Five up-and-coming Japanese start-ups have been selected for expansion in Malaysia through the successful partnership between Sunway iLabs and the Japanese External Trade Organisation (JETRO). With two of the five start-ups setting up their offices at Sunway FutureX houses in Sunway City Kuala Lumpur, Sunway hopes to create similar synergies with foreign and local talents to grow the innovation ecosystem in Malaysia.
“Corporate governance” – once overlooked – has quickly risen as the buzzword in recent years. Across the globe, heated debates are taking place on the necessity of a regulatory reform to ensure the soundness of the financial sector, as well as the governance of all public-listed companies.
In late 2019, a new institute opened on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. Its timing could not have been better - as the COVID-19 pandemic sent Britain into lockdown several months later, the institute found itself at the heart of the University’s response to this unprecedented challenge.
China’s largest e-commerce platform by revenue has been practising sustainability as part of its long-term business strategy since its inception. JD.com invested more than RM 605 million into the Green Steam Initiative where consumers are incentivised for choosing recyclable packaging for their orders. Corporate partners are engaged to promote recycled packaging across the supply chain.
Sunway University Press was launched to give the public access to researches by Sunway University academics. The publishing department also provides guidance on intellectual property matters and publishing process with a constructive writing and publishing space.
Growing economic inequality gives rise to social unrest, hinders economic growth and prevents poverty reduction. Current economic model has to be challenged by the people and rethought by the government. Deepak Xavier believes society has the power to fight injustices of poverty and inequality.
You’ve heard them before – ‘Depression is a choice,' 'People with mental health issues should snap out of it', ‘Only teenage girls self-harm’.