iCube and Executive College sign MoU towards creating more youth entrepreneurs

By Patricia Hului
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Liew (second left) and Sie (right) exchanging MoU documents during the signing ceremony, witnessed by Len Talif (second right) and Melvin Liew iCube director.

Kuching-based incubator iCube Innovation signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Executive College in an effort to create more youth entrepreneurs in Sarawak.

The MoU was signed by iCube founder and chairman Dato Patrick Liew and Executive College CEO Sheila Sie while witnessed by Assistant Minister for Workforce Development and Training Datu Len Talif Salleh.

“Every entity has their specific expertise, the sharing of these expertises and knowledge will be able to produce a much greater result as compared to a single entity labouring on their own,” said Liew, who said that collaborations were very much encouraged.

This partnership will extend to provide a platform for workshops, training, talks, seminars and similar events related to entrepreneurship grooming, e-commerce development, business coaching, leadership building and more.

The aim is to provide young aspiring young entrepreneurs with expanded access to relevant information and potential opportunities.

Since August last year, iCube has signed MoU with Tegas (Sarawak Bumiputeras Technical Education Promotion Charitable Trust), Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre, FAME International College, Technology College Sarawak,, Sarawak Children’s Cancer Society and Sarawak Entrepreneur Association.

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Liew (seated left) and Sie (right) signing the MoU.


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