putrajaya: A permanent secretariat of the National Entrepreneurship Development and PMKS Council (MPUPK) will be established to ensure that funds channeled to relevant ministries have a significant impact on the development of entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship Development and Cooperatives Minister Datuk Ewon Benedick said the secretariat will be led by the Malaysian Small and Medium Enterprises Corporation (SME Corp) and the monthly meeting will be chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. said that it would be held.
“At (today's) meeting, we discussed five presentation papers and agreed to establish a secretariat.
“The aim is to ensure that all funds channeled to each relevant institution have a significant impact and impact on the development of entrepreneurship in the country,” he said after attending the MPUPK meeting chaired by Mr. Ahmad Zahid. He said this at a press conference. today.
The five presentation papers discussed at the conference were Empowerment of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Malaysia. A new direction for one industry in one district. Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (PMKS) 2030 Strategic Plan; Report on the Comprehensive Action Plan for Small and Medium Enterprises; Implementation of PMKS Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Principles.
Iwon said the meeting also agreed to approve PMKS' ESG Quick Guide and PMKS 2030 Strategic Plan.
“These decisions will facilitate further coordination between ministries and federal and state governments, which is expected to benefit PMKS across the country,” he said.
Prior to this, Mr. Ahmad Zahid presented PMKS' ESG Quick Guide and PMKS 2030 Strategic Plan.
The ESG Quick Guide for PMKS published by SME Corp includes 13 fundamental metrics that all PMKS can use.
This guide includes eight simple steps to help any company understand the importance of ESG to their business. set a goal. Identify ESG metrics that are relevant to your business. Create a sustainability action plan and use our simple template for ESG reporting.
The 2030 Strategic Plan, formulated by the Ministry of Entrepreneurship Development and Cooperatives and approved by the Cabinet on November 27, is a new roadmap for PMKS in the country's economic development. – Bernama