Auditorium ( Level 1 )
Co-Working Space ( Level 1 )
Malaysia Room ( Level 2 )
Indonesia Room ( Level 2 )
Vietnam Room ( Level 2 )
GAP Space ( Level 2 )

Saturday - 2 November 2019

Welcoming Remarks:
The Future of Entrepreneurship

E-Nation Symposium 2019 was successfully launched this evening by YB Datuk Seri Mohd Redzuan Md Yusof from the Ministry of Entrepreneur Development. MaGIC’s CEO, Dzuleira Abu Bakar delivered her welcoming remarks on the Future of Entrepreneurship, while the co-founder of Fashion Valet and Duck Group, Vivy Yusof delivered a keynote on Empowering Fashionpreneurs of Tomorrow. The officiating ceremony marked the commencement of the 4-day symposium that will end this Saturday, filled with various keynotes, workshops, forums, career fair, esports tournament and many more.
This morning at E-Nation Symposium 2019, we had Mr Mohd Naguib Razak, Chairman of MyCreative Ventures delivering his keynote on Transforming Arts for Growth and Inclusivity. In his speech about building the ecosystem on creative sector, Mr Mohd Naguib highlighted on how anime and K-drama are globally accepted and creating global phenomenon due to creativity that sells, and that its language is only a tool, not a hindrance to success.
Panel Discussion 03 : Maximising the Potential of Creative Entrepreneurship in Malaysia is currently happening at the E-Nation Symposium 2019 with the legendary Dato Hans Isaac, Dato Norman Abdul Halim and Mr Mohd Nizam Abdul Razak as panelists, and Ms Izan Satrina Dato Sallehuddin as the fantastic moderator. Among the very useful advices we received today are on the importance of adapting to the languages and culture of the market you want to penetrate into, to work more on protecting the IP and to not practice full dependency on grants to move forward. If you're not at MaGIC, head over to our Facebook page and watch the sessions today live!
"Buy For Impact" features booths from Social Enterprises showcasing their products and services that supports different communities they serve. Come over and support these communities by purchasing the products sold, e.g. cookies made by the hearing impaired, traditional handicraft made by indigenous communities or be here to learn and understand about the services provided by these SEs.
Jobseekers can drop their resumes at booths in the Career Fair or get tips on potential openings. Seen here, some are filling out forms and asking questions, possibly to get an overview of what it is like to work for a company or a sector that seems interesting to them.
Slide Chat Session 01 : Scientific Selling for Startup Entrepreneurship by Vicks Kanagasingam  Chief Operating Officer of Xperanti IoT
Get the slide here