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LOVE FOR THE MUM ENTREPRENEURS ON MOTHER’S DAY
one of the world’s largest and fastest growing classified apps, recently
collaborated with Samaritan Women, an empowerment group for mothers and single
mums, to promote and help mothers in need to be financially independent.
being entrepreneurs, their added responsibility as mothers poses a larger
challenge. As a mumpreneur, success means being the best mum for your kids and
living your dreams while at it. That’s a tough job, but they embrace it,” said
Tang Siew Wai, Country Head, Carousell Malaysia.
will be listing items and services sold by the entrepreneurs of Samaritan Women
in conjunction with Mother’s Day on 13 May 2018,” he added.
Lian Chea, 35, Founder of Samaritan Women
Noelle Nah Lian Chea
was a single mother for seven years before I remarried. It was tough as I had
to raise two children. It took me a while before I could find my feet again to
be independent because I understand that my children are my priority and I will
need to raise them well regardless of the condition”, said Noelle Nah Lian
Chia, 33, Founder of Samaritan Women.
a single mother is a challenging task which is why Ms Nah decided to establish
Samaritan Women. They help those in need and to ease their burden by providing
consultation services and skills training. Since its establishment three years
ago, the community has grown and now reaches out to all the mothers in need,
regardless of race and background.
Ms Nah hopes that no mothers will have to endure through hardship, she urges
Malaysian mothers looking to establish themselves in business to approach them
should they require their assistance through their new Carousell page.
also hope that more individuals and organisations would play a part in
improving the conditions of single mothers in Malaysia,” she added.
is also an emcee that provides services for events.
Yvez Koay Poh Ping, 34,
Committee Member of Samaritan Women
Yvez Koay Poh Ping
my children alone made me realise that it does take a whole village to raise a
child. It is mentally and physically challenging especially for single mothers
that have to juggle their career and children. I was lucky to be given an
opportunity to start my own printing business with the help of others, but not
everyone can be as fortunate as I am.”
takes time recalibrate during the process as a single mother, and we hope that
our experiences will help other mothers to transit as smoothly as possible.
Carousell’s involvement in the community is a role model to all organisations
on how they can support single parents in need, and we hope that more people
can step forward to show their support.”
Evanne Yong Mei Yin, 43,
Committee Member of Samaritan Women
Evanne Yong Mei Yin
are many reasons on how a person would become a single parent. The deceased of
a loved one or an incompatible partner could be part of the many reasons. I
became a widow and had to raise two children on my own. One of my children is a
special child that requires attention at all times and that restricted my
ability to earn and support my family. Therefore, I could only limit myself to
jobs that do not require ample of time or work that can be completed from
knew I had to stay strong for my children. I became an insurance agent, a
beauty consultant and a beauty product distributor on Carousell and other
social media platforms. Carousell made selling as easy as taking a photo and
buying as easy as chatting, all in less than 30 seconds. Becoming a single
motheris a stressful and exhausting
journey, but I managed to endure through the process.”
is why I have dedicated myself to contribute to the Samaritan Women. Many
mothers I knew have pondered the same fate as I do and I would like to tell
them that regardless of the situation we face, our children will always be our
top priority, and I would like to help them through their journey.”
Carousell Training with Samaritan Women
Malaysia conducting a training recently for the committee members of Samaritan
Women to fully utilise the marketplace application
Carousell is a classifieds marketplace that
makes selling as easy as taking a photo, buying as simple as chatting. Launched
in August 2012, Carousell began in Singapore and now has a presence in seven
markets across Asia. With over 144 million listings, we are one of the world’s
largest and fastest growing marketplaces in Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Hong
Kong, and is backed by Rakuten Ventures, Sequoia India, 500 Startups, Golden
Gate Ventures. The Carousell marketplace has a diverse range of products across
a variety of categories, including cars, lifestyle, gadgets and fashion
accessories. Download the app for iOS or Android, and visit www.carousell.com for more information.
Smart City Innovations During Demo Day A
certification solution to prevent counterfeit products, a platform enabling
easier mortgage loan applications, a management system for co-working spaces, a
fitness device that helps users improve balance and core muscles, and a
platform that allows users the convenience of booking parking spots using their
smartphones. All of these solutions have one thing in common – plugging in for
five intensive months to the Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator (CLLA) Programme.
These five startups showcased their ideas and pitched their business
offerings to a group of ecosystem partners, venture capitalists, corporate
partners, and investors at the CLLA Demo Day. These startups, which consisted
of FinTech and IoT solutions providers demonstrated the workings of their ideas
and innovations as well as pitched their business models to propel their
offerings towards commercialisation. “This latest cohort of the CLLA Programme is proof that there is a
Drypers, Malaysia’s leading diaper brand under SCA Hygiene Malaysia Sdn
Bhd (Vinda Group), has released a limited edition range of diapers and
collectibles that feature designs of the popular South Korean animated children’s
TV series, Robocar Poli. Drypers announced the collaboration during a launch
event held at the Club @ Bukit Utama today.
The theme for this collaboration is “Balik Kampung bersama
Drypers & Robocar Poli” as the campaign period coincides with this year’s
Ramadan and Hari Raya season.Drypers road safety advice displays
have been placed in more than 750 retail outlets nationwide and at selected highway R&R stops. Road
safety messages have also been included on Drypers product packaging. “Robocar Poli is a favourite among little ones and apart from the fact
it has vibrant animations and adorable characters, the series also inspires
children to practicesafety in a variety of
situations, particularly road safety. That is something that really inspired us
Signature HealthLand Wellness Center,
held its official grand opening launch at Sunway Pyramid on Tuesday. Present at
the event were 150 invited guests including the Deputy Minister of Tourism and
Culture of Malaysia, along with representatives from Sunway Group, Federal Police
Force, Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya and local media.
Hailed as Malaysia’s largest family
wellness center yet, at full capacity this 18,000 square feet behemoth can
serve up to 110 customers at any one
time, including full body Thai treatments and foot reflexology. Present at the launch was Deputy Minister
of Tourism and Culture of Malaysia, Y.B. Dato’ Mas Ermieyati Binti Samsudin,
who commented, “The spa and wellness industry in Malaysia has the potential to
be one of the major contributors to drive the country's revenue through
cooperation with the tourism sector. We are pleased that HealthLand, with the
opening of its 18th outlet, is in line with our vision to double the efforts in
development of the spa …