Huawei brings financial aid, free service for SMEs in Asia Pacific

Business Desk | Published: 22:24, Apr 10,2021


Global leading ICT provider Huawei launched its SME Support Programme with trusted ecosystem partners in Asia Pacific, aiming to deliver further technical support for economic recovery amid the fight against the pandemic in the region, said a press release.

For the SME Support Programme, each eligible SME applicant could receive coupons worth up to $3,000 and free professional consulting service, including cutting-edge cloud solutions for a variety of industry scenarios such as financial service, education, e-commerce, gaming, IoT, application development, and enterprise applications.

The SMEs that have an account on the HUAWEI CLOUD official web site but have never used any paid service could apply on the SME Support Programme page and receive consultation from cloud experts.

Applications will be reviewed based on the company’s cloud needs and the readiness of workloads for cloud deployment.

‘We are still very small, but we have ambition to grow into a big business. Therefore, to choose a reliable partner is our priority, this translates into reliable technology and reliable service and support. HUAWEI did a great job. I believe we get the same prompt response as any big client of yours,’ Yongyan Liu, co-founder and VP of strategy and development at SYMBIONAT HEALTH said.

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are the engines of growth and innovation in the APEC region.

They account for over 97 percent of all business and employ over half of the workforce across APEC economies. They contribute significantly to economic growth, with their share of GDP ranging from 40 to 60 percent in most APEC economies, according to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation.

The coronavirus outbreak has forced businesses to accelerate their digital transformation and move to the cloud one to three years ahead of schedule.

Huawei Cloud is currently working with over 19,000 partners and 1.6 million developers, and is committed to strengthening the digital economy to support a sustainable economic recovery.

This programme will be continued until December 31, 2021.

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