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KUALA LUMPUR, April 4 -- Members of the public who are keen to venture into business are invited to join the Bina Bisnes Berjaya-Edisi Khas Nak Mula Berniaga Online Virtual Programme organised by RichWorks International Sdn Bhd (RichWorks).
Its senior vice-president, Radz Mohd said the programme, free of charge and fully sponsored by RichWorks, would be held from April 23 to 25.
"Those interested need to only register through the website at www.BinaBisnesBerjaya.com to attend the virtual programme.
“Give yourselves the chance to participate and gain as much knowledge that have proven to bring success and shared to help you start a business. Take your first step now as it’s still not late,” he said in a statement after the launch of the programme.
Radz noted that there were many opportunities to generate income during this digital era, more so when many people were spending a lot of time on activities via online like social media.
"Meanwhile, there are many people who do not know how to start a business the correct way, therefore, they could not generate what they had hoped for.
"There are some who started a business only because their friends had done so or they want to profit fast but eventually, could not sustain it. That is why some have been changing their business like changing clothes,” he said.
Radz said those interested to venture into business could succeed through the ‘MESTI’ or mentor, elmu, sistem, tindakan and impian (mentor, knowledge, system, action and dream) formula to avoid making mistakes which could delay success or cause the business to go bust.
Founded in 2008, RichWorks is a major local organiser of events and seminars on entrepreneurship and marketing, and has guided and trained over 1.1 million people from various industries.