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.
In the year 2019, Instagram has been voted as the top essential tool for influencers and currently, it has almost 1billion monthly active users globally. It is flooded with tons of users from Gen Z, Gen X, and Millennial.
While it might seem tempting to jump in at the deep end and throw all your money at the biggest influencer in your industry, that’s not always the best answer. In fact, it’s well worth considering the different levels of influencers such as micro-influencers.
If you’re keen to dip your toe into influencer marketing or if you’re just interested in a strategy shakeup, let’s dive into the world of micro-influencers together with your influencer campaigns.
Malaysia is a Southeastern Asian country that is multiracial, with many different ethnic groups living in the country especially Malays that account for more than half of the country’s population. Topic such as #Halal has been constantly mentioned by the users on Instagram in Malaysia.
Cloudbreakr is going to show you the modern concept of Halal marketing, by taking fashion and hospitality & tourism services as an example to discover how they cater the muslim market. Let’s discover together!
We are proud to announce the launch of our 1st seminar: Influence at Scale – The landscape of Influencer Marketing in Malaysia to all of you!