To ease the burden of freelancers/self-employed person, our Prime Minister has introduced a new program in June 2020, named as the PenjanaGig Program. The PenjanaGig Programme is an RM50 million matching grant for gig economy platforms who contribute for their gig workers to SOCSO’s Self-Employment Social Security Scheme (SESSS) and Employees Provident Fund’s i-Saraan Scheme. Continue reading to find out how you can be benefited from the scheme.
The Pandemic COVID-19 had placed all of us in a tight spot. Companies are facing financial disruptions, and people are losing their jobs. We, who have the ability to help, are able to assist them in many ways. Let’s see how brands and influencers took the initiative to help people and how we can get involved as well.
Covid-19 has turned everything in the world upside down. Most of the businesses especially retail stores are facing a steep downhill in their sales. In times like this, only the fittest survives. Brands are forced to adapt to the disastrous event, and here are a few examples on how they embrace themselves and take the hit.
Ever since the MCO has been announced, numbers of Malaysian brands and influencers went all out on their social media platforms to create content for fans and also interact closely with them when they are also isolated from the crowd in the midst of MCO. In this article, we will be looking at how influencers spread positivity through Instagram Live.
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, it gave one of the toughest times to all of us including the frontlines, businesses, and netizens. People are forced to stay at home and are working remotely. But, what about the influencers? Read more to find out.