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DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR SMEs BY : MASLINDA ZULKIFLY LEGEND HOTEL, KUALA LUMPUR 30 JULY 2008.

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1 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR SMEs BY : MASLINDA ZULKIFLY LEGEND HOTEL, KUALA LUMPUR 30 JULY 2008

2 ABOUT SMIDEC

3 Established under the Parliamentary Act, 539 on 2 nd May 1996 An agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry Focal point for the overall development of SMEs in the country Provides capacity building programmes and assistance through fiscal and non-fiscal incentives SMIDEC

4 To be the leading organisation in developing SMEs that contribute to the economic growth and enhancement of Malaysias competitiveness VISION

5 To transform SMEs to be vibrant, competitive and resilient and to be fully integrated into the manufacturing and services sectors MISSION

6 FUNCTIONS Promote, coordinate and implement programmes for the development of SMEs Forge industrial linkages between SMEs and large companies/multinational corporations (MNCs) Implement, coordinate and monitor financial assistance schemes Provide technical and advisory support services Collaborate with other local and international SME- related agencies

7 PROFILE OF SMEs

8 DEFINITION OF SMEs Services, Primary Agriculture, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Annual sales turnover < RM5 million OR Full time employees < 50 Manufacturing, Manufacturing Related Services and Agro - based Industry Annual sales turnover < RM25 million OR Full time employees <150

9 CATEGORYMICROSMALLMEDIUM Manufacturing, Manufacturing- related services & Agro-based Industries sales turnover < RM250,000 OR full time employees < 5 RM250,000 > sales turnover < RM10 mil. OR 5 > full time employees < 50 RM10 mil. > sales turnover < RM25 mil. OR 51 > full time employees < 150 Services, Primary Agriculture and Information & Communication Technology (ICT) sales turnover < RM200,000 OR full time employees < 5 RM200,000 > sales turnover < RM1 mil. OR 5 > full time employees < 19 RM1 mil. > sales turnover < RM5 mil. OR 20 > full time employees < 50 DEFINITION OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM

10 435,324 (78.7%) 100,333 (18.2%) 12,610 (2.3%) 4,537 (0.8%) Source: Census of Establishments & Enterprises 2005 – Profile of SMEs Total establishments = 552,804 No. of SMEs = 548,267 (99.2%) TOTAL ESTABLISHMENTS BY SIZE TOTAL ESTABLISHMENTS BY SIZE MICRO SMALL MEDIUM LARGE

11 Services (86.6 %) Agriculture (6.2 %) Manufacturing (7.2 %) Source: Census of Establishments & Enterprises 2005 – Profile of SMEs DISTRIBUTION OF SMEs BY SECTOR DISTRIBUTION OF SMEs BY SECTOR

12 (%) Source: National SME Development Blueprint CONTRIBUTION OF SMEs TO GDP CONTRIBUTION OF SMEs TO GDP

13 (%) Source: National SME Development Blueprint CONTRIBUTION OF SMEs TO EMPLOYMENT CONTRIBUTION OF SMEs TO EMPLOYMENT

14 SUPPORT FOR SMEs

15 SUPPORT FOR SMEs SUPPORT FOR SMEs SME Development Programmes Incentives and Financial Assistance Programmes

16 SME DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

17 SME EXPERT ADVISORY PANEL (SEAP) ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME SME DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION OUTREACH PROGRAMMES SKILLS UPGRADING BRAND SME DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

18 CAPACITY BUILDING Quality Control and Improvement of Standard Waste Reduction Inventory Management Control and Improvement Reduction in rejection rate during production Technology Transfer of Mould & Die Technical Assistance Malaysia-Japan Industrial Cooperation (MAJAICO) Initiated under Malaysia-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (MJEPA) 5-year project ( ) Improve productivity through Lean Production System 150 projects to benefit from the Programme Malaysia-Japan Industrial Cooperation (MAJAICO) Initiated under Malaysia-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (MJEPA) 5-year project ( ) Improve productivity through Lean Production System 150 projects to benefit from the Programme ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME FOR SME s - AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME FOR SME s - AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR Identify Sector & SCORE Current On-Going Programme SMEs

19 improvement in productivity from 30% to 200%; reduction in unscheduled machine & tooling downtime from 4 days to 2 days; reduction in rejection rate from 5% to 2 %; reduce stock inventory by 17% - improvement in space utilisation and housekeeping; create opportunity for employees to contribute and make improvement in their working areas on a regular basis; and potential to penetrate into the international market. ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME FOR SME s - AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR …contd ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME FOR SME s - AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR …contd Benefits gained by companies under MAJAICO Programme

20 SMEs 53 industry experts Visit, Diagnose & Recommend SME EXPERT ADVISORY PANEL (SEAP) SME EXPERT ADVISORY PANEL (SEAP) Improvements Packaging & Labeling Production capabilities n Compliance to Standards/ Certification Lean Production System Lean Production System Management & Financial Advisory Management & Financial Advisory

21 OBJECTIVE To promote and reinforce the value of individual SME brands. TARGET To promote, reinforce and sustain the value of individual SME brands through the building of a National Mark; Promote domestic and global recognition and acceptance of the National Mark; To enhance the acceptability of SMEs products and services in domestic and foreign markets; To facilitate and accelerate SME knowledge and appreciation in branding; and 100 SMEs brands established overseas within four years. BRAND SME DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME BRAND SME DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

22 TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION National SME Innovation Focal Point SMIDEC SMEs Banks/ Financial Institutions Research Institutions/ Universities

23 Members of the National SME Innovation Focal Point

24 TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION …contd TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION …contd Technology Database (in collaboration with MASTIC) -270 technologies available for commercialisation -18,413 researchers profile available SMIDEX07 : 23 technologies matched Technology Roadmap -Completed Roadmaps Electrical & Electronics ICT Biotech industry -W ork In Progress Automotive Sector Plastics & Rubber - TECHMART in SMIDECs website TECHMART in SMIDECs website

25 SMIDEC ANNUAL SHOWCASE SMIDEC ANNUAL SHOWCASE

26 Programmes under the Panel of Entrepreneurship Pilot Project on Entrepreneurship Mentoring Programme Tea-talk Program Bicara Petang Bersama Usahawan University students – SME Attachment Programme ENTREPRENEURSHIP

27 Benefits to SMEs: -exposure to the latest development of business practices and applications of technology; and -improved ways of doing business. Benefits to students: -industry exposure and practical applications of their studies as well as enhance self confidence in doing business; and -inculcate the spirit of entrepreneurship. ENTREPRENEURSHIP …contd ENTREPRENEURSHIP …contd UNIVERSITY - SME ATTACHMENT PROGRAMME Local SMEs Students University Education Linking SMEs to Universities to upgrade the capability of SMEs Local & International Networking

28 SKILLS UPGRADING Enhancing Marketing Skills of SMEs Enhancing Marketing Skills of SMEs Skills Upgrading Programme 80% grant on training fees Status: 22,571 employees trained (RM22.3 million)

29 35 SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CENTRES & PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROVIDERS APPOINTED: SKILLS UPGRADING...contd SKILLS UPGRADING...contd

30 50% of the approved project cost is borne by the Government and the remainder by the applicant Matching Grant Low interest rate Longer repayment period Soft Loan FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMMES FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMMES

31 Manufacturing Manufacturing Related Services Services (Except Insurance and Financial Services) QUALIFYING CRITERIA SECTOR COVERAGE Companies incorporated under the Companies Act 1965 OR enterprises incorporated under the Registration of Business Ordinance 1956 OR Certificate of Practice by Regulatory Body Fulfill definition of SMEs At least 60% equity held by Malaysian Possess valid premise license

32 Matching Grant for Business Start-ups Matching Grant for Product and Process Improvement Matching Grant for Certification and Quality Management Systems Matching Grant for Market Development Matching Grant for Development and Promotion of Halal Products Matching Grant for Enhancing Product Packaging Grant for RosettaNet Standard Implementation RM100,000 RM500,000 RM100,000 RM200,000 RM250,000 RM100,000 RM150,000 MATCHING GRANTS MATCHING GRANTS

33 Provides grant to SMEs for Product Development and Product & Process Improvement. Eligible expenses : Technology Feasibility Studies Fees for technology transfer Development of prototypes and system design Product testing & registration Marking and labeling Machine & equipment for testing and calibration Development & designing of equipment and machinery Purchase of machinery and equipment Initial patent registration/patent search/IP Protection Specific Project Mission Cleaner Production and Waste Treatment Project MATCHING GRANT FOR PRODUCT AND PROCESS IMPROVEMENT MATCHING GRANT FOR PRODUCT AND PROCESS IMPROVEMENT

34 Designing and improving product packaging and labeling through appropriate packaging technology Eligible Expenses : Related costs and services for designing, packaging, marking and labeling Trade mark and patent registration Purchase of related machinery and equipment MATCHING GRANT FOR ENHANCING PRODUCT PACKAGING MATCHING GRANT FOR ENHANCING PRODUCT PACKAGING

35 Soft Loan Schemes Soft Loan for SMEs (SLSME) Soft Loan for Business Premise Relocation (SLBPR) Soft Loan for ICT Adoption (SLICT) Interest Rate: 2% Max Loan: RM 3 million Payment Period: 15 years Interest Rate: 2% Max Loan: RM 3 million Payment Period: 15 years Interest Rate: 2% Max Loan: RM500,000 Payment Period: 5 years

36 10 per cent of all value of all SMIDECs grants will be disbursed upon approval; Interest loans for SMEs reduced from 4% to 2% per annum; and Margin of financing increased from 85% to 90%. NEW NEW

37 OUTREACH PROGRAMMES

38 Prestigious award recognising the achievements of Top 50 enterprising home-grown companies Provide opportunities to benchmark against their peers : TOTAL NOMINATIONS - 1,310 TOTAL ALUMNI LISTED ON MALAYSIAN BOURSE - 41 ENTERPRISE 50 AWARD PROGRAMME ENTERPRISE 50 AWARD PROGRAMME

39 Handbook on Policies, Incentives, Programmes and Financial Assistances SME Newslink : bi-monthly publication SME eNews : monthly blast PUBLICATIONS Annual Report

40 PUBLICATIONS …contd Training Directory Brochures

41 PUBLICATIONS …contd Women Directory National SME Development Blueprint SME Annual Report Brochure for Services Sector

42 OUTREACH CHANNELS OUTREACH CHANNELS Business Advisory Services (BAS) Virtual SME Information Centre : / InfoLine : SME BUSINESS CENTRE (19 th FLOOR)

43 AN YUO KTH


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