As the agency tasked with enhancing the Malaysia Automotive Industry, one of the major challenges, we have to address constantly has been the issue of awareness of industry opportunities.
The ecosystem that makes up the industry is vast, with a wide subject matters and an array of specialisations, which requires mastery of technical, non-technical and creative disciplines.
It is not just engines, nuts and bolts – it is both an art and science that finds emotional attachment to both business an...Read more
Pengguna jalan raya tidak hanya boleh mengganggap keselamatan terjamin semata-mata kerana terdapat sistem keselamatan terbaharu dalam kenderaan mereka. Kita hendaklah mengetahui cara mengoptimumkan penggunaan sistem keselamatan agar memaksimakan peluang terselamat jika kemalangan berlaku.
Secara umum, sistem keselamatan yang terdiri daripada dua jenis - keselamatan aktif dan keselamatan pasif. Kedua-dua sistem mempunyai fungsi yang berbeza, dimana sistem aktif berfungsi mengelak kemalangan, man...Read more
A quick scan of reports online shows that in the most advanced countries, the percentage of population with a bachelor degree or higher was between 21 and 47 percent in 2013.
Interestingly, car-producing nations such as Germany and Italy recorded university degree attainment at only 28 and 21 percent, respectively. Yet, these are nations with the most recognisable marques in the world - many associating ownership of their products as symbols of success.
While the values of the tertiary educati...Read more
One of the roles of the Malaysia Automotive Institute is the development of human capital for the automotive industry. As talent is an unmistakable asset to the economy, we have developed several programmes aimed at the different levels and skill sets - school leavers, undergraduates, fresh graduates as well as those already working.
Since our programs began in 2012, we have trained thousands of youths and executives who are now serving within the industry, creating new employment opportunities...Read more
IT is easy to paint a picture of businesses as mere capitalistic entities with the sole aim of maximising profit for shareholders.
We are often exposed to the happy endings of business stories; the ones that end up with the glamorous and luxurious lifestyle of the owner. However, we must realise that more often than not this is usually at the final chapters. In truth, behind every major success is a huge amount of struggle, blood and sweat.
Most entrepreneurs start as small entities. Moving fo...Read more