Johor International Trade, Investment and Utility Committee Chairman, Jimmy Puah has announced a new programme known as Johor E-Commerce Accelerator Programme or in short, JEAP, to leverage the state’s E-Commerce-based entrepreneurship.
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JEAP is looking to amp up Johor Startup Ecosystem especially its entrepreneurs to drive a new wave of digital economy in the state. The programme is set to take off by March 2020 with the aid of START Malaysia and Techsauce Media Thailand and it would tour Johor Bahru, Batu Pahat, Kluang and Muar to help potential businesses ranging from SMEs and startups to learn more skills and develop themselves towards e-commerce.
With an allocation of RM1Mil, the main goal is to help at least 20 local startup companies to enter into the e-commerce venture and to increase their selling revenue by at least 100%.