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The Path to Success

by Rabea Brauer

How Women-owned Businesses Transform in the Era of Digitalization - Lessons from Malaysia

Jointly conducted with Woomentum and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Japan/SOPAS, the research looks at the effects of digitalization on Women-owned Small and Medium Enterprises' (1) access to financing, (2) access to mentoring, networking, and skills, (3) business process and management, as well as (4) COVID-19 crisis management. This chapter focuses on the lesson learned by WSMEs in Malaysia.

For the Malaysian Chapter only, click here:

https://www.kas.de/documents/287213/8314289/Country+Report+20-12-07+Malaysia.pdf/969f546d-5545-2a5b-19ee-40db6ca4e378?version=1.0&t=1607310202289

 

For the full project information and complete publication by KAS Japan/SOPAS, click on the link below:

"The Path to Success: How Women-owned Businesses Transform in the Era of Digitalization - Case Studies from Indonesia, Cambodia, Malaysia, and Myanmar"

https://www.kas.de/de/web/japan/publikationen/einzeltitel/-/content/the-path-to-success-how-women-owned-businesses-transform-in-the-era-of-digitalization

 

Contact Person

Rabea Brauer

Rabea Brauer

Country Representative Japan/ Director of Economic Programme Asia (SOPAS)

rabea.brauer@kas.de +81 3 6426 5041