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Mohd Radzi, Friday, October 27, 2017

SSM Biztrust jaminan perniagaan dalam talian yang selamat

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Pensijilan SSM Biztrust yang dikeluarkan Suruhajaya Syarikat Malaysia mampu meningkatkan keyakinan pengguna terhadap usahawan dalam talian. Ia merupakan boleh diperoleh melalui perakuan perakuan yang dikeluarkan oleh SSM sebagai bukti entiti tersebut telah mematuhi ciri-ciri amanah yang ditetapkan, keselamatan dalam talian dan perlindungan maklumat. Menteri Perdagangan Dalam Negeri, Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan (KPDNKK), Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainuddin berkata, inisiatif SSM ini bertujuan mengekang aktiviti penipuan pihak tidak bertanggung-jawab di dalam talian.

 

Untuk melihat video sila klik pautan di bawah

http://www.astroawani.com/video-malaysia/ssm-biztrust-jaminan-perniagaan-dalam-talian-yang-selamat-163643

Sumber : Astro Awani

 

KUALA LUMPUR: The new economy requires more aggressive, dynamic and creative ventures that earn rural entrepreneurs their place on the global supply chain, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today.

He said without creativity and innovation driving consistent outputs of rural industry, its entreprenuers will be left behind as the world shifts towards a digital industry.

"We need to maximise digital technology and leverage on it to ensure our place on the global supply chain," said Najib in launching the Rural Entrepreneurs Carnival at the Putra World Trade Centre.

Also present were Rural and Regional Development Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob, his deputies Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi and Datuk Ahmad Jazlan Yaakub, as well as Sabah Chief Minister Tan Sri Musa Aman.

 

Najib said rural-based small and medium industries had, during the 10th Malaysia Plan period, contributed to 33.4 percent of thw gross domestic product (GDP), 17.3 percent of exports and 57.8 percent of human resource supply.

"This shows that we need to establish our footing on the global supply chain in order to grow and remain competitive," said Najib.

He said rural entrepreneurs needed to develop their creativity in marketing their products on the global market.

"It is the digital age and this in the new normal, where products are moved on the global supply chain by cashless means and even without human contact," said Najib.

"It is all digitised and we need to be able to deal in this manner. These are skills that can be learned and developed, thus you should learn and develop yourselves."

Najib said under the 2017 Budget the government had allocated a total of RM1.04billion for various programmes geared towards driving rural industries and the 2018 Budget is set to see an increase.

 

By ARNAZ M. KHAIRUL

https://www.nst.com.my

MR
Mohd Radzi, Friday, October 20, 2017

Rebutlah peluang terbaik ini

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Lanjutan daripada sambutan yang amat menggalakkan terutamanya daripada pihak-pihak berkepentingan, pihak SSM telah bersetuju untuk melanjutkan tempoh promosi bagi fi pendaftaran secara PERCUMA ini sehingga 31 Mac 2018 ke atas setiap tahap (Tahap 1, Tahap 2 dan Tahap 3).

Jadi ayuh semua pengusaha-pengusaha / para peniaga dalam talian, jangan lepaskan peluang keemasan ini. Mohonlah sekarang dengan melayari portal https://biztrust.ssm.com.my.

Tingkatkan keyakinan pelanggan dengan paparan logo SSM BizTrust di laman web / Facebook Page / Instagram / Blogspot anda sekarang.

Untuk mengetahui apa itu SSM BizTrust dan fungsi sila klik https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIfa1ToYoeo

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By ADRIAN DAVID - October 4, 2017 @ 11:59am

 

KUALA TERENGGANU: Lack of confidence among consumers to conduct online business transactions is inhibiting the growth of small-and-medium enterprises in the country.

Terengganu SME Corporation director Muhammad Ibrahim said another factor which is working against the smart facility was the rampant fraud still occurring among consumers.

“Owing to such fears, only 7.4 per cent of SMEs nationwide last year have indulged in online transactions to conduct their business, compared with 4.6 per cent for Terengganu alone.

“This is a worrying trend, especially when the government is encouraging more SMEs to conduct businesses online in order to save on overhead and operating costs.

‘At the same time, online transactions allow for speedier and more efficient delivery of goods and services,” said Muhammad at the inaugural ‘Online Enterpreneurs Talk’ at Sumai Hotel.

The event was held in collaboration with the Companies Commission of Malaysia (CCM), the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry and Persatuan Tunas Usahawan Terengganu (Patut).

Muhammad said that in line with the ‘Digital Free Trade Zone’ initiative, the SME sector contributed 36 per cent of the country’s gross domestic product.

“SME Corp itself provides 40 per cent funding for those conducting transactions online, while other government agencies also advise and consult them to sustain their businesses and remain competitive,” he said.

Muhammad called on SMEs to register their businesses with CCM and comply with the various ministries’ regulations on patents, trademarks and halal certification.

“This will help authenticate their businesses as bona fide and give confidence to consumers to purchase their goods and services.

“Otherwise, these smart consumers will consider their businesses as ‘fly-by-night’ companies which employ fraudulent tactics to lure unsuspecting customers,” he said.

Nevertheless, Muhammad added that more than 30 per cent of Terengganu’s 22,000 SMEs had adopted online business transactions.

Terengganu Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Department director Azlan Abdul Samad urged SMEs not to operate their businesses just via Instagram, Twitter and Facebook but to register with CCM.

“Consumers on the other hand should verify if SMEs are properly registered and avoid any dealings with illegal ones.

“This will not only protect the SMEs but the interests of consumers as the authorities can trace fraudulent and unethical practices,” said Azlan.

Registered SMEs must furnish details like the full business name, address, contact telephone number and company registration number, price tag, product details, quality, discounts offered, terms of sales, method of payment and delivery time.

CCM Terengganu customer service executive Norazila Ghazali said all companies, whether indulging in online or offline business, must be registered to conduct business legally.

She said there were 70,000 registered companies in Terengganu.

“As an added measure, especially for companies without premises that conduct online transactions via virtual operations, we have distributed ‘BizTrust’ logos to them to vouch for their authenticity.

“Thus, consumers can rest assured of the genuine status of the businesses which provide guarantees and warranties,” she said.

Meanwhile, RNR Dynakix Sdn Bhd managing director Nur Raihan Anuar said she had no qualms about operating her cosmetics and skin-care business 100 per cent online the past three years.

“Through efficient delivery, I have managed to capture the trust of my customers who believe in the credibility of my company.

“Doing business online has saved me huge overheads and other expenses related to staffing, amenities and logistics,” said Nur Raihan, whose company deals with booster serum, foundation makeup and ‘Lipsmatte’ lipsticks, among her products.

Her company grosses monthly sales of RM250,000 locally, in Brunei, Singapore and Indonesia.

MR
Mohd Radzi, Thursday, October 12, 2017

Peraturan Menjalankan Perniagaan Di Laman Web

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Monitoring BizTrust seals 

  1. Once a BizTrust Seal is issued, the online trader may continue to display the seal on its website and will have to renew the assurance seal periodically. 
  2. The monitoring of BizTrust Seal may depend upon the online trader’s operation; the frequency of changes to the online trader’s systems and policies; and the professional judgement of Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM).
  3. However, if the online trader is no longer in compliance, the online trader must remove the seal from its web site. 
The seal will remain valid for one year, plus a ninety day grace period, unless it is revoked or suspended. The grace period is provided to allow sufficient time for completing the follow-up review.
If SSM determines that the online trader’s systems, policies and disclosures fail to comply with the BizTrust Services Principles and Criteria at any time or if the online trader fails to renew the seal through a follow-up review at the end of one year, SSM will immediately notify the online trader and advise that the seal must be removed from the online trader’s web site and any printed or online materials.
SSM may restore a BizTrust Services Seal after it has been revoked or suspended if an unqualified report can be rendered. SSM may either reinstate the original report if it is once again accurate or issue a new report.

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