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MYCREATIVE VENTURES SDN BHD has appointed Junady Nawawi as its new group chief executive officer.
Chairman Noor Azmi Mat Said said MyCreative has every confidence in Junady’s ability to accelerate efforts to fulfil its enhanced focus to drive Malaysia’s economy through strategically curated ecosystem development initiatives, funding assistance, and innovative investments.
“The orange economy will contribute towards achieving the government’s aspiration for the industry to contribute RM31.9 billion to Malaysia’s gross domestic product by 2025, as outlined in the recently announced 12th Malaysia Plan,” he said in a statement today.
Junady previously served as a senior director of strategic planning at Unit Peneraju Agenda Bumiputera (TERAJU) of the Prime Minister’s Department.
DAMANSARA HOLDINGS BHD has appointed Muaazam Mahmud as its group chief executive officer (CEO), effective today.
In a statement, the company said prior to the appointment, Muaazam led the overall transformation programme and initiatives at Johor Corp Bhd, the investment arm of the Johor state government.
“As the CEO, he will be responsible for the strategic direction and operational leadership of the company,” Damansara Holdings said.
TECHNA-X BHD’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Touchpoint International Sdn Bhd (TPI) has secured a five-year exclusive technology partnership agreement with Kenya-based Pesapass Limited.
The agreement will be to licence TPI’s Revenue Management System (RMS) for Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and all of its 65 national parks and reserves, said Techna-X, an intelligent digital ecosystem and energy storage solutions provider, in a statement today.
“The RMS developed for KWS will be known as the Safaripay Platform and will be implemented across all of its managed parks, which receive over two million visitors per year.
“The combined ticketing revenue for all the parks managed by KWS are valued up to RM500 million annually in a regular pre-COVID-19 pandemic year,” it added.