Innovation in social enterprises and education
Calyn Yap | 03 Nov 2017 00:30
AIM is working to transform strategic sectors such as biomass from oil palm and other sources

Innovation may take a long time to bear fruit, but Agensi Inovasi Malaysia’s (AIM) new CEO Naser Jaafar is up for the task as he steps up efforts taken by his predecessor Datuk Mark Rozario.

Naser, who was appointed on Aug 1, focuses on deliverables and attaining results that would be reported in the form of a 100-day report card.

“I want to focus on what I’ve inherited from Datuk Mark and see it through to achieve the desired outcome. I want to focus on deliverables and results. I don’t want to bite off more than I can chew,” he tells FocusM.

Naser has been spending a lot of time on innovation in education and social enterprises since he took over the helm.