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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

RM20 million GROW Program to Fund 120,000 Malaysian Business Entrepreneurs

Mar 27, 2017 -

The Exabytes Group, Malaysia’s leading web hosting services and eCommerce solutions provider today announces its GROW social venture that will grant RM20 million worth of online services and development support to young entrepreneurs across Malaysia, with the main aim of building the online brand visibility of these small businesses.

Chan Kee Siak, ED, Exabytes

Founder cum Executive Director of Exabytes, Chan Kee Siak shares that the objective of GROW is to offer immediate and vital assist to passionate and enthusiastic micro businesses, which want to amplify their brand visibility online.

Exabytes’ GROW campaign is open to all local micros and SMEs. Through this campaign, local enterprises that are already having an existing Facebook page will be entitled to a free for one (1)-year service to brand itself by developing a functional domain name, and more effective email business address to achieve maximum brand awareness.



The Exabytes’ GROW package up for grabs for all local entrepreneur companies and SMEs for a year comprises the following: -

A. One (1) shorter customized .MY domain name (Example: YourBrand.my)
B. Five (5) personalised business email accounts with company brand (Exp: you@YourBrand.my)
C. Domain redirection to the Facebook page. (Exp: http://facebook.com/YourBrand/)

The program will run for one (1)-year or valid for 120,000 applicants - whichever comes first.

Chan further explains that many small startups and companies make the mistake of having lengthy URL address that is hard to remember. Besides, their domain name is neither secured nor registered, hence brand and identity are not protected.

Being an expert in providing web hosting, cloud services and managed services to thousands of online entities, Exabytes is the country’s leading specialist for all matters related to starting out and sustaining a successful online presence.

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