Incitement is proud to have been recognized as a finalist for the Malaysian Dutch Business Council (MDBC) Innovation & Sustainability Awards (MISA) in the category of “Promising Dutch SME in Malaysia”. At Incitement, we have been working towards a sustainable future by bridging the gap between technology and sustainability. This is a great honor and a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team towards innovation and sustainability.
We have been working tirelessly to bridge the gap between sustainability and technology and help companies achieve their sustainability goals through practical and technology-driven solutions. Being recognized for our efforts by such a prestigious platform is a great motivation for us to continue working towards a more sustainable future.
Our commitment towards sustainability is reflected in the initiatives that we have undertaken. Through the Incitement platform, we work with 100’s of charities and welcome thousands of regular donors onto our platform to create social impact together.
We have also customized and whitelabeld this platform for WWF-Malaysia, who uses it is a community platform to raise more donations and connect with donors. This initiative has helped WWF Malaysia to expand their reach and create more meaningful impact.
We have also worked with dozens of companies on high-impact CSR initiatives. Our initiatives always deliver a meaningful way for companies to engage with employees, give back to their community, and impact the brand’s reputation. Through these initiatives, we have impacted the lives of thousands of people.
Through Liter of Light Malaysia, we have installed more than 2,500 solar-powered lights in 52 rural villages in Malaysia. These lights provide a light at night to people who did not have access to electricity, impacting the lives of more than 10,000 beneficiaries. This initiative has helped improve the quality of life for people living in rural areas and has created a positive impact on the environment.
We were also the implementing partner for the VIP Program of the Malaysian Ministry of Finance. This program impacted more than 12,000 beneficiaries in 5 countries in Southeast Asia. Our partnership with the Malaysian Ministry of Finance has helped create a more sustainable future for people living in Southeast Asia.
We are proud to have been shortlisted alongside some great companies in the category, and we congratulate the winner, Hoogendoorn Growth Management, as well as the other shortlisted participants, Orbis Business School and Creating Winners IT Development.
We would like to thank MDBC for providing us with this platform to connect with like-minded Dutch-Malaysian entrepreneurs and for hosting such a fantastic event. We look forward to participating in next year’s edition and continuing to work towards a more sustainable future for all.