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APPENDIX 1130 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10Key Statistics on <strong>SME</strong>sKey Statistics on <strong>SME</strong>sTable 1: Number of Establishments by SectorSector Micro Small Medium Total <strong>SME</strong>s Total <strong>SME</strong>s Large Total EstablishmentNumber of Establishments % Share Number NumberManufacturing 21,516 15,796 2,061 39,373 7.2 1,420 40,793Services 381,585 83,037 10,084 474,706 86.6 2,819 477,525Agriculture 31,838 1,775 575 34,188 6.2 343 34,531Total <strong>SME</strong>s 434,939 100.608 12,720 548,267 100.0 4,582 552,849Source: Census of Establishment and Enterprises, 2005 by Department of Statistics, <strong>Malaysia</strong>Table 2: Number of <strong>SME</strong> Establishments by StateSector Micro Small Medium Total <strong>SME</strong>s %Johor 45,630 9,485 1,356 56,471 10.3Kedah 33,531 3,066 432 37,029 6.8Kelantan 34,075 1,528 198 35,801 6.5Melaka 16,520 2,696 407 19,623 3.6Negeri Sembilan 14,911 2,275 369 17,555 3.2Pahang 24,917 2,742 399 28,058 5.1Pulau Pinang 21,422 4,527 803 26,752 4.9Perak 37,872 5,567 691 44,130 8.0Perlis 5,549 340 31 5,920 1.1Selangor 73,273 22,396 2,854 98,523 18.0Terengganu 22,112 1,415 207 23,734 4.3Sabah 18,915 4,901 978 24,794 4.5Sarawak 25,377 6,601 1,081 33,059 6.0WP KL 60,835 33,069 2,914 96,818 17.7Total <strong>SME</strong>s 434,939 100,608 12,720 548,267 100.0Source: Census of Establishment and Enterprises, 2005 by Department of Statistics, <strong>Malaysia</strong>


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10131APPENDIX 1Table 3: Value Added Growth of <strong>SME</strong>s by Key Economic Activity, Annual Change in % (constant 2000 prices)YE<strong>AR</strong> 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009Growth Rate (%)Agriculture 3.8 2.1 3.4 8.5 3.6 7.4 -1.4 7.3 2.0Mining &Quarrying-0.3 4.1 1.1 -3.6 -1.1 0.9 9.5 1.4 6.1Key Statistics on <strong>SME</strong>sConstruction 4.6 5.9 5.2 1.0 4.7 3.2 13.2 3.7 4.3Manufacturing -6.4 3.1 9.9 10.3 5.7 8.3 6.3 -0.6 -8.6Services 2.2 5.1 2.9 6.8 8.0 7.8 12.8 8.6 2.2Total ValueAddedSource: Department of Statistics, <strong>Malaysia</strong>-0.4 4.6 5.2 8.3 6.9 7.4 10.0 6.0 -0.4Table 4: Contribution of <strong>SME</strong> to GDP by Key Economic Activity (constant 2000 prices)YE<strong>AR</strong> 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009% share to GDPAgriculture 2.4 2.5 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.2 2.3 2.4Mining &Quarrying0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04Construction 0.8 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.9Manufacturing 9.2 8.5 8.3 8.7 9.0 9.0 9.2 9.2 8.7 8.1Services 17.1 17.4 17.3 16.9 16.9 17.3 17.6 18.7 19.4 20.1Less:UndistributedFISIMPlus: ImportdutiesTotal ValueAdded0.9 0.9 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.60.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.328.8 28.5 28.3 28.2 28.6 29.0 29.4 30.4 30.8 31.2Source: Department of Statistics, <strong>Malaysia</strong>


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10133CHAPTER 1Appendix 2: List of <strong>SME</strong> DevelopmentProgrammes in 2010The <strong>Malaysia</strong>n Economy135 Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry (MOA)138 Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities (MPIC)140 Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operativesand Consumerism (MDTCC)141 Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (MEGTW)142 Ministry of Finance (MOF)144 Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE)145 Ministry of Human Resources (MOHR)146 Ministry of Housing and Local Government (MHLG)147 Ministry of Tourism (MOTOUR)148 Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI)149 Ministry of Rural and Regional Development (MRRD)151 Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI)156 Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development (MWFCD)157 Ministry of Industrial Development Sabah (MID Sabah)159 Ministry of Industrial Development Sarawak (MID Sarawak)161 Prime Minister’s Department (JPM)162 Bank Negara <strong>Malaysia</strong> (BNM)163 Perbadanan Usahawan Nasional Berhad (PUNB)


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10135APPENDIX 2List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry (MOA)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Development of Agro-based • Increase productivity, efficiency, export volume and netLPPIndustry programmeincome of existing <strong>SME</strong>s in primary agriculture and agrobasedindustry• Human Capital Development • Develop more professional and dynamic entrepreneurs withstrong business skills especially in the area of marketingFAMAList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010• Increase in ProductionCapability• IAT Certification SpecialProjects - Increase inHuman Capital, ProductionCapability, Product Quality,Promotion and Marketing• Develop professional and competent agro-basedentrepreneurs for business expansion• Develop knowledgeable entrepreneurs in pineapple-basedproduct processing• Modernise, increase production capacity and assistentrepreneurs in obtaining certification• Increase the production capacity of agro-based entrepreneursthrough mechanisation and automation• Improve product quality, image and presentation to complywith the Food Act and labeling rules• Assist entrepreneur to acquire machinery and equipmentto improve productivity• Develop competent agro-based industry entrepreneursthrough integrated human capital development programme,improved production capability, product quality andmarketingLKIMMPIBLKIMMPIBFAMADVS• Branding, Promotion andMarketing• Provide comprehensive marketing service throughout thevalue chain from downstream to upstream activities• Enhance product image in terms of branding, design,packaging, graphic and labeling to be more competitive• Increase awareness of consumers on pineapple-basedproducts and provide the opportunity for entrepreneurs toventure into pineapple products processing industryDOFLKIMMPIB


APPENDIX 2136 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry (MOA)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Veterinary Industry• Develop competent entrepreneurs in livestock processingMOAEntrepreneur DevelopmentProgramme• Assist entrepreneurs to achieve average monthly income ofmore than RM2,000• Entrepreneur Marketing/ • Improve and expand the marketing system of agricultureFAMADistribution DevelopmentSchemeproducts through cooperation with Government Agencies• Increase Quality and ProductDevelopment• Ensure food produced by entrepreneurs comply with the FoodActLKIM• Technical, Skills andEntrepreneurship Training• Increase the shelf-life of the agro-based products throughresearch and product development• Develop competent agro-based entrepreneurs in the area offishery and in terms of business and technical skills throughintegrated human capital developmentDOFMOA• Improve Product Quality • Develop quality products that can comply with the foodregulation• Branding • Improve product image from branding, design, packaging,graphic and labeling aspects to be competitive in the market• Assist entreprerneurs in product improvement and marketexpansionFAMAFAMA• Promotion andAdvertisement• Create the awareness of consumers on new products in themarket• Serve as an <strong>SME</strong> product distribution centre for consumersand for sales promotion by entrepreneurs at a minimum costFAMA


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10137APPENDIX 2Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry (MOA)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Product Development and • Conduct research and development of new pineapple-basedMPIBExpansionproducts• Entrepreneur Development • Promote transfer of commercialised technologies to <strong>SME</strong>s/M<strong>AR</strong>DIProgrammeentrepreneursStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented ByList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010• Micro Credit Scheme • Assist small entrepreneurs to expand existing agricultureprojectsAgrobank• Skim Belia Tani-i/Skim BeliaNiaga• Provide financing to youths for start-up and businessexpansion under the Youth Economic Group Trust FundAgrobank• Fund for Food (3F) • Increase food production in the country and reduce foodimportAgrobankb) Promoting Bumiputera Participation in <strong>SME</strong> SectorStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Financing Scheme forBumiputera Trade &Industry Community• Promote and develop Bumiputera entrepreneurs in agriculturesectorAgrobank• Development of BumiputeraEntrepreneurs throughBumiputera Commercial andIndustrial Community (BCIC)• Develop competitive and viable Bumiputra entrepreneurs Agrobank• Tabung Ekonomi KumpulanUsaha Niaga (TEKUN)• Provide microcredit financing, information, businessopportunities and advisory to Bumiputra entrepreneursTEKUNMinistry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry (MOA)Contact: Wisma Tani, No. 28 Persiaran Perdana, Presint 4Tel: 603-8870 1000Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, 62624 Putrajaya Fax: 603-8888 6020www.moa.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


APPENDIX 2138 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities (MPIC)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• TUNAS (Tunjuk Nasihat • Assist smallholders in the palm oil sector to implement goodMPOBSawit)agronomic practices• Cocoa Smallholders• Promote, assist and sustain cocoa smallholders in valueMCBDevelopment Programme added processing, increase quality, increase efficiency ofproduction and develop new linkages for direct marketingof dry cocoa beans• Entrepreneur DevelopmentProgramme• Establish collection, processing and marketing centres(CPMC) for agriculture produceLKTN• Entrepreneur DevelopmentProgramme in HandmadeChocolate, Co<strong>ok</strong>ies andConfectionary• Improvement of Productivity,Efficiency and Quality of<strong>Malaysia</strong>n Rubber Products• Commercialisation ofTransparent Soap• Training and AttachmentProgramme for Agro-BasedEntrepreneur• Timber Processing andFinishing TechnologyProgramme• Professional ManagementDevelopment Programme(PMD)• Palm Oil Nursery OperatorDevelopment Course• Increase participation of small enterprises/smallholders in thecommodity sector• Encourage hand-made chocolate, co<strong>ok</strong>ies and confectionaryproduction, increase production capacity and promote localcocoa and chocolate products• Improve the capability and competitiveness of <strong>SME</strong>s in therubber products sector• Develop more transparent soap entrepreneurs to reduceimport of semi-finished soap products• Establish agro-based entrepreneurs among tobacco plantersby conducting training and attachment programmes• Provide the opportunity for SPM holders to be part of thegrowing timber industry and to meet the demand for skilledworkers in the industry• Provide an opportunity for executives and fresh graduates todevelop knowledge and skills as well as contribute to thetimber industry• Provide knowledge and skills in management of palm oilnurseryMPBMCBMRBMPOBLKTNMTIBMTIBMPOB


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10139APPENDIX 2Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities (MPIC)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Palm Oil Grading Skill • Improving quality of fruits to increase palm oil extraction rate MPOBCourse• Diploma in Palm Oil Milling • Contribute to human resource development especially in theMPOBTechnologymanagement and milling technology in the oil palm industry• Management Consolidation • Adopt modern technology on commercial basis to manageMRBModeland consolidate the management of plantation of rubber• Transfer of TechnologySeminar• Add value to MPOB’s technologies and services viacommercialisationMPOBList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010• Transfer of Technology inEstates in Sabah andSarawak• <strong>SME</strong> Transfer of TechnologySeminar• Develop model holding and rubber group processing centres MRB• Encourage the commercialisation of MPOB's technology MPOB• Intensive Diploma in PalmOil Plantation ManagementTechnology• Transfer of Technology andDevelopment of RubberSmallholders in Sarawak• Expose candidates to various technologies in the oil palmplantation management• Increase monthly income of rubber smallholders throughtechnology adoptionMPOBMRBb) Promoting Bumiputera Participation in <strong>SME</strong> SectorStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Bumiputera MarketingExpansion and ExplorationProgramme• Create opportunities for Bumiputera <strong>SME</strong>s to compete in thedomestic and international marketsMTIBMinistry of Plantation Industries and Commodities (MPIC)Contact: 6 - 13th Floor, Lot 2G4, Presint 2Tel: 603-8880 3300Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, 62654 Putrajaya Fax: 603-8880 3482www.kppk.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


APPENDIX 2140 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism (MDTCC)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Taste of <strong>Malaysia</strong> • Promote and market <strong>SME</strong> products via hypermarkets abroad MDTCC• Produk <strong>Malaysia</strong> Citarasa • Promote and market <strong>SME</strong> products via local and foreignMDTCCKitahypermarkets in <strong>Malaysia</strong>• Franchise Development • Develop competent franchisors for the franchise industry MDTCCProgramme• Business MatchingProgramme• Assist <strong>SME</strong>s to access and list their products in the local andforeign hypermarkets and supermarkets in <strong>Malaysia</strong>MDTCCb) Promoting Bumiputera Participation in <strong>SME</strong> SectorStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• PNS Franchise FinancingScheme• PNS Pre-Franchise/Franchisor FinancingScheme• Develop and promote Middle-level Bumiputera Entrepreneursin franchise businesses and provide financialassistance for start-up and business expansion• Assist new Bumiputera franchisors by providing financialassistance to potential franchisors and master franchiseesPNSPNSMinistry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism (MDTCC)Contact: Lot 2G3, Presint 2, Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan62623 PutrajayaTel: 603-8882 5500Fax: 603-8882 5762www.kpdnkk.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10141APPENDIX 2Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (MEGTW)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Green Technology Financing • Promotion of green technology industry MEGTW/Scheme (GTFS)participating financialinstitutionsb) Promoting Bumiputera Participation in <strong>SME</strong> SectorStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Major Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Development Programmefor <strong>SME</strong>s in WastewaterIndustry• Develop more Bumiputera companies in the wastewaterindustryMEGTW through IWK• Bumiputera VendorDevelopment Programme(BVDP)• Develop more Bumiputera companies as TNB vendors MEGTW through TNBMinistry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (MEGTW)Contact: Bl<strong>ok</strong> E4/5, Kompleks Kerajaan, Parcel EPusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, 62668 PutrajayaTel: 603-8883 6000Fax: 603-8889 3712www.kettha.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


APPENDIX 2142 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of Finance (MOF)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Strengthening Enabling InfrastructureMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Community Mall in Batu • Provide premises to develop entrepreneurs in the retail sector PDCKawan• <strong>SME</strong> Halal Industry Park in • Provide manufacturing facility to assist small and mediumPDCPenang Science Parkmanufacturers• Cottage Retail shop • Provide business premises in cottage area UDAStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• <strong>Malaysia</strong>n Kitchen FinancingFacility• Provide financing for <strong>Malaysia</strong>n entrepreneurs to set up orexpand existing <strong>Malaysia</strong>n restaurants overseasEXIM Bank• Tourism Infrastructure Fund • Support the Government’s efforts to develop and promotethe tourism industry• Initiative Financing Scheme • Reduce poverty rate in <strong>Malaysia</strong> by providing financing topoor households for them to undertake viable economicactivities• Creative Industry Fund • Provide financing to the creative industry players in relation toproduction, asset requisition and other related activities forcommercialisation• Ar-Rahnu Micro Programme • Provide access to micro credit facility to communities,especially in the lower income group for working capitalpurposesBPMBAIMBSNYaPEIM


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10143APPENDIX 2Ministry of Finance (MOF)b) Promoting Bumiputera Participation in <strong>SME</strong> SectorStrategic Thrust: Strengthening Enabling InfrastructureMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Halal Product Development • Provide manufacturing premises equipped with machineryMOFProjectand equipment for halal food production• Automotive CentreDevelopment Project inPengkalan Chepa• Provide business premises and workshops equipped withmodern equipment to Bumiputera entrepreneurs in theautomotive businessPKINKc) Promoting Development of <strong>SME</strong>s in K-based IndustriesList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Strategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Cradle InvestmentProgramme• Improve commercialisation scenario for technology ideas tobuild a stronger innovation ecosystemMOF/CFSBStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• ICT, Biotechnology andTechnology DevelopmentProject Financing• Provide syariah-based project financing facility which isinnovative and flexible to local companies in the ICT,biotechnology and technology sectorsMDV• Non-ICT Fund • Provide financing for start-ups and expansion projects in lifesciences and biotechnology, green technology, waste-towealthtechnology and high precision manufacturingMTDCMinistry of Finance (MOF)Contact: Kompleks Kementerian Kewangan, No. 5 Persiaran PerdanaPusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, 62592 PutrajayaTel: 603-8882 3000Fax: 603-8882 3893/94www.treasury.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


APPENDIX 2144 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE)a) Promoting Development of <strong>SME</strong>s in K-based IndustriesStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Short Term Courses • Organise and provide lifelong learning in developingknowledge community (k-communities)MOHE/Universities/Colleges• Provide training to promote skills upgrading and re-skillingfor local workforceMinistry of Higher Education (MOHE)Contact: Bl<strong>ok</strong> E3, Parcel E, Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan62505 PutrajayaTel: 603-8883 5000Fax: 603-8889 3921www.mohe.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10145APPENDIX 2Ministry of Human Resources (MOHR)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Forum,Training Fair and • Establish close linkages with private organisations andPSMBDialogueacademic institutions to ensure that training programmesare in accordance with industry’s needs• Retraining and Skills• Equip workers with skills, capabilities, technical know-howPSMBUpgradingand best practices to be resilient and competitive• Brainstorming on CoreCompetencies for Industries• Indentify training needs for selected industries PSMBList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010• Train-The-Trainer • Produce quality trainers from Ministries and GovernmentAgenciesPSMB• <strong>SME</strong> Training Needs AnalysisConsultancy Scheme• Evaluation on Effectiveness,Relevancy and Quality ofTraining Programmes• Benchmark TrainingProgrammes againstInternational Best Practices• Training Cum Production(TCP)/Teaching Factory• Short-term and Part-timeCourses• Assist in producing annual training plans systematically and onneeds basis• Ensure training programmes meet the objectives set by theMinistries and Agencies• Improve quality of training management in terms ofdevelopment of training needs analysis, training programmes,delivery and evaluation• Create smart collaboration between training institutes’ expertsand <strong>SME</strong>s by producing a small batch of production• Upgrade and enhance the multitasking capability of industrialworkers and enable them to gain training despite their full timeengagement at workPSMBPSMBJTMJTMJTMc) Promoting Development of <strong>SME</strong>s in K-based IndustriesStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• National Dual TrainingSystem (NDTS)• Produce 16,000 K-Workers in the year 2010 throughknowledge sharing between industries and training institutionsto ensure that the skills are in accordance to the industry’s needDSDMinistry of Human Resources (MOHR)Contact: Aras 6-9, Bl<strong>ok</strong> D3, Parcel DPusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, 62502 PutrajayaTel: 603-8886 5000/5200Fax: 603-8889 2381www.mohr.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


APPENDIX 2146 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of Housing and Local Government (MHLG)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Strengthening Enabling InfrastructureMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Study on Industry Statusand Planting MaterialStandards• Prepare and set standards for quality landscape industryproducts and servicesJLN/Local Authorities/Universities/Other Agencies• Landscape Industrial Village • Strengthen and coordinate the development of the landscapeJLNand Exposition (LIVE)industry through suitable infrastructure facilities• Development BudgetProgramme (BP1)• Provide assistance for Local Authorities to build and upgradebusiness premises to provide opportunity for scattered smallbusinesses to relocate to designated business areasJKT/Local AuthoritiesStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Landscape Industry Carnival • Encourage domestic economic activities to contribute to thecountry's economic developmentJLNMinistry of Housing and Local Government (MHLG)Contact: Aras 3-7, Bl<strong>ok</strong> K, Pusat Bandar DamansaraPeti Surat 12579, 50782 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2094 7033Fax: 603-2094 9720www.kpkt.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10147APPENDIX 2Ministry of Tourism (MOTOUR)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Tourism - Training• Enhance awareness and knowledge of hotel operators toMOTOURProgramme for BudgetHotel Operatorsincrease the quality of their services• Homestay EntrepreneurTraining• Instill entrepreneurship among Homestay operators MOTOURList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of Tourism (MOTOUR)Contact: Menara Dato’ Onn, Pusat Dagangan Dunia Putra45, Jalan Tun Ismail, 50695 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2693 7111Fax: 603-2694 1146www.motour.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


APPENDIX 2148 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI)a) Promoting Development of <strong>SME</strong>s in K-based IndustriesStrategic Thrust: Strengthening Enabling InfrastructureMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Technology Development • Enhance collaboration between universities/research institutesMTDCClusters (TDC)and speed up the commercialisation rate within thecommunities of universities/research institutesStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Biotechnology EntrepreneurProgramme• Nurture and develop bio-entrepreneurs through establishmentof mentoring programme and build capacity of bioentrepreneursthrough workshops, seminars, conferencesand training programmesBiotech Corp.• Commercialisationof R&D Fund (CRDF)• <strong>Malaysia</strong> NuclearTechnopreneur Programme• Leverage on Science, Technology and Innovation (STI)for national development and wealth creation viacommercialisation of products and processes• Develop technopreneurs who are technically advanced andcompetent through transfer of knowledge and technologyMTDCNuclear <strong>Malaysia</strong>• Pre-Commercialisation Fund • Undertake the development of new or cutting edgetechnologies and stimulate the growth and innovation of<strong>Malaysia</strong>n technology-based enterprises by increasing theirR&D and commercialisation• e-Content • Create quality content products for local and global marketsby local companies, and develop resilient and competitivecontent industryMOSTIMOSTI• Technology Acquisition Fund(TAF)• Promote utilisation of foreign technology in the manufacturingsector through physical development of existing andnew products and processes to increase wealth creationand technology content of <strong>Malaysia</strong>n companies whilstenhancing their global competitivenessMTDC• ICT <strong>SME</strong> Development • Develop and grow competitive and sustainable ICT <strong>SME</strong>s MOSTIMinistry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI)Contact: Aras 1-7, Bl<strong>ok</strong> C4 &C5, Kompleks CPusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, 62662 PutrajayaTel: 603-8885 8000Fax: 603-8888 9070www.mosti.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10149APPENDIX 2Ministry of Rural and Regional Development (MRRD)a) Promoting Bumiputera Participation in <strong>SME</strong> SectorStrategic Thrust: Strengthening Enabling InfrastructureMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Provision of Business • Provide business premises to Orang Asli entrepreneurs JHEOAPremises• Breeding and Reproduction • Produce cattle and goat feeders for AET Smallholders forRISDAProgrammefeedlotting purposes• Provision of Business • Provide business premises and factories to create andM<strong>AR</strong>APremisesincrease the number of Bumiputera entrepreneurs• Business Premises/Workshops/FactoriesInfrastructure Programme• Construct business premises with basic facilities for the ruralBumiputera entrepreneurs at affordable ratesMRRDList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010• Commercial Agricultureand Rural Tourism• Increase income of rural community through rural tourism andagriculture activitiesMRRD• Urban Developmentand Growth Center• Provide business infrastructure to rural entrepreneurs KEDA• Business Premisesand Infrastructure• Provide manufacturing premises needs with certified GMPto enhance products by entrepreneursKEJORAStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Kemudahan PengeluaranDan Perintisan (KPP)• Training and AdvisoryProgramme• Promotion and MarketingProgramme• One District One Industry(SDSI)• Training and EntrepreneurGuidance• Assist start-up businesses (apprenticeship) and increaseproduction through financial and advisory assistance• Provide entrepreneurship enhancement, skills and technologycourses to rural entrepreneurs• Increase the involvement of rural entrepreneurs in businessthrough introduction and promotion of rural products• Increase income of rural community through projects involvingrural products/services• Train and facilitate ex-KEMAS skilled trainees and ruralentrepreneurs to venture into businessM<strong>AR</strong>AMRRDMRRDMRRD/MOA/MITIKEMAS• Entrepreneur Guidance • Increase number of Orang Asli entrepreneurs in various fields. JHEOA• Expansion Course • Provide exposure in all aspects such as agriculturetechnology and entrepreneurship to aborigine with existingbusinesses or those who received sponsorship from JHEOAJHEOA


APPENDIX 2150 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of Rural and Regional Development (MRRD)a) Promoting Bumiputera Participation in <strong>SME</strong> SectorStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• SMI Development and • Facilitate the development of existing agriculture-basedFELCRAExpansion Programmeproducts as well as manufacturing and services activitiesamong FELCRA’s entrepreneurs in order to compete andcomply with the local/ global market demand• Entrepreneur TechnicalProgramme (Putek)• Create new entrepreneurs with technical skills and assist inbuilding basic business sites/facilities to enable them tomanage their business independentlyM<strong>AR</strong>A• Furniture TechnologyResources Centre• Manufacturing TechnologyIncubator• Additional EconomicActivities (AET)• Assist furniture entrepreneurs in production, distribution,marketing and product design• Assist entrepreneurs to start manufacturing activities byproviding machinery, materials, start-up capital andinfrastructure financial assistance and supporting unit services• Enable smallholders’ families to obtain an average familyincome of at least RM2,0000 per monthM<strong>AR</strong>AM<strong>AR</strong><strong>AR</strong>ISDA• Entrepreneur Training • Provide exposure, awareness and encouragement forBumiputera to undertake entrepreneurship as a career• Marketing Promotion • Provide grants to improve the products of Bumiputeraentrepreneurs and to undertake promotional and marketexpansion activities• Advisory Scheme • Increase the performance and productivity of <strong>SME</strong>s throughbusiness advisory and consultancyM<strong>AR</strong>AM<strong>AR</strong>AM<strong>AR</strong>AStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Rural Economy AssistanceScheme• Rural Economy FundingScheme (SPED)• M<strong>AR</strong>A Business FinancingScheme• Increase the number of rural entrepreneurs by providing thenecessary production machines and equipment• Provide financial assistance to rural entrepreneurs in themanufacturing, agriculture and rural tourism sectors• Provide loan assistance to Bumiputera entrepreneurs toincrease working capital or business start-upsKEMASMRRDM<strong>AR</strong>AMinistry of Rural and Regional Development (MRRD)Contact: Bl<strong>ok</strong> D9, Kompleks D, Kompleks Kerajaan Persekutuan62606 PutrajayaTel: 603-8886 3500/3700Fax: 603-8889 2104www.rurallink.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10151APPENDIX 2Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Strengthening Enabling InfrastructureMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Publication of <strong>SME</strong>• Disseminate information on <strong>SME</strong> development programmes <strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>Integrated Plan of Action2010which cover the achievement of programmes implemented in2009 and programmes planned for 2010• SCORE • Serve as a tool to assess and rate the competitiveness of <strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong><strong>SME</strong>s based on their performance and capabilitiesStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented ByList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010• Capacity DevelopmentProgramme• System Development andQuality Certification• Enhance and develop capacity of <strong>SME</strong>s human resource inproductivity and quality subject matters• Enhance quality management systems of <strong>SME</strong>s throughquality certification scheme recognised locally andinternationallyMPCMPC• Industry Excellence Award • Assist <strong>SME</strong>s to inculcate the culture of excellence in theiroperationsMPC• Organisational ExcellenceDevelopment Programme:Model Company• Further develop <strong>SME</strong>s for expansion into local and globalmarketsMPC• Best Practices Programme • Identify and share benchmarks and best practices with <strong>SME</strong>s MPC• Strategic Productivity andPerformance MeasurementProgramme• Management InformationSystem and ICT ApplicationProgramme• MATRADE Briefing andConsultation Session• Encourage adoption of best practices among <strong>SME</strong>sthrough benchmarking activities• Enhance application of ICT among <strong>SME</strong>s through continuousimprovement and facilitate them to be more competitive• Cultivate export culture among <strong>SME</strong>s and encourage thoseparticularly outside the Klang Valley to utilise the servicesoffered by MATRADEMPCMPCMATRADE


APPENDIX 2152 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Women Exporters• Provide export assistance programmes for women-ownedMATRADEDevelopment Programme(WEDP)companies• Market Development Grant • Provide assistance for <strong>SME</strong>s to undertake activities forMATRADE(MDG)development of export market• Export Training Programme • Enhance knowledge of <strong>SME</strong>s in export-related areas suchas export regulations, market information, internationalstandards, branding, packaging and trade financingMATRADE• Advertisement, MediaRelations, Printed andElectronic publications• <strong>SME</strong> Expert Advisory Panel(SEAP)• Enterprise 50 AwardProgramme• Disseminate information on MATRADE's assistanceprogrammes for <strong>SME</strong>s to undertake export business throughpublications and exporting guide bo<strong>ok</strong>s• Strengthen technical advisory services to <strong>SME</strong>s throughon-site assistance and encourage transfer of technologyknow how and experience from industry experts• Recognise the achievements of <strong>Malaysia</strong>'s enterprisinghomegrown companies, which are well positionedfor the futureMATRADE<strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong><strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>/Deloitte <strong>Malaysia</strong>Sdn Bhd• Skills Upgrading Programme • Enhance the capacities and capabilities to employees of<strong>SME</strong>s in the technical and managerial levels such as financial,quality management as well as business management<strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>• Industrial LinkageProgramme• Develop linkages between <strong>SME</strong>s, MNCs, GLCs as well aslarge companies<strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>• <strong>SME</strong>-Brand DevelopmentProgramme• Create awareness on branding among <strong>SME</strong>s <strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>• <strong>SME</strong>-University InternshipProgramme• Facilitate and upgrade <strong>SME</strong>s’ knowledge towards improvingthe business processes, productivity and financialperformance, while the students will be further exposed toentrepreneurship<strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>• MAJAICO A-1 • Upgrade the local automotive parts and componentsmanufacturer towards higher value added activities andenhance capacity building through the implementation of theLean Production System (LPS)• <strong>SME</strong> Innovation Showcase • Provide a platform for <strong>SME</strong>s to display products and servicesavailable for outsourcing activities<strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong><strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10153APPENDIX 2Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Capacity Building Fund • Provide assistance for <strong>SME</strong>s to enhance their capacities <strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>for <strong>SME</strong>sand capabilities• Empowering Business • Help <strong>SME</strong>s experience exponential growth by reaching the <strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>Online with eBayglobal market of ready buyers on eBay’s e-commerce platform• Grow Your business usingthe Internet with Google• Enhance knowledge, skills and ability of <strong>SME</strong>s towardsimproving the company’s performance, growth andcompetitiveness by leveraging on online marketing<strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010• Publication of <strong>SME</strong> AnnualReport 2009/10• Disseminate information on <strong>SME</strong> development including thestatus, progress and programmes<strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>• Halal Escalation Programme • Encourage companies producing potential halal products orproviding halal related services to add on halal as a valueproposition into their operationsHDC• Industry linkagedevelopment andinternational collaboration• Facilitate the creation of strategic partnership with globalMNCs within the identified industry clustersHDCStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Soft Loan for <strong>SME</strong>s (SL<strong>SME</strong>) • Assist existing as well as new start-up companies in project,fixed assets and working capital financing<strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>• Soft Loan Scheme forAutomation andModernisation• Soft Loan Scheme forAutomotive Development(SLSAD)• Special Loan Scheme forInternational Branding• Soft loan Scheme forServices CapacityDevelopment (SLSCD)• Public TransportDevelopment Fund (TPPA)• Encourage industries to modernise and automate theirmanufacturing processes and upgrade production capacityand capabilities• Assist the <strong>SME</strong>s in tooling acquisition, development andproduction, productivity improvements and exportenhancement• Provide financing for <strong>SME</strong>s to enhance the competitivenessof <strong>Malaysia</strong>n-made products or services in the internationalmarket• Enhance the business value added, productivity andeffectiveness• Promote the development of public transportation andrelated-industriesMIDFMIDFMIDFMIDF<strong>SME</strong> Bank


APPENDIX 2154 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI)b) Promoting Bumiputera Participation in <strong>SME</strong> SectorStrategic Thrust: Strengthening Enabling InfrastructureMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Factory Assistance Scheme • Provide factory space to be rented to new Bumiputera<strong>SME</strong> Bankentrepreneurs in strategic locations• Collection and Marketing • Assist <strong>SME</strong>s in marketing and distribution as well as productMITICenter for EntrepreneurProduct (4PU)/TradingHousequality enhancementStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Bumiputera ExportersDevelopment Programme(BEDP)• Bumiputera EnterpriseEnhancement Programme(BEEP)• Provide export assistance programmes for Bumiputera<strong>SME</strong>s to develop the necessary skills and knowledge topenetrate or expand their export markets• Develop potential Bumiputera <strong>SME</strong>s through provision ofintegrated assistance packageMATRADE<strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>• Hawkers and Petty TradersEntrepreneurship Training• Education Sector FinancingProgramme• Provide training to hawkers and petty traders MITI• Encourage development of skilled human capital <strong>SME</strong> Bank• Halal AwarenessProgramme (HAP)• Provide knowledge on the fundamentals of halal and itsrequirements including halal certification and halal marketHDC• Groom Big • Enhance and develop the quality of products of Bumiputeraentrepreneurs for domestic and international market• International Trade Fairs • Provide a platform to promote and market export-readyproducts/services in the global market and expand businessnetworking between <strong>SME</strong>s and overseas trade buyers andsuppliersMITIMITI


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10155APPENDIX 2Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI)b) Promoting Bumiputera Participation in <strong>SME</strong> SectorStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Domestic Industry• Provide a platform to promote and market quality localMITIShowcaseproducts/services and expand business networking between<strong>SME</strong>s, local and overseas trade buyers, suppliers, etc• Strategic Collaboration with • Create CSR awareness among GLCs on BumiputeraMITIGLCsentreprenuers• Advertising AssistanceProgramme• Create awareness on the importance of promotion andadvertisingMITIList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Strategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• <strong>SME</strong> Financing Scheme • Provide working capital for Bumiputera entrepreneurs <strong>SME</strong> Bankc) Promoting Development of <strong>SME</strong>s in K-based IndustriesStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• 1-Innovation Certification forEntreprise Rating andTransformation (1-innoCERT)• Identify, foster and support innovative <strong>SME</strong>s and enterprisesto be global innovative and competitive players<strong>SME</strong> Corp. <strong>Malaysia</strong>Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI)Contact: Bl<strong>ok</strong> 10, Kompleks Pejabat-pejabat KerajaanJalan Duta, 50622 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-6203 3022Fax: 603-6203 2337www.miti.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


APPENDIX 2156 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development (MWFCD)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Strengthening Enabling InfrastructureMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Women Entrepreneurship • Eradicate poverty and improve the quality of life for women JPWIncubator (I-KeuNITA)• Women Entrepreneur • Provide exposure to participants on business opportunitiesJPWDevelopment Programme available for women entrepreneurs• Honey Bakers Franchise • Develop women entrepreneurs in the franchise industry JPWDevelopment Programme• Jejari Bestari • Improve the economic status of women in rural area byencouraging them to venture into entrepreneurshipJPW• Karnival Wanita 1<strong>Malaysia</strong>:Jalinan Rakyat• Single Mother Skill Incubator(I-KIT)• Provide a platform especially for women to venture intoentrepreneurship, generate income and gain experience• Eradicate poverty and increase the quality life of singlemothersJPWJPWMinistry of Women, Family and Community Development (MWFCD)Contact: Aras 1-6, Kompleks Pejabat Kerajaan Bukit PerdanaJalan Dato’ Onn, 50515 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2693 0095Fax: 603-2693 4982www.kpwkm.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10157APPENDIX 2Ministry of Industrial Development Sabah (MID Sabah)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Strengthening Enabling InfrastructureMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Sandakan Industrial Estate, • Develop organised industrial facilities for <strong>SME</strong>s MIDPhase III – IKS Zone (<strong>SME</strong>Zone)• Beaufort Industrial EstateStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented ByList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010• EntrepreneurshipDevelopment• EntrepreneurshipDevelopment for SingleMother• Small Projects under SocialDevelopment Programme• Training for Potential andNew Entrepreneurs• Develop competitive and resilient entrepreneurs throughtraining and advisory services• Provide training to single mothers to become entrepreneursas well as to expand existing businesses• Provide small projects to social aid receipients and othertarget groups to develop their entrepreneurship skills andenhance their standard of living• Instill entrepreneurship and impart technical knowledge andskills to potential and new entrepreneursSEDCO/SedcovestHoldings Sdn BhdKPMHEP/JHEWA, SabahJPKA, SabahSEDCO/SedcovestHoldings Sdn Bhd


APPENDIX 2158 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of Industrial Development Sabah (MID Sabah)b) Promoting Bumiputera Participation in <strong>SME</strong> SectorsStrategic Thrust: Strengthening Enabling InfrastructureMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Provision of Business • Provide business premises to increase income of ruralKKLW, SabahPremises for RuralentrepreneursSEDCO/SedcovestEntrepreneursHoldings Sdn Bhd• Provision of Business • Develop Bumiputera Commercial and Industrial CommunitySEDCOPremises for Bumiputera (BCIC) by providing business premises to Bumiputera withEntrepreneursrental rate 30% below the market rateStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Graduate EntrepreneurScheme (SUS) Course• Instill entrepreneurship and enhance business managementknowledge among Bumiputera graduatesMID/SEDCO• Technopreneurs Programme • Promote the development of new products in selectedindustries through transfer of technologyMID/SIRIM BERHADStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Financing Scheme forTechnical School Leaversand Workshop Owners• Financing Scheme for <strong>SME</strong>sto Purchase Machines andEquipment• Sabah BumiputeraEntrepreneur FinancingScheme (SPUBS)• Sabah Woman EntrepreneurFinancing Scheme• Assist technical school leavers and workshop owners topurchase machine and equipment to start business• Assist <strong>SME</strong>s to acquire machines and equipments to improvetheir productivity and product quality• Provide financing facilities to Bumiputera entrepreneurs tostart or expand existing businesses• Provide financing facilities to women entrepreneurs to startor expand existing businessesMID/SEDCOMID/SEDCOMID/SEDCOMID/SEDCOMinistry of Industrial Development Sabah (MID Sabah)Contact: 9-11th Floor, Bl<strong>ok</strong> C, Wisma Tun Fuad Stephens, KaramunsingLocked Bag 2037, Kota Kinabalu, 88622 SabahTel: 6088-255055Fax: 6088-267727www.sabah.gov.my/midwww.smeinfo.com.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10159APPENDIX 2Ministry of Industrial Development Sarawak (MID Sarawak)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Skill Enhancement• Develop new entrepreneur in songket weaving & KeringkamMIDProgramme: TenunanSongket & SulamanKeringkam SarawakMelayu Sarawak• Sarawak Layer Cake • Increase production and export of Sarawak Layer Cake PRB Kuching• Swfitlet Breeding Courses • Develop more entrepreneurs in swiftlet breeding industry PRB Betong• Food ProcessingTechnology Courses• Develop <strong>SME</strong>s in the confectionary industry through trainingand mechanisationMIDList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010• Craft and Metal Based Craftproduct• Conserve the craft and metal based craft technique from“orang ulu” and “Penan” and to promote and market thecraft product globallyMIDStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Small and Medium IndustryFinancing Scheme (SPIKS)• Provide financing support for <strong>SME</strong>s in manufacturing, servicesand ICT sectorMID


APPENDIX 2160 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Ministry of Industrial Development Sarawak (MID Sarawak)b) Promoting Bumiputera Participation in <strong>SME</strong> SectorStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Palm Oil Courses • Provide training to interested participants in the palm oilMPUB Miriindustry• Breeding Courses i.e• Provide training on breeding to interested entrepreneurs. MPUB MiriPrawn, Leech• Training Courses in Servicesi.e Masseur, Hairdressing,Catering• Develop skillful Bumiputera entrepreneurs in the servicesbusinessMPUB Miri• Basic EntrepreneurshipCourses• Manufacturing of FrozenFood Courses• Provide basic entrepreneurship training and exposure topotential entrepreneurs• Develop Bumiputera entrepreneurs in the production offrozen foodMPUB MiriMPUB Miri• Rubber Plantation Courses • To Provide provide training on on rubber rubber plantation to entrepreneurs to MID• Small and MediumEntrepreneur developmentprogramme• Cooperative IntroductionCourses• Co-operative ManagementCourses• Car/Motorcycle RepairCourses• Food Production andProcessing Courses i.eBread, Juice, Seafood• Develop new <strong>SME</strong>s including participants from collegeg raduates• Enhance participants’ knowledge on the benefits ofestablishing co-operatives• Develop entrepreneurs in car/motorcycle repair in theservices industry• Encourage and develop entrepreneurs in food productionand processing industriesUPUBPRB SamarahanPRB BetongPRB Betong• Marketing and Promotion • Provide marketing and product/services promotionopportunity for local entrepreneursMID• Ceramics IndustrialDevelopment Programme(CIDP)• Develop successful and quality Bumiputera entrepreneursvia information distribution, guidance to enhance value andquality and promoting youth participationMIDMinistry of Industrial Development Sarawak (MID Sarawak)Contact: 12th & 13th Floor, Wisma Sumber Alam, Jalan Stadium, Petra JayaLocked Bag 2037, Kuching, 93500 SarawakTel: 6082- 440121/441932Fax: 6082-442955/445337www.mid.sarawak.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10161APPENDIX 2Prime Minister’s Department (JPM)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Strengthening Enabling InfrastructureMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• FELDA Light Industry Centre • Provide business premises that comply with halal and GMPFELDA(PIRF)certification for FELDA’s residents to encourage them todiversify into economic activities that will increase their income• Tunas Mekar • Create new entrepreneurs among young graduates from thesettlers’ family to improve and enhance the economic activityat the scheme and encourage the second generation ofFELDA to live at the schemeFELDAList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010• One Province One Industry(Sawari)• Increase the number and income of food and craft producersthrough provision of business premisesFELDAStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• FELDA EntrepreneurIncentive Scheme (SIUF)• Provide infrastructure and machinery loan to producecompetent entrepreneur and enhance economy developmentin FELDAFELDAPrime Minister’s Department (JPM)Contact: Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan62502 Putrajayawww.jpm.com.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


APPENDIX 2162 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10List of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Bank Negara <strong>Malaysia</strong> (BNM)a) Enhancing Viability of <strong>SME</strong>s across All SectorsStrategic Thrust: Building Capacity and CapabilityMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Outreach and Awareness • Enhance access to financing by <strong>SME</strong>s through outreach andBNMProgrammes for <strong>SME</strong>s andMicro Enterprisesawareness programmes• Advisory Services for <strong>SME</strong>s • Provide information and advisory services to <strong>SME</strong>s onavailable financing products/facilities via the banking systemas well as funds and guarantee schemes provided by theGovernment and BNMBNMStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Fund for Small and MediumIndustries 2 (FSMI2)• Ensure eligible <strong>SME</strong>s have access to financing at areasonable costBNM• Micro Enterprise Fund (MEF) • Provide continuous access to financing for micro enterprises BNMb) Promoting Bumiputera Participation in <strong>SME</strong> SectorStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• Bumiputera EntrepreneurProject Fund-i (BEPF-i)• New Entrepreneur Fund 2(NEF2)• Provide financing to Bumiputera entrepreneurs who obtaincontracts from the Government• Promote the growth of Bumiputera <strong>SME</strong>s by ensuring thatthey have access to financing at reasonable costBNMBNM/participating financialinstitutionsBank Negara <strong>Malaysia</strong> (BNM)Contact: Jalan Dato’ Onn, P.O Box 1092250929 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2698 8044Fax: 603-2691 2990www.bnm.gov.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10163APPENDIX 2Perbadanan Usahawan Nasional Berhad (PUNB)a) Promoting Bumiputera Participation in <strong>SME</strong> SectorStrategic Thrust: Strengthening Enabling InfrastructureMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• PROSPER Property • Purchase retail premises at strategic locations PUNBStrategic Thrust: Enhancing Access to FinancingMajor Programmes Programme Objectives Implemented By• <strong>SME</strong> Scheme • Increase the number and quality of Bumiputera entrepreneursin the manufacturing and services sectorsPUNBList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010Perbadanan Usahawan Nasional Berhad (PUNB)Contact: Tingkat 10, Bl<strong>ok</strong> 1B, Plaza SentralJalan Stesen 5, KL Sentral, 50470 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2785 1515Fax: 603-2780 2100www.punb.com.mywww.smeinfo.com.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10165APPENDIX 1Appendix 3: Glossary167 List of Ministries and Related Agencies182 Organisations/Associations/Institutions182 Funds183 Government Programmes183 Exhibitions184 Other TermsList of <strong>SME</strong> Development Programmes in 2010


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10167APPENDIX 3List of Ministries and Related AgenciesMinistry of Agriculture and Agro-Based IndustryGlossaryRelated Agencies Acronym ContactBank Pertanian <strong>Malaysia</strong> Berhad Agrobank Leboh Pasar Besar, Peti Surat 10815, 50726 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2731 1600 Fax: 603-2691 4908www.agrobank.com.myFederal Agriculture Marketing Authority FAMA Bangunan FAMA Point, Lot 17304 Jalan Persiaran 1Bandar Baru Selayang, 68100 Batu Caves, SelangorTel: 603-6126 2020 Fax: 603-6138 3650/5200www.fama.gov.my<strong>Malaysia</strong>n Agriculture Research andDevelopment InstituteM<strong>AR</strong>DIPeti Surat 12301, Pejabat Besar Pos50774 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-8943 7111 Fax: 603-8948 3664www.mardi.gov.myTabung Ekonomi Kumpulan Usaha Niaga TEKUN No.2, Jalan 4/146, Metro CentreBandar Tasik Selatan, 57000 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-9058 8550/9058 8999Fax: 603-90595777www.tekun.gov.myMuda Agriculture Development Authority MADA Ampang Jajar, 05990, Alor Setar, Kedah Darul AmanTel: 604-7728 255 Fax: 604-7722 667www.mada.gov.myDepartment of Fisheries DOF Wisma Tani, Aras 1 - 6, Bl<strong>ok</strong> Menara 4G2, Presint 4Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, 62628 PutrajayaTel: 603-8870 4000 Fax: 603-8889 2460www.dof.gov.myDepartment of Veterinary Services DVS Wisma Tani, Bl<strong>ok</strong> Podium, Lot 4G1, Presint 4Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, 62630 PutrajayaTel: 603-8870 2000 Fax: 603-8888 6021www.jpvpk.gov.my


APPENDIX 3168 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10GlossaryMinistry of Agriculture and Agro-Based IndustryRelated Agencies Acronym ContactFisheries Development Authority of <strong>Malaysia</strong> LKIM Tingkat 3, Menara Olympia, Jalan Raja ChulanPeti Surat 12630, 50200 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-26177000 Faks: 603-20709331www.lkim.gov.myLembaga Pertubuhan Peladang LPP Lembaga Pertubuhan Peladang, Bl<strong>ok</strong> C UtaraPusat Bandar Damansara, Bukit Damansara50460 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2094 5222 Faks: 603-2095 4239www.lpp.gov.my<strong>Malaysia</strong> Pineapple Industry Board MPIB Wisma Nanas, No. 5, Jalan Padi MahsuriBandar Baru UDA, 81200 Johor Bahru, JohorTel: 607-2361211/012 Fax: 607-2365694www.mpib.gov.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10169APPENDIX 3Ministry of Plantation Industries and CommoditiesGlossaryRelated Agencies Acronym Contact<strong>Malaysia</strong>n Palm Oil Board MPOB 6, Persiaran Institusi, Bandar Baru Bangi43000 Kajang, SelangorP.O. Box 10620, 50720 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-8769 4400 Fax: 603-8925 9446www.mpob.gov.my<strong>Malaysia</strong>n Rubber Board MRB Tingkat 17 & 18, Bangunan Getah Asli (Menara)148 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-9206 2000 Fax: 603-2163 4492www.lgm.gov.my<strong>Malaysia</strong>n Timber Industry Board MTIB Tingkat 13-17, Menara PGRMNo. 8, Jalan Pudu Ulu56100 Cheras, Kuala LumpurTel: 603-9282 2235 Fax: 603-9285 477/1744www.mtib.gov.myNational Kenaf and Tobacco Board LKTN Jalan Sultan Yahya Petra, 16150 Kubang KerianKota Bharu, KelantanTel: 609-765 2933 Fax: 609-764 2248www.ltn.gov.my<strong>Malaysia</strong>n Cocoa Board MCB Tingkat 5 dan 6, Wisma SEDCOPeti Surat 211, 88999 Kota Kinabalu, SabahTel: 6088-234477 Fax: 6088-239575www.k<strong>ok</strong>o.gov.my<strong>Malaysia</strong>n Pepper Board MPB Lot 1115, Jalan Utama, Tanah PutihP.O. Box 1653, 93916 Kuching, SarawakTel: 6082-331811 Fax: 6082-336877www.mpb.gov.my


APPENDIX 3170 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10GlossaryMinistry Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and ConsumerismRelated Agencies Acronym ContactSuruhanjaya Koperasi <strong>Malaysia</strong> SKM Tingkat 5-7, Bl<strong>ok</strong> J, Pusat Bandar Damansara,50608, Kuala LumpurTel: 603-20812400 Fax: 603-20935026www.skm.gov.my<strong>Malaysia</strong>n Franchise Association MFA Tingkat 1 Wisma Motor, 339 Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman50100 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2697 1557 Faks: 603-2697 1559www.mfa.org.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10171APPENDIX 3Ministry of FinanceGlossaryRelated Agencies Acronym Contact<strong>Malaysia</strong> Venture Capital Management Bhd MAVCAP Tingkat 10, Menara Bank Pembangunan1016, Jalan Sultan Ismail 50250 Kuala Lumpur.Tel: 603-2050 3000 Fax: 603-2698 3800www.mavcap.com<strong>Malaysia</strong> Debt Ventures Berhad MDV Tingkat 5, Menara Bank Pembangunan,1016, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2617 2888 Fax: 603-2697 8998www.debtventures.comExport-Import Bank of <strong>Malaysia</strong> Berhad EXIM Tingkat 8, UBN Tower, No. 10, Jalan P. RamleeP.O. Box 13028, 50796 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2034 6666 Fax: 603-2034 6699www.exim.com.myAmanah Ikhtiar <strong>Malaysia</strong> AIM No. 2 & 4, Jalan Medan Setia 2Plaza Damansara, Bukit Damansara50490 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2094 0797 Fax: 603-2095 1889www.aim.gov.myBank Kerjasama Rakyat <strong>Malaysia</strong> Berhad Bank Rakyat Bangunan Bank Rakyat, Jalan Tangsi,Peti Surat 11024, 50732 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-26129600 Fax: 603-26129655www.bankrakyat.com.myPerbadanan Nasional Berhad PNS Aras 9B, Menara Dato OnnPWTC, 45, Jln Tun Ismail 50480 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2698 6670 Fax: 603-2698 6617www.pns.com.my


APPENDIX 3172 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10GlossaryMinistry of FinanceRelated Agencies Acronym ContactBank Pembangunan <strong>Malaysia</strong> Berhad BPMB Menara Bank Pembangunan Bandar WawasanNo.1016, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2611 3888 Fax: 603-2698 5701www.bpmb.com.myBank Simpanan Nasional BSN Wisma BSN, 117, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2162 3222 Fax: 603-2710 7252www.bsn.com.myCradle Fund Sdn Bhd CFSB Suite 4.8.1 Level 4, PNB Darby Park10 Jalan Binjai, 50450 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-21664730 Fax: 603-21664737www.cradle.com.myPenang Development <strong>Corporation</strong> PDC No. 1 Pesiaran Mahsuri, Bandar Bayan Baru11909 Bayan Lepas, PenangTel: 604-6340111 Fax: 604-6432405www.pdc.gov.myPerbadanan Kemajuan Iktisad Negeri Kelantan PKINK Perbadanan Kemajuan Iktisad Negeri KelantanTingkat 4-11, Bangunan PKINK, Jalan Tengku Maharani15710 Kota Bharu, KelantanTel: 609-7414141 Fax: 609-7414140www.pkink.gov.myUDA Holdings Berhad UDA BB Plaza, Lot 111, Jalan Bukit Bintang55100 Kuala Lumpur.Tel: 603-2730/8500 Fax: 603-27138500/8555www.uda.com.myYayasan Pembangunan Ekonomi Islam<strong>Malaysia</strong>YaPEIMNo 52, Bangunan YPEIM, Jalan Kampung AttapBeg Berkunci 11012, 50732 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2273 3170 Fax: 603-2273 316www.yapeim.net.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10173APPENDIX 3Ministry of Human ResourcesGlossaryRelated Agencies Acronym ContactPembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad PSMB Wisma PSMB, Jln Beringin, Damansara Heights50490 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2096 4800 Fax: 603-2096 4999www.hrdf.com.myDepartment of Labour JTM Aras 6, Bl<strong>ok</strong> D4, Kompleks DPusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, 62530 PutrajayaTel: 603-8886 5555 Fax: 603-8889 2417www.jtm@mohr.gov.myDepartment of Skills Development DSD Aras 7 & 8, Bl<strong>ok</strong> D4, Kompleks DPusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, 62530, PutrajayaTel: 603-8886 5000 Fax: 603-8889 2423www.dsd.gov.myMinistry of Housing and Local GovernmentRelated Agencies Acronym ContactJabatan Landskap Negara JLN Tingkat 7, Plaza Permata (IGB),Jalan Kampar off Jalan Tun Razak, 60400 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-4047 0000 Fax: 603-4046 2416www.jlandskap@kpkt.gov.myJabatan Kerajaan Tempatan JKT Aras 4, Bl<strong>ok</strong> KPusat Bandar Damansara, 50782 Kuala Lumpur,Tel: 603-2094 7033 Fax: 603-2094 9720www.kpkt.gov.my


APPENDIX 3174 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10GlossaryMinistry of Science, Technology and InnovationRelated Agencies Acronym ContactMIMOS Berhad MIMOS Technology Park <strong>Malaysia</strong>, 57000 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-8995 5000/5150 Fax: 603-8996 2755www.mimos.myTechnology Park <strong>Malaysia</strong> <strong>Corporation</strong> Sdn.BhdTPMTingkat 5, Enterprise 4, Technology Park <strong>Malaysia</strong>57000 Bukit Jalil, Kuala LumpurStandards and Industrial Research Institute of<strong>Malaysia</strong> BerhadSIRIMBerhadTel: 603-8998 2020 Fax: 603-8998 2110www.tpm.com.myNo. 1, Persiaran Dato’ Menteri, Seksyen 2Peti Surat 7035, 40911 Shah Alam, SelangorTel: 603-55446000 Fax: 603-55108095www.sirim.myMultimedia Development <strong>Corporation</strong> MDeC MSC <strong>Malaysia</strong> Headquarters, Persiaran APEC63000 Cyberjaya, SelangorTel: 1-800-88-8338 Fax: 603-8315 3115www.mdec.my<strong>Malaysia</strong>n Technology Development<strong>Corporation</strong>MTDCLevel 8 - 9, Menara Yayasan Tun Razak,Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur<strong>Malaysia</strong>n Biotechnology <strong>Corporation</strong>BiotechCorp.Tel: 603-2161 2000 Fax: 603-2163 7542www.mtdc.com.myCorporate Office, Level 23, Menara Atlan,161B Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2116 5588 Fax: 603-2116 5411www.biotechcorp.com.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10175APPENDIX 3Ministry of Science, Technology and InnovationGlossaryRelated Agencies Acronym Contact<strong>Malaysia</strong> Industry-Government Group for HighTechnologyMIGHT Bl<strong>ok</strong> 3517, Jalan Tekn<strong>ok</strong>rat 563000 Cyberjaya, Selangor<strong>Malaysia</strong>n Science and TechnologyInformation CentreMASTICTel: 603-8315 7888 Fax: 603-8888 8232www.might.org.myLevel 4 Block C5, Complex CFederal Government Administrative Centre62662 PutrajayaTel: 603-8885 8038 Fax: 603-8889 2980www.mastic.gov.myNuclear <strong>Malaysia</strong> NUKLE<strong>AR</strong> Bl<strong>ok</strong> Teknologi Bahan, Komplek PUSPATI, BangiAgensi Nuklear <strong>Malaysia</strong>, 43000 Kajang, SelangorTel: 603-8925 0510 Fax: 603-8925 0907www.nuclearmalaysia.gov.my


APPENDIX 3176 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10GlossaryMinistry of Rural and Regional DevelopmentRelated Agencies Acronym ContactFederal Land Consolidation and RehabilitationAuthorityFELCRAWisma Felcra, Lot 4780, Jalan Rejang, Setapak JayaPeti Surat 12254, 50772 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-4143 3646 Fax: 603-4142 8162www.felcra.com.myCentral Terengganu Development Authority KETENGAH Karung Berkunci, No. 3, Bandar Al-Muktafi Billah Shah23409 Dungun, TerengganuTel: 609-8223 100/101/102 Fax: 609-8223 104/105/106www.ketengah.gov.myKedah Development Authority KEDA Bangunan Tunku, Jalan Tunku IbrahimPeti Surat 195, 05720 Alor Setar, Kedah Darul AmanTel: 604-7205 300/7205 301 Fax: 604-7340 958www.keda.gov.mySouth Kelantan Development Authority KESED<strong>AR</strong> Bandar Gua Musang, 18300 Gua MusangKelantan Darul NaimTel: 609-9121 900 Fax: 609-9121 211www.kesedar.gov.mySouth East Johor Development <strong>Corporation</strong> KEJORA Bangunan Ibu Pejabat KEJORAJalan Dato’ Hj. Hassan Yunus81930 Bandar Penawar, JohorTel: 607-8843 000 Fax: 607-8221 600www.kejora.gov.myRubber Industry Smallholders DevelopmentAuthorityRISDA KM 7, Jalan Ampang, Karung Berkunci 1106750990 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-4256 4022 Fax: 603-4257 6726www.risda.gov.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10177APPENDIX 3Ministry of Rural and Regional DevelopmentGlossaryRelated Agencies Acronym ContactMajlis Amanah Rakyat M<strong>AR</strong>A Tingkat 26, Ibu Pejabat M<strong>AR</strong>AJalan Raja Laut, 50609 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2691 5111/1315/3301/1111Fax: 603-2691 5543www.mara.gov.myJabatan Kemajuan Masyarakat KEMAS Tingkat 2 - 3, Bl<strong>ok</strong> 1, Menara PJHPresint 2, 62100 PutrajayaTel: 603-8889 7400 Fax: 603-8888 6457www.kemas.gov.myDepartment of Orang Asli Affairs JHEOA Tingkat 10,20 & 20 M, Bl<strong>ok</strong> BaratWisma Selangor DredgingJalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2161 0577 Fax: 603-2162 1470www.jheoa.gov.my


APPENDIX 3178 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10GlossaryMinistry of International Trade and IndustryRelated Agencies Acronym Contact<strong>SME</strong> <strong>Corporation</strong> <strong>Malaysia</strong><strong>SME</strong> Corp.<strong>Malaysia</strong>Level 20, West Wing, Menara MATRADEJalan Khidmat Usaha, Off Jalan Duta 50480 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-6207 6000 Fax: 603-6201 6564www.smecorp.gov.my<strong>Malaysia</strong> Productivity <strong>Corporation</strong> MPC Lorong Produktiviti, Off Jalan Sultan46904 Petaling Jaya, SelangorTel: 603-7955 7266 Fax: 603-7957 8068www.mpc.gov.my<strong>Malaysia</strong>n Industrial Development Authority MIDA Bl<strong>ok</strong> 4, Plaza Sentral, Jalan StesenSentral 5, Kuala Lumpur Sentral50470 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2267 3633 Fax: 603-2274 7970www.mida.gov.my<strong>Malaysia</strong> External Trade Development<strong>Corporation</strong>MATRADEMenara MATRADE, Jalan Khidmat UsahaOff Jalan Duta, 50480 Kuala Lumpur<strong>Malaysia</strong>n Industrial Development FinanceBhdMIDFTel: 603-6207 7077 Fax: 603-6203 7037www.matrade.gov.myLevel 19, Menara MIDF, 82, Jalan Raja Chulan50200 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2173 8888 Fax: 603-2173 8877www.midf.com.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10179APPENDIX 3Ministry of International Trade and IndustryGlossaryRelated Agencies Acronym Contact<strong>SME</strong> Bank Berhad <strong>SME</strong> Bank Menara <strong>SME</strong> Bank, Jalan Sultan IsmailPeti Surat 12352, 50774 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2615 2020/2828Fax: 603-2692 8520/2698 1748www.smebank.com.myNational Institute for Entrepreneurship INSKEN Bahagian Pembangunan Keusahawanan (BPU)Aras 2-C2 & Aras 3-C2, Bl<strong>ok</strong> Menara, Menara UsahawanNo 18, Persiaran Perdana, Presint 2, 62652 PutrajayaTel: 603-8880 5005 Fax: 603-8880 5152/5199www.insken.gov.myHalal Industry Development <strong>Corporation</strong> HDC 5.02, Level 5, KPMG Tower, First Avenue,Persiaran Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, SelangorTel: 603-7965 5555 Fax: 603-7965 5500www.hdcglobal.com.myMinistry of Women, Family and Community DevelopmentRelated Agencies Acronym ContactWomen Development Department JPW Aras 25 dan 26, Menara Tun Ismail Mohamed AliJalan Raja Laut, 50582 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2697 1080 Fax: 603-2693 4740www.jpw.gov.my


APPENDIX 3180 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10GlossaryMinistry of Industrial Development SabahRelated Agencies Acronym ContactSabah Economic Development <strong>Corporation</strong> SEDCO Tingkat 8, 9 & 10, Lorong Wawasan PlazaOff Coastal HighwayP.O. Box 12159, 88823 Kota Kinabalu, SabahTel: 6088-266 777 Fax: 6088-219 263www.sedco.com.mySabah Women Affairs Department JHEWA Tingkat 3 & 4, Bangunan Wisma WanitaBeg Berkunci 2082, 88999 Kota Kinabalu, SabahTel: 6088-236 110 Fax: 6088-236 125www.wanita.sabah.gov.mySabah General Welfare Services Department JPKA Wisma Kebajikan, Jalan Sembulan,88999 Kota Kinabalu, SabahTel: 6088-255 133/134 Fax: 6088-224 983www.sabah.gov.my/jpkaMinistry of Industrial Development SarawakRelated Agencies Acronym ContactDepartment of Agriculture, Sarawak DOA Level 17, Menara Pelita, Jalan Tun Abdul Rahman Yaakob,Petra Jaya, 93050 Kuching, SarawakTel: 6082-441 000 Fax: 6082-447 821www.doa.sarawak.gov.myBumiputera Entrepreneur DevelopmentCouncilMPUB (Miri)Sublot 4-12 & 13, Tingkat 3, DUBS Commercial CentreLot 376, Section 54, Jalan Petanak, 93100 KuchingSarawakTel: 6082-233 133/243 991 Faks: 6082-412 731/423 134Bumiputera Entrepreneur Development Unit UPUB Tingkat 12, Wisma Bapa <strong>Malaysia</strong>Petrajaya Kuching, 93050 SarawakTel: 6082-492 449/447 Faks: 6082-449 079/081www.usahawan-sarawak.gov.my


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10181APPENDIX 3Ministry of Industrial Development SarawakGlossaryRelated Agencies Acronym ContactPejabat Residen Bahagian SamarahanPRBSamarahanJalan Datuk Mohd. Musa94300 Kota Samarahan, SarawakPejabat Residen Bahagian BetongPRBBetongTel: 6082-671 205 Fax: 6082-671 289www.samarahanro.sarawak.gov.myTingkat 2-3, Bl<strong>ok</strong> MenaraKompleks Pejabat Kerajaan Negeri Bahagian BetongKawasan Bandar Baru, Jalan Spine95700 Betong, SarawakPejabat Residen Bahagian KuchingPRBKuchingTel: 6083-472 866/766 Fax: 6083-472 966www.betongro.sarawak.gov.myJalan Diplomatik, Off Jalan Bako,Petra Jaya, 93050 Kuching, SarawakTel: 6082-319 700/800 Fax: 6082-319 711/716www.kucingro.sarawak.gov.myPrime Minister’s DepartmentRelated Agencies Acronym ContactFederal Land Development Authority FELDA Wisma FELDA, Jalan Perumahan Gurney54000 Kuala LumpurTel: 603-2693 5066 Fax: 603-2692 0087www.felda.gov.my


APPENDIX 3182 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10GlossaryOrganisations/Associations/InstitutionsFundsNameAcronymNameAcronymNational <strong>SME</strong> Development CouncilNSDCSmall Debt Resolution SchemeSDRS<strong>Malaysia</strong> Japan Automotive IndustryCooperationMAJAICOSpecial Fund for TourismMicro Enterprise FundSFTMEF<strong>Malaysia</strong>-Japan Economic PartnershipAgreementLim K<strong>ok</strong> Wing University of CreativeTechnologyConsultative Group to Assist the PoorSyarikat Jaminan PembiayaanPerniagaan BerhadMJEPALUCTCGAPSJPPWorking Capital Guarantee Scheme<strong>SME</strong> Assistance Guarantee SchemeIndustry Restructuring Financing GuaranteeSchemeTabung Projek Usahawan BumiputeraMicro Enterprise FundWCGS<strong>SME</strong> AGSIRFGSTPUB-iMEFPr<strong>ok</strong>has Sdn BhdPr<strong>ok</strong>hasSoft Loan Scheme for <strong>SME</strong>sSL<strong>SME</strong>ERF Sdn BhdERFNew Entrepreneur Fund 2NEF2<strong>Malaysia</strong> International IslamicFinancial CentreMIFCCreative Industry FundGreen Technology Financing SchemeCIFGTFSAssociation of Banks in <strong>Malaysia</strong>ABMCommercialisation of R&D FundCRDFDepartment of Statistics <strong>Malaysia</strong>DO<strong>SME</strong>XIM Overseas Guarantee FacilityEOGFAsian Development BankADBPublic Transport Development FundTPPAOrganisation for Economic Co-operationand DevelopmentOECDFederation of <strong>Malaysia</strong>n ManufacturersFMMJapan Bank for International CooperationJBICBumiputera Commercial and IndustrialCommunityBCICCompanies Commission of <strong>Malaysia</strong>SSMSkills Development CentresSDCsProfessional Training ProvidersPTPsJabatan Kemajuan Islam <strong>Malaysia</strong>JAKIMUniversiti Kuala LumpurUniKL


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10183APPENDIX 3Government ProgrammesGlossaryNameAcronymNameAcronymTabung Ekonomi Kumpulan Usaha NiagaTEKUNProduk <strong>Malaysia</strong> Citarasa KitaPMCKProjek Usahawan Bumiputera Dalam SektorPeruncitanIndustrial Linkage ProgrammePROSPERILPTechnical Entrepreneur Programme1 Innovation Certification for Enterpriseand TransformationPutek1-InnoCERTRural Economy Funding SchemeSPEDNational Dual Training SystemNDTSBumiputera Enterprise EnhancementProgramme<strong>SME</strong> Competitive Rating for EnhancementTunjuk Nasihat SawitTaste of <strong>Malaysia</strong>BEEPSCORETUNASTOMHalal Awareness ProgrammeHalal Professional Programme<strong>SME</strong> Experts Advisory PanelMicroenterprise Competitive Rating forEnhancementHAPHPPSEAPM-COREProgram Pembangunan Usahawan POSMini Luar BandarPUMLBSabah Bumiputera Entrepreneur FinancingSchemeSPUBSCollection and Marketing Centre forEntrepreneur Product4PUSoft Loan Scheme for Services CapacityDevelopmentSLSCDAdditional Economic ActivitiesAETSkim Insentif Usahawan FeldaSIUFSkim Bantuan LatihanSkim Bantuan Latihan KhasSBLSBL KhasSmall and Medium Industry FinancingSchemeSPIKSProgram Boleh LulusPROLUSPerjanjian LatihanPERLA<strong>Malaysia</strong> Welcomes the WorldTrain the TrainerMWWTTTExhibitionsNameAcronymEvaluation-on-Effectiveness of TrainingProgrammeEETOne District One Industry ShowcaseSDSIShowcasePetronas Vendor Development ProgrammeVDPSMIDEX ShowcaseSMIDEX


APPENDIX 3184 National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council <strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10GlossaryOther TermsNameAcronymNameAcronymSmall and Medium Enterprise<strong>SME</strong>Goods and Services TaxGSTGross Domestic ProductGDPResearch and DevelopmentR&DGross National IncomeGNINational Key Economic AreasNKEAsConsumer Price IndexProducer Price IndexForeign Direct InvestmentOvernight Policy RateCompounded Annual Growth RateNinth <strong>Malaysia</strong> PlanTenth <strong>Malaysia</strong> PlanThird Industrial Master PlanNew Economic Model<strong>SME</strong> Integrated Plan of ActionImpact Analysis Framework on <strong>SME</strong>ProgrammesElectrical and ElectronicsInformation and Communication TechnologyFood and BeveragesScience, Technology and InnovationManufacturing Related ServicesGood Manufacturing PracticesLifestyle AssessmentDo-it-YourselfCPIPPIFDIOPRCAGR9MP10MPIMP3NEM<strong>SME</strong>IPAIAFSPE&EICTF&BSTIMRSGMPLCADIYBumiputera Commercial and IndustrialBCICCommunityLean Production SystemLPSEnrichment and Enhancement E²One Referral CentreORCBanking InstitutionsBIsDevelopment Financial InstitutionsDFIsNon-Performing LoanNPLNon-Performing FinancingNPFMeetings, Incentives, ConferencesMICEand ExhibitionsShared services and outsourcingSSOMultinational <strong>Corporation</strong>MNCLiquefied Natural GasLNGYear-on-YearYOY<strong>Malaysia</strong> Corporate IdentityMyCOIDHazard Analysis and Critical Control Point HACCPBranding Innovation CentreBICIntegrated Contact CentreICCOriginal Design ManufacturerODM


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10Appendix 4: Definition of <strong>SME</strong>s187CHAPTER APPENDIX 1 2 List The of <strong>Malaysia</strong>n Ministries Economy and Related Agencies191 Definition of K-Based <strong>SME</strong>s


National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10189CHAPTER APPENDIX 1 4Definition of <strong>SME</strong>sThe definition of <strong>SME</strong>s is based on two criteria:• The total sales turnover/revenue by a business in a year; OR• The number of full-time employees by a business.Definition of <strong>SME</strong>sGenerally <strong>SME</strong>s in <strong>Malaysia</strong> are defined as follows:• Manufacturing sector: Sales turnover of less than RM25 million OR full-time employee of less than 150• Services and other sectors: Sales turnover of less than RM5 million OR full time employee of less than 50Detailed definition by the three category namely Micro, Small and Medium are as follows:Annual Sales Turnover:SizeManufacturing(including agro-based) &manufacturing-related servicesPrimary AgricultureServices Sector(including ICT)Micro Less than RM250,000 Less than RM200,000 Less than RM200,000SmallFrom RM250,000 toless than RM10 millionFrom RM200,000to less than RM1 millionFrom RM200,000to less than RM1 millionMediumFrom RM10 millionto less than RM25 millionFrom RM1 millionto less than RM5 millionFrom RM1 millionto less than RM5 millionNumber of Full-Time Employees:SizeManufacturing(including agro-based) &manufacturing-related servicesPrimary AgricultureServices Sector(including ICT)Micro Less than 5 employees Less than 5 employees Less than 5 employeesSmallFrom 5 to less than50 employeesFrom 5 to less than20 employeesFrom 5 to less than20 employeesMediumFrom 50 to less than150 employeesFrom 20 to less than50 employeesFrom 20 to less than50 employees


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National <strong>SME</strong> Development Council<strong>SME</strong> ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10191CHAPTER APPENDIX 1 4Definition of K-Based <strong>SME</strong>sNational <strong>SME</strong> Development Council defined K-Based <strong>SME</strong>s as follows:Definition<strong>SME</strong>s, including consultancy firms, that have knowledge workersmaking up more than 20% of their staff. Knowledge workers mustpossess at least tertiary or professional education;Definition of K-Based <strong>SME</strong>sK-Based <strong>SME</strong>s<strong>SME</strong>s that directly use ICT and technology in business processes orfor product improvements;<strong>SME</strong>s that adopt innovation and R&D in business processes or forproduct improvements; or<strong>SME</strong>s that provide systematic training and learning of technical skillsto their employees.

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