Recent times have been challenging, especially for micro-SMEs who have struggled to make ends meet. RHB wants to help those small businesses stay afloat and become even better.
#JomBiz is an initiative by RHB in collaboration with Taylor’s Community with the aim of enhancing the business savvy and financial literacy of micro entrepreneurs like you. We want to help you grow your enterprise, sustain it and show you how you can be resilient through adversity.
Who are we supporting
All Micro-SMEs from all sectors who form the backbone of Malaysian society. From retail, F&B, travel, services, fashion and entertainment, with an annual turnover of less than RM500,000.
How #JomBiz can help you
#JomBiz is a bootcamp-style entrepreneurship course designed to enrich your business knowledge. Through a series of six comprehensive modules, we will prepare you to face any real-world business challenges, overcome them and thrive. The following aspects of business and entrepreneurship will be covered:
  • Setting up a mission and vision
  • Business challenges and marketing
  • Problem solving and adaptability, dealing with stress
  • Branding and social media
  • Financial management
  • Public speaking
A chance to realise your dreams.
Besides enriching your mind, you will also be given an opportunity to enrich your business too.
Once you've completed all the sessions, you will demonstrate what you've learnt
through a business case presentation for a chance to win seed funding up to RM30,000.

If you or someone you know could benefit from this #JomBiz initiative,
fill out the form below by 30 June 2023 and get started on a journey of enrichment.

Full Name
Email Address
Mobile Number (e.g. 0123456789)
Monthly Household Income
Highest Education Level
Number of Dependent
Registered Company Name
Registered SSM Number
Business Type
Business Address
Number of Staff in your company
Do you have any Current/Saving Account/-i with RHB Bank Berhad?
Do you have access to the internet?
Have you been declared bankrupt?
Have you been blacklisted or in default of any bank loans/financing?