Kuala Lumpur, Oct. 19 (ANI): A non-governmental organisation has come forward to help young Malay Indians who want to set up their businesses or upgrade the existing ventures.
The Malaysian Indian Youth Council has decided to encourage young entrepreneurs through the Indian Young Chamber of Commerce and Industries (IYCCI). MIC Youth chief T. Mohan, who launched it recently, encouraged IYCCI to play a bigger role in helping the young entrepreneurs to build on lucrative trade and their networking skills."The MIC Youth will also include the IYCCI in our future programmes which are related to business development," The New Strait Times quoted Mohan, as saying. IYCCI President Raghu Devan Lopez said the movement, which is currently on a membership drive, would only charge a minimal subscription fee to encourage more youths to join.The fledgling chamber will also be holding a Global Indian Youth Conference next year to further encourage networking among young Indians. (ANI)