Global Entrepreneurship Week is around the corner and officially takes place globally from November 16 – 22 and aims to unleash young people's ideas around the issues that matter most to local society, from how to deal with the economic downturn, poverty reduction to climate change, as well as fostering an innovative and enterprising culture amongst young Malaysians of which in turn will become the drivers of economic and social prosperity.
Dash, CEO of Warisan Global the appointed host for GEW Malaysia said, “In Malaysia alone, GEW 2009 has about 160 partners organizing close to 500 activities nationwide. LTT Global has been a great partner supporting GEW. In 2008 they made GoMobile a GEW activity thus making it one of the largest GEW event in 2008 and in 2009 they are kicking of key activities that will impact youth. We are proud to be associated with LTT Global. As Mobile Catalyst, LTT Global is well positioned to impact the lives of many young Mobilepreneurs with their innovative entrepreneurial spirit, he added”.
“Our partner company Global Mobile Soft (GMS) in partnership with Netlink and Zertopia is extremely proud to announce the launch of mLobby, an innovative QR coded mobile marketing application site", said Wemel Cumavoo, CEO, LTT Global.
"Our other activities as a mobile catalyst for Global Entrepreneur Week 2009 includes a Mobile Content Dialogue organized together with MSC Malaysia, celebrating the Mobile Industry’s Group’s 1st Anniversary, having mobile talk at the Technopreneur Open Day hosted by MAD Incubator and capturing 1Malaysia on mobile a collaboration with Live and Inspire. Our supporting organizations include MSC Malaysia, Mobile World, MoneyTree, Youth Entrepreneurs Malaysia (YEM), Live & Inspire, Mobile Applications Developers (MAD) Incubator, Mobile Monday Malaysia and Mobile Industry Group (MOBIG)", added Wemel.
He said, “Going green doesn't mean going crazy or huge expenses. We will show you how you can save money! Every small little step you take to go green will save you money! Our Go Green initiative is to help the world go green in our own way. Launched today mLobby enables companies or professionals or individuals to present their corporate or individual details on the visiting card in a bar-coded format printed. Using a camera-phone and barcode scanner (freely downloadable), the barcode will display the details on the phone and automatically takes the reader to the site mLobby where the entire details about the company or the individuals can be read from mobile phone device".
"mLobby contributes to going paperless, saving the cost, and at the same provides a significant edge in a competitive business world. We thrive on refining the known and pioneering the unknown", said Sriraam, Director, Global Mobile Soft.
About LTT Global Communications Sdn Bhd
LTT Global are among the initiators and pioneers of mobile learning globally. We have been participating, understanding, tracking, creating awareness using revolutionary mobile technology acclaimed for its speed, power and effectiveness to deliver education to the masses in an innovative way making learning fun, accessible and affordable. LTT Global is proud of its new partnership intended to boost Malaysian mobile content development, formed with the government agency Cradle Fund. We provide a broad range of consultancy services to our clients. LTT Global looks forward to work with organisations wishing to put their learning on the mobile platform putting into practice tools, applications and resources to support anywhere, anytime learning for their end-users.
Its partnership companies include:
1. CommTechAsia Sdn Bhd organizer of GoMobile; Malaysia’s Ultimate Mobile Lifestyle Event
2. Global Mobile Soft provider of mobile applications and solutions for digital content be it graphic, text or image to become mobile compliant to suit most phones screens.
LTT Global is the founder and Secretariat of the Asia Pacific Mobile Learning & Edutainment Advisory Panel (APACMLEAP) which was set up in 2007. As a secretariat we aim to steer and promote the development of mobile learning in the region, to establish a forum and networking platform for discussion and dissemination on all aspects of Mobile Learning, including research, policy, implementation issues and impact on the government organizations and the society as a whole.
LTT Global is also the Secretariat for MOBIG (Mobile Industry Group) formed in 2008. MOBIG, is a platform for content owners, mobile service providers, technologists, vendors and strategic partners. As a SIG it will help enable urban business synergies and development in the mobile market through networking, education and creating awareness among the community and the investment community on the emerging technology, trends and evolving economics in the mobile eco system.
About Malaysian Country Host for GEW: Warisan Global Sdn Bhd
Warisan Global Sdn. Bhd. (WG) is honoured to be entrusted the privilege of being the COUNTRY HOST organization for “THE WEEK” in Malaysia by the Kaufmann Foundation and Make Your Mark, UK. A Malaysian company founded in 1999 by an entrepreneur, WG is a “for‐profit social venture”. The company has grown from a three‐person organization to a team of more than 40 people today.
As a “For‐Profit” company, WG works with its clients to design, develop and deliver projects that advance the spirit of the enterprise and that have a social focus. As a “Social Venture,” WG brings its sharp entrepreneurial skills and project management skills to bear on projects that directly benefit the community. The communities WG strives to benefit through their business model are young children, youth, marginalized communities and under‐served communities in rural areas.
To this end, WG works with organizations both locally and internationally to bring the best solutions and results to the people and the clients they serve. Some of the organizations WG works with are:
• The Ministry of Energy Water & Communications, Malaysia for the creation of Social Entrepreneur skills in rural Malaysia;
• Telecentre.org (a global organization that promotes grassroots entrepreneurship) for the creation of sustainable telecentres in Malaysia;
• The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning, Judge Business School, Cambridge University to deliver specialized entrepreneurship programs.
WG’s clients include government and large organizations that are working towards a more equitable society. WG has also worked on projects that promote awareness of Climate Change.