ehtteg'sLet started!ytrap2017 may have been a rough ride for the retail industry, but the mark of atrue retail rockstar is to learn from the past and gear-up for a successful yearahead! Enterprise R.O.C.K.S (Retail. Outlets. Commerce. Kiosks. Shopping)is back for an encore on 26th June 2018 - whether you're in Online or Offline,get the party started with our panels of business leaders and industry expertswho will help entrepreneurs not just survive, but thrive in today's retail scene!Do you have :A product looking to distributeA physical shopAn e-commerce platformTechnology solutions for retailersOr thinking about :Setting up a retail storeRedesigning your retail experienceExploring data marketing#BFMROCKS

8.00AMRegistration & Morning Refreshments9.00AMWelcome Speech by Malek Ali9.15AMDFTZ - What's In It For You As A RetailerThere is a lot of buzz about the Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ). Itpromised to boost Malaysia’s eCommerce growth and increase the GDPcontribution to RM211 billion (approximately US 47.68 billion) by year2020. Malaysia will serve as a regional eFulfillment centre, and alsobecome the regional hub for SMEs, marketplaces and monobrand(s). Allwell and good, but what's in it for you? How can you leverage this foryour business. These experts aim to shed some light.Featured speakers :Chan Kok Long, iPay88Joel Neoh, FaveMdm Wan Suraya Wan Mohd Radzi, MITI10.30AMCoffee Break & Exhibition11.00AMLessons Learned & Trends For 2018Moderator :Jeff SandhuYes, we've often heard entrepreneurship isn't a bed of roses. Failure ORsuccess isn't permanent it's a pit stop. From high highs to low lows,what can we learn from these entrepreneurs from the past year and howwe can capitalise on trends in 2018 so we can move on up.Featured speakers :Hui Mathews, ash be nimbleFong Wai Hong, StoreHubSungkyu Chang, EY Asean Customer Leader12 NOONModerator :Freda LiuYou Can Du-ItIt’s a long way to the top, but you don’t have to go at it alone. Learnhow to become a global player in the retail scene by leveragingmarketaccess, leadership and capability development, brandand scale-up capital, so you can hit ’em with your best shot.Featured speaker :Gopi Ganesalingam, MDEC12.30PMLunch & Networking#BFMROCKSvisibility

1.30PMEndorsements / KOLs / Celebrities Do We Need Them More Than Ever?With the rise of social media, influencers have opened up a new channelfor brands to connect with consumers more directly, organically, and atscale. But is influencer outreach for everyone and can it guarantee longterm sustainability?Featured speakers :Sarah Lian, Celebrity / SuppagoodManisha J, MTalent2.30PMModerator :Audrey RajData Analytics - Qualitative, Quantitative or Both?The retail sector is no stranger to data and analysis as retailers have longstudied consumers’ shopping patterns for trends and insights. But what’sdifferent in the digital age? The vast amount of information in anunstructured scale has become available today - the world of Big Data.To ensure the best of predictive analytics is procured, learn how to makethe best use of statistical algorithms, data mining and machinelearning techniques.Featured speakers :Anabelle Co-Martinent, La JuiceriaSheikh Manzoor Ghani, SAS Institute Sdn BhdGanesh Kumar Bangah, Commerce.Asia3.15PMModerator :Jeff Sandhu5 Things Every Retail Brand Wished They KnewAbout e-CommerceFrom his time at AirAsia, Uber, and now Maxis, Senthil will share hisperspectives on how to grow through e-commerce and disrupttraditional retail. He will also address hot topics like:Market Place vs Build your own webstore?How to justify e-commerce investment and ad spend?Will my online sales cannabalise offline store revenue?Featured speaker :Senthil Balan, Maxis Berhad3.30PMRaising The BarNope, successful businesses don't happen magically. However, youcan get assistance. For the last five years, MaGIC or the Malaysian Global& Innovation Centre has been empowering entrepreneurs with the spiritof entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation. Find out their plans for2018 and how you can get some magic of your own.Featured speaker :Ashran Dato’ Ghazi, MaGIC4.00PMTea Break & Networking5.00PMEnd#BFMROCKSModerator :Freda Liu

tress,regional television host and founder of a boutique artistemanagement agency, Suppagood. Following an illustriouscareer in both North America and Asia, she now seeks todevelop, foster and represent a diverse range of talentedindividuals given her strong insight to branding personalities.LA JUICERIAAnabelle founded La Juiceria in 2013. As the Founder andManaging Director for La Juiceria Sdn Bhd, she oversees theexpansion, businessdevelopment strategies, marketingand operations for La Juiceria Cold-Pressed Detox bars,Goodness Greens café, and La Juiceria Superfoods cafes. Todate, La Juiceria has 12 outlets around the Klang Valley andcontinues to expand. She recently launched a new brandcalled Super Saigon in 2017 which currently has 2 outlets.FAVEJoel Neoh is one of Asia’s most recognised and y to enhance the lives offordemocratisingmillions of consumersacross Asia, Joel is the Founder of Fave, an Online-tooffline ( O2O) local commerce platform. Under his leadership,Fave has grown to be one of the top mobile commerceplatforms in Southeast Asia, and has also acquired theGroupon businesses in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.#BFMROCKS

MDECGopi joined MDEC in 2015 as the Vice President of EnterpriseDevelopment, a new division that focuses on developingMalaysian tech companies into regional and global players.An accomplished business strategist, he has more than 27years of experience in various diverse industries across the AsiaPacific region.Gopi has held key industry positions beforefounding one of Malaysia’s first cloud computing consultingand system integrated companies, Lava Protocols, which wenton to partner with companies like and Googlein the ASEAN region.ASH BE NIMBLEHui founded ash be nimble in March 2014 with a mission tomake fitness accessible via affordable sportswear belowRM100. Starting from a humble beginning, the brand grewinto one of the most recognised homegrown active wearbrands in Malaysia. At the end of 2017, Hui decided to closethe apparel business and focus on transforming it into a blogof real, relatable fitness stories. Hui has more than 10 years ofexperience in corporate consulting and innovation, and nowleads the eCommerce Business Development & Analyticsteam at a large telco.EY Asean Customer LeaderSungkyu Chang is a partner in Ernst & Young Advisory ServicesSdn. Bhd. and the EY Asean Customer Leader. He is alsotheleader for Digital Customer Experience at EY’s Asia-PacificAdvisory Centre. He specializes in marketing, sales andservice transformation across different industries. His areas ofexpertise include operational strategies and implementationof digital, customer and information experiences. His currentfocus are in the areas of experience design, customer versprogrammes in the areas of customer strategy, nt.#BFMROCKSsocial

M TALENTEstablished MTalent Asia in 2015. She was a participant 337Ventures Alpha Startups, WIEF's Young Leaders Network MOCAfellows and listed as one of CLEO Magazine's Hot Shotsof 2015. MTalent has worked with talents such as Miss UniverseMalaysia 2013 Carey Ng, International Comedian Kavin Jay, AIMnominees Kyoto Protocol, Q Sound, CIMB, KL Fashion Weekand U Mobile, and audiences for festivals in Asia, America andEurope.i PAY88Chan, the Founder and Executive Director of iPay88HoldingSdn. Bhd, an NTT Data company and a Malaysian-based leadingprovider of online payment service solutions in ASEAN. With over25 years experience, he is an advocatein the field of digitalpayment solutions, in line with Bank Negara's effort towards a'Cashless Society' in Malaysia. He is also the Chancellor andE-Commerce Malaysia Deputy Chair for PIKOM - the National ICTAssociation of Malaysia. He was a Top Nominee for the 2016 EYEntrepreneur of the Year.SAS INSTITUTESheikh is the Executive Director of Operations, leading thegovernment and commercial sectors in SAS Malaysia. Withover 23 years of experience in the IT industry, he is focused onenabling customers on their analytics adoption across variousindustries. He is a seasoned professional with practicalexperience and solid understanding of business managementapplications, including market analysis, sales and marketing,team building and quality assurance.#BFMROCKS

.COMMERCE ce.Asia; a venture builder that invests, mentors andaccelerates commerce technology enablers in South East Asia.Commerce.Asia is the first and exclusive licensee of the SiliconValley based GrowthX Accelerator and Academy in South EastAsia. He is also currently the Chairman of the National E-Commerce Malaysia, a Chapter of PIKOM.STOREHUBFong Wai Hong the Co-founder at StoreHub, a beautiful, cloudbased store management system for SMEs. Hong was namedAustralia's Best Young Entrepreneur by StartupSmart andamongst Melbourne's top 100 most influential people by TheAge Newspaper in 2011. Wai Hong has since spent 1.5 yearsliving in Shanghaiwhere he studied Mandarin and eventuallyreturned to Malaysia in 2013 where he founded StoreHub.MAGICAshran is the CEO of the Malaysian Global Innovation &Creativity Centre (MaGIC), an agency mandate with drivingcreativity, innovation and entrepreneurship development inMalaysia. Before MaGIC, Ashran hasled many organisationsincluding; Chairman, New Entrepreneurs Foundation (myNEF);Chairman, myHarapan; President, Malaysian Association ofBumiputera ICT Industry &Entrepreneurs (NEF); and DeputyChairman, Global Innovation & Entrepreneurship Foundation.In addition, he also served as an Advisory Board Member toMalaysian SME Development Academy (MASMED) as well as aBoard Member for SME Corp.#BFMROCKS

MITIMrs. Wan Suraya is currently serving as the Deputy SecretaryGeneral (Strategy & Monitoring) in the Ministry of InternationalTrade and Industry (MITI). She has accumulated a wealth ofexperience covering international trade, investment andindustry, spanning 24 years of service with MITI. In her onaleCommerce agenda, including the Digital Free Trade Zone(DFTZ) initiative.She has spoken at various local andinternational events and seminars, particularly on doingBusiness in Malaysia and the Digital Economy.MAXIS BERHADSenthil currently the Head of Business Development teamat Maxis building solutions for the Malaysian SME RetailMarket. Prior to Maxis, he served as the Director of BusinessDevelopment for Uber in South East Asia. Just before that,he spent a number of years at AirAsia Group holding seniorroles including Commercial Director & Regional Director ofRoute Planning.#BFMROCKS

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