Petaling Jaya, July 5, 2021 – The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) with Dropee has launched the Go-eCommerce Onboarding campaign.

As part of the Belanjawan 2021(National Budget) initiatives, the campaign involves the Government injecting RM100 million worth of incentives, aimed at providing support to Malaysian businesses from various sectors to onboard onto eCommerce and ePayment platforms to enhance their sales capability in eCommerce and help boost their sales. 

“MDEC holds steadfast to its resolve to equip and enable Malaysian businesses to navigate and thrive through these business unusual times. With strong support from the Government and effective public-private collaborations, we aim to further catalyse the growth of eCommerce in Malaysia and of equal importance, sustaining livelihoods and jobs in the process.”Surina Shukri, CEO of MDEC, said.

Dropee is honoured to be a part of this initiative in expanding the possibilities and growth for mSMEs in the B2B market, for both new and existing sellers on the Dropee ecosystem.

“This campaign resonates with Dropee’s vision of simplifying wholesale and distribution trade so they can grow and scale easily,” says Lennise Ng, CEO of Dropee. “It has been a long time coming in the face of a pandemic that is not looking to cease anytime soon, and local businesses need our support.” 

Dropee offers brands, wholesalers, and distributors a one-stop B2B eCommerce suite that helps grow B2B sales – both online and offline. During this Go-Ecommerce campaign, Dropee will be introducing subsidies where B2B sellers can enjoy up to RM3,200 funding by bringing their wholesale business digital.

Business Eligibility for Dropee’s Go-eCommerce Onboarding Campaign:

  • Existing sellers on Dropee
  • New corporate sellers with SSM (Malaysian business registration number)
  • Malaysian MSMEs defined by SME Corporation

If you fit the requirements and would love to find out more about this initiative, head over to

About Dropee

Dropee is a B2B eCommerce solutions provider that simplifies trading for brands, wholesalers, and distribution businesses digitalise with our one-stop B2B eCommerce suite. Dropee is revolutionising the way businesses sell in bulk by creating a fast and frictionless experience for their wholesale customers – both online and offline.

About Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC)

Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) is the agency under the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia Malaysia leading the nation’s digital transformation for 25 years. MDEC’s agenda is Malaysia 5.0, enabling a nation deeply integrated with technology, providing equitable digital opportunities to the people and businesses.

In order to achieve this, we will focus on four key thrust lead DIGITAL thrusts, New skills, Adoption, Disruptors and Investments. This forms the basis of our NADI Digital brand campaign, that will drive our core programmes for the rakyat, business and investors. MDEC’s aim is for Malaysia to become a globally competitive digital nation, anchored on inclusivity, sustainability and shared prosperity, firmly establishing Malaysia as the Heart of Digital ASEAN.