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  • Enterprise, Issues  |  JANUARY 31, 2016 6:00AM

    Changing the industry – one tile at a time

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    Changing the way of doing business led Feruni Ceramiche to scale up within a mere six years. Today it has eight retail stores spread across the country, shaking up a previously dull and stagnant industry.

     
  • Enterprise, Issues  |  JANUARY 30, 2016 6:00AM

    Carving his own niche

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    A high-school dropout and the son of a tiler, CC Ngei got involved in the tile retailing business from the age of 15. Almost three decades later, he has since moved up the value chain to selling his own brand of tiles, and is set to transform the industry with his vision.

     
  • Enterprise, Issues  |  JANUARY 30, 2016 6:00AM

    Feruni Ceramiche: The story of a tiler

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    When CC Ngei started Feruni Ceramiche in 2010, he already had 20 years of prior experience up his sleeves, and yet he chose not to conform to the norm of the industry. Read how Ngei carved out a niche of …

     
  • Enterprise, Issues  |  JANUARY 30, 2016 3:00AM

    Lessons learned from running a family business

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    Previously, Eu Yan Sang group chief executive officer Richard Eu discussed how he started with the family business and his plans for it. Today, he gives some advice on how to run a family business and take it to greater heights.

     
  • Enterprise, Issues  |  JANUARY 29, 2016 4:09AM

    Eu Yan Sang: Keeping the family dream alive

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    The story of traditional Chinese medicine brand Eu Yan Sang began in 1873 when a young man named Eu Kong left his hometown of Foshan, a village in the Guangdong province of southern China, to seek a new life in …

     
  • Enterprise, Issues  |  JANUARY 29, 2016 4:09AM

    Keeping the family dream alive

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    The story of traditional Chinese medicine brand Eu Yan Sang began in 1873 when a young man named Eu Kong left his hometown of Foshan, a village in the Guangdong province of southern China, to seek a new life in Malaya. He eventually set up a shop selling Chinese medicine in Gopeng, Perak, and the rest as they say, is history. KINIBIZ spoke to his great grandson Richard Eu about his start in the family business and where he is taking it.

     
  • Corporate, Enterprise, Featured and Exclusive  |  JANUARY 11, 2016 11:07AM

    Crowdo officially launches ECF platform

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    Regional crowdfunding platform Crowdo has officially launched its equity crowdfunding platform in Malaysia, following its approval as a recognised market operator by the Securities Commission (SC) in June 2015. Leo Shimada, co-founder and chief executive officer of Crowdo, noted that …

     
  • Enterprise, Issues  |  JANUARY 7, 2016 12:00AM

    The way forward

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    In this article, KINIBIZ looks at Xin Hwa’s warehousing component and speaks to managing director Ng Aik Chuan about Xin Hwa’s plans moving forward.

     
  • Enterprise, Issues  |  JANUARY 6, 2016 12:00AM

    The minutiae of moving the big picture

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    Here, KINIBIZ speaks to Ng Aik Chuan, managing director of Xin Hwa Holdings Bhd, and learns about what it takes to be able to move unconventionally large cargoes, as well as the course of starting up the fabrication plant.

     
  • Enterprise, Issues  |  JANUARY 5, 2016 12:00AM

    How things started

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    In this article, KINIBIZ speaks to Xin Hwa co-founder Ng Aik Chuan about the journey that led to the establishment of Xin Hwa, and the challenges faced during the first year

     
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