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 Features: A career I-way

Internet VenturesThe moniker Jobstreet that Mark Chang coined for his fledging e-commerce start-up back in 1997 was built on a desire to be the human capital of the world, not unlike Wall Street which is the global hub for finance. Laying the foundation on a simple computing structure kept cost down and Chang closer to realizing his dream.

Note: Published in C | Level, CNET Asia publication, Jan/Feb, 2003 issue
by Anita Devasahayam

Posted by anita on Wednesday, January 01 @ 19:21:38 MYT (6 reads)
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 Features: Have Net will travel

TravelThe regionís first budget, no-frills airlines AirAsia is flying high, raking in an estimate RM500,000 a month (US$132,000), thanks to the Internet. Chief executive officer Tony Fernandes tells C|Level why his e-ticketing strategy works.

Note: Published in C | Level, CNET Asia publication, Jan/Feb, 2003 issue
by Anita Devasahayam

Posted by anita on Wednesday, January 01 @ 19:16:43 MYT (3 reads)
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 News: Sanmina-SCI to Make IBM PCs in Penang

Electronic Manufacturing SvcsIn a bid to cut cost and enhance logistics efficiency, IBM Corp has relocated part of its desktop PC manufacturing activities from Shenzhen, China to Penang, Malaysia.

The move signals a reversal of fortune for Penang, Malaysia's "Silicon Island", which in recent years has faced serious loss of fresh foreign investment for its mainstay electronic components manufacturing to the burgeoning Chinese economy.

IBM joins other manufacturers such as Dell Computer Corp, Intel Corp, and Advanced Micro Devices Inc that continue to invest in Penang, while hedging their bets with operations in China.

Published in Nikkei Electronics Asia, Jan 01, 2003
by Anita Devasahayam, Malaysian correspondent

Posted by anita on Wednesday, January 01 @ 19:08:25 MYT (1 reads)
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 Features: HSBC: An expedient banker

BankingLONG and windy queues that often spill out of the building into the main thoroughfare of Kuala Lumpur no longer dominate the scene at HSBC Banking Berhad. Intelligent machines and attentive bank executives gradually replaced all 88 (teller) counters taking up three floors of premium space at the bankís main office located at Lebuh Ampang.

Years of hiving off routine tasks to automated teller machines (ATMs) allowed the bank to concentrate on increasing its consumer and corporate market share through personal service over time. Providing one-on-one service for customers opening bank accounts or signing up loans earned HSBC Malaysia over US$1 billion in new mortgages for last year alone.

Such a feat would have not been possible without business acumen, brilliant foresight and careful planning. Facing stiff competition from other financial institutions here, the foreign-owned bank has had to innovate to retain its clientele as well as bring in new customers. Indeed the venerable banker was already quietly laying the foundation from the early days.

Note: Published in C | Level, a CNET Publication, Nov/Dec issue, 2002
by Anita Devasahayam

Posted by anita on Friday, November 01 @ 19:04:06 MYT (0 reads)
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 Features: Diaspora: Roger Wilkinson

ProfilesOn his first foreign assignment, Roger Wilkinson found himself in the middle of four cyclones and a military coup in Fiji. For Wilkinson, now chief executive officer of US-based risk and insurance brokerage Marsh in South East Asia, the mid-80s baptism by fire kindled his ambition and sense of adventure.
"Opportunities are abundant for our business in places like Indonesia and Vietnam, as the economic potential is high. It is not like this back home. Our business is not as sophisticated in New Zealand," says Christchurch-born Wilkinson, who has spent 29 years with the company.

His experiences in Fiji taught him the importance of being true to himself and stood him in good stead when the firm asked him to move to Indonesia in 1999.

Published in Unlimited, Oct 01, 2002
by Anita Devasahayam

Posted by anita on Tuesday, October 01 @ 18:55:36 MYT (0 reads)
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