported by Dropee – the leading B2B e-commerce platform in the local market that specializes in closing the gap between supply chain processes for businesses, leading to revenue growth in the long run.
Aimed to reduce the challenges faced by small local businesses in obtaining credit from traditional banks to expand their operations, Digital Niaga Program wants to give each and every eligible applicant a chance to grow big and shine.
Never heard of Dropee? Then there are 3 key components the platform offer to kickstart a business journey:
- Dropee Direct: A dashboard that easily allows businesses to sell online, track orders and manage inventory in real-time.
- Dropee Marketplace: A curated marketplace where businesses can explore a range of products for their businesses. This marketplace will enhance supplier relationships, enabling businesses to make informed decisions based on their unique needs.
- Dropee Credit: Applicable businesses are able to buy now and pay later with credit terms. This allows businesses to access a range of products without straining their existing budget.
Interested in joining the program? Then head over to the official web portal of the program and pre-register your interest to get notified further down the line.