Gigple partners MDEC to grow Malaysia’s digital landscape

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Gigple, Asia’s leading Marketing and Comms platform that connects people and businesses to the sharing economy, is proud to announce its selection as an official partner of Malaysian Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC). Through this strategic partnership, Gigple will be working closely with MDEC on their Sharing Economy Platform and eRezeki project.

Fariza Sakina, Gigple’s Co-Founder, expressed her excitement in the recent collaboration between MDEC and Gigple. This strategic alignment reinforces both organisations’ commitment to growing Malaysia’s digital landscape; encouraging open innovation and creating a more accessible digital economy for Malaysians all around the nation

Fariza Sakina – Gigple Co-Founder

The Sharing Economy Program is a national initiative by the Malaysian government in support of MDEC’s efforts to promote economic growth through innovation, technology adoption, and investment in digital infrastructure.

The platform was created with an aim to create a robust network of services that can benefit freelancers and employers.

This partnership between Gigple and MDEC will help accelerate the development of the Gigs online services while providing immense opportunities for Malaysians to benefit from this innovative new business model.

In addition to the Sharing Economy Program, Gigple is also partnering with MDEC on the eRezeki project which aims at increasing incomes for Malaysians in low-income brackets by providing them access to quality jobs across a diverse range of industries including Marketing and Comms.

Hari Singh Rai – Gigple Business Director

Through this project, Gigple will enable users to connect through its platform for job opportunities that are tailored made for their preferences – giving individuals more flexibility in choosing their work hours and location while enabling employers access talent in a timely manner.

Hari Singh Rai, Gigple’s Business Director heralded the recent collaboration between their organization and MDEC as a major milestone in Malaysian digital economy development.

The strategic partnership provides much-needed sustainable economic opportunities for citizens – involving customers, businesses, employees. Both parties are enthusiastic about ensuring an inclusive digital future for Malaysia.

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