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Thank you for your interest.  The entry period for MISA ’21 / ’22 is now open.

Please note:
* You will not be able to save your application online if you do not complete your submission; if you wish to submit your nomination online, kindly ensure that you have all information necessary.
* Participants may enter more than one competition category but must enter a separate entry per category.
* Nominations must have a focus on innovation while retaining an element of sustainability
* Information related to Guidelines, Rules & Regulations can be found here.
* The Assessment Criteria can be found here.

For your easy reference, all of the questions in each category have been listed in the menu below.  This will enable you to prepare your answers before filling in the forms.

Please note: In addition to competitor details (name, organisation, etc), every category has questions from two components – General Information & Category Specific.  All mandatory questions have been listed per category listing below.

MISA Categories

Outstanding Dutch Investor in Malaysia (MNC)

All mandatory question fields are marked with an “*”

COMPETITOR DETAILS:

* Name:
* Designation:
* E – mail:
* Phone Number:
Mobile:
* Company:
* Country of Origin (Company):
Website:
Address: 
* Competition Category:

 

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  1. * Give a brief explanation of your organisation / project / program and explain why you deserve to win this award.
  2. * Elaborate on the environmental, social, and economic responsibilities your organisation / project / program has undertaken that has had an impact on three (3) levels: Industry, Country, and Global.
  3. * How well, and how deeply, are sustainability and Responsible Business Conduct (RBC) embedded in your supply chain management?  How do you make sure that the outcome of a supply chain inspection is accurate?
  4. * Present your organisation’s / project’s / program’s predominant priorities for the upcoming 5 – 10 years and how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are integrated into your organisation’s / project’s / program’s business model to achieve these priorities.

CATEGORY SPECIFIC:

  1. * Describe how your organisation’s profits have been reinvested into your organisation to develop innovation and sustainability, and support your clients and shareholders.
  2. * Explain your organisation’s best practices in terms of HR in production, engineering, technical, services, expertise, and innovative solutions, as well as CSR and community programs, along with RBC within your supply chain, allowing it to become a truly responsible investor that both the Netherlands and Malaysia can be proud of.
  3. * How has your organisation played a positive role in the Malaysian economy and the overall well – being of the Malaysian public?
  4. * How has the organisation managed to develop new and innovative work / training procedures that will benefit Malaysian, as well as Dutch, and other, employees?
  5. * What are the key parameters that you will look at while evaluating a potential investment opportunity?  Do explain how your evaluation considers sustainability, circular economy, and innovation.
Outstanding Dutch Investor in Malaysia (SME)

All mandatory question fields are marked with an “*”

COMPETITOR DETAILS:

* Name:
* Designation:
* E – mail:
* Phone Number:
Mobile:
* Company:
* Country of Origin (Company):
Website:
Address: 
* Competition Category:

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  1. * Give a brief explanation of your organisation / project / program and explain why you deserve to win this award.
  2. * Elaborate on the environmental, social, and economic responsibilities your organisation / project / program has undertaken that has had an impact on three (3) levels: Industry, Country, and Global.
  3. * How well, and how deeply, are sustainability and Responsible Business Conduct (RBC) embedded in your supply chain management?  How do you make sure that the outcome of a supply chain inspection is accurate?
  4. * Present your organisation’s / project’s / program’s predominant priorities for the upcoming 5 – 10 years and how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are integrated into your organisation’s / project’s / program’s business model to achieve these priorities.

CATEGORY SPECIFIC:

  1. * As a Dutch investor in Malaysia, what are the difficulties you have overcome (in an advanced and / or original way) regarding culture / work environment / circular economy / sustainability laws / innovation?
  2. * Explain the organisation’s best practices in terms of HR in production, engineering, technical, services, expertise, and innovative solutions, as well as CSR and community programs, along with RBC within your supply chain, allowing it to become a truly responsible investor that both the Netherlands and Malaysia can be proud of.
  3. * How has your organisation played a positive role in the Malaysian economy and the overall well – being of the Malaysian public?
  4. * Explain how your organisation’s profits have been reinvested to develop innovation and sustainable internal business practices, as well as to support your clients, shareholders, and stakeholders.
Outstanding Malaysian Investor in the Netherlands

All mandatory question fields are marked with an “*”

COMPETITOR DETAILS:

* Name:
* Designation:
* E – mail:
* Phone Number:
Mobile:
* Company:
* Country of Origin (Company):
Website:
Address: 
* Competition Category:

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  1. * Give a brief explanation of your organisation / project / program and explain why you deserve to win this award.
  2. * Elaborate on the environmental, social, and economic responsibilities your organisation / project / program has undertaken that has had an impact on three (3) levels: Industry, Country, and Global.
  3. * How well, and how deeply, are sustainability and Responsible Business Conduct (RBC) embedded in your supply chain management?  How do you make sure that the outcome of a supply chain inspection is accurate?
  4. * Present your organisation’s / project’s / program’s predominant priorities for the upcoming 5 – 10 years and how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are integrated into your organisation’s / project’s / program’s business model to achieve these priorities.

CATEGORY SPECIFIC:

  1. * Explain the organisation’s best practices in terms of HR in production, engineering, technical, services, expertise, and innovative solutions, as well as CSR and community programs, along with RBC within your supply chain, allowing it to become a truly responsible investor that both Malaysia and the Netherlands can be proud of.
  2. * What are the key parameters you look at while evaluating a potential investment opportunity?  Explain how your evaluation considers sustainability, circular economy, and innovation.
  3. * How has your organisation adapted to align itself with Dutch sustainability laws and work environment?
  4. * Describe how the organisation’s profits have been reinvested to develop innovation and sustainability, as well as support your clients and shareholders.
Outstanding Malaysian Exporter to NL / EU

All mandatory question fields are marked with an “*”

COMPETITOR DETAILS:

* Name:
* Designation:
* E – mail:
* Phone Number:
Mobile:
* Company:
* Country of Origin (Company):
Website:
Address: 
* Competition Category:

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  1. * Give a brief explanation of your organisation / project / program and explain why you deserve to win this award.
  2. * Elaborate on the environmental, social, and economic responsibilities your organisation / project / program has undertaken that has had an impact on three (3) levels: Industry, Country, and Global.
  3. * How well, and how deeply, are sustainability and Responsible Business Conduct (RBC) embedded in your supply chain management?  How do you make sure that the outcome of a supply chain inspection is accurate?
  4. * Present your organisation’s / project’s / program’s predominant priorities for the upcoming 5 – 10 years and how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are integrated into your organisation’s / project’s / program’s business model to achieve these priorities.

CATEGORY SPECIFIC:

  1. * How has your organisation benefitted from the Netherlands / European Union?  How has it adapted to Dutch / EU sustainability laws?
  2. * Describe your organisation’s strength over your competitors when it comes to your supply chain.
  3. * How has exporting via the Netherlands / EU contributed to the success of your organisation?
  4. * Name at least three (3) ways your organisation has been innovative to make the export process efficient and more aligned with UN SDGs.
Promising (new) Dutch SME to Malaysia

All mandatory question fields are marked with an “*”

COMPETITOR DETAILS:

* Name:
* Designation:
* E – mail:
* Phone Number:
Mobile:
* Company:
* Country of Origin (Company):
Website:
Address: 
* Competition Category:

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  1. * Give a brief explanation of your organisation / project / program and explain why you deserve to win this award.
  2. * Elaborate on the environmental, social, and economic responsibilities your organisation / project / program has undertaken that has had an impact on three (3) levels: Industry, Country, and Global.
  3. * How well, and how deeply, are sustainability and Responsible Business Conduct (RBC) embedded in your supply chain management?  How do you make sure that the outcome of a supply chain inspection is accurate?
  4. * Present your organisation’s / project’s / program’s predominant priorities for the upcoming 5 – 10 years and how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are integrated into your organisation’s / project’s / program’s business model to achieve these priorities.

CATEGORY SPECIFIC:

  1. * So far, what has your organisation achieved in expanding your brand development and recognition during this pandemic?  Explain the effect on your turnover / profit.
  2. * Describe your organisation’s contributions to advancing Malaysian – Dutch trade through enlarging the supply chain innovatively and sustainably.
  3. * What are the innovative achievements beneficial to Malaysia’s local / regional / national community with regards to the UN SDGs.
  4. * Describe your organisation’s involvement in networking and partnership with other Dutch and Malaysian organisations to encourage more entrepreneurs and start – ups.
Outstanding Dutch – Malaysian Partnership

All mandatory question fields are marked with an “*”

COMPETITOR DETAILS:

* Name:
* Designation:
* E – mail:
* Phone Number:
Mobile:
* Company:
* Country of Origin (Company):
Website:
Address: 
* Competition Category:

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  1. * Give a brief explanation of your organisation / project / program and explain why you deserve to win this award.
  2. * Elaborate on the environmental, social, and economic responsibilities your organisation / project / program has undertaken that has had an impact on three (3) levels: Industry, Country, and Global.

CATEGORY SPECIFIC:

  1. * Explain what the Dutch – Malaysian partnership means to your organisation and elaborate on what type of partnership it is.
  2. * Explain what your partnership brings to the Dutch – Malaysian bilateral relationship.
  3. * Provide the highlights of your organisation’s achievements as an ‘Outstanding Dutch – Malaysian Partnership’ with regards to circular economy, societal impact on Malaysia and the Netherlands, sustainability, and innovation in the last five years.
  4. * What are the difficulties you had to overcome (in an advanced and / or original way) regarding culture / work environment / circular economy / sustainability laws / innovation?
Best Flexible Work Arrangements Program

All mandatory question fields are marked with an “*”

COMPETITOR DETAILS:

* Name:
* Designation:
* E – mail:
* Phone Number:
Mobile:
* Company:
* Country of Origin (Company):
Website:
Address: 
* Competition Category:

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  1. * Give a brief explanation of your organisation / project / program and explain why you deserve to win this award.
  2. * Elaborate on the environmental, social, and economic responsibilities your organisation / project / program has undertaken that has had an impact on three (3) levels: Industry, Country, and Global.

CATEGORY SPECIFIC:

  1. * During the pandemic (or prior), how was your organisation practicing Flexible Work Arrangements (FWA) to ensure team collaboration and business continuity, as well as ensuring that team collaboration and individual work remain efficient?
  2. * Describe how sustainability is part of the work arrangements currently, and how they are embedded as part of your organisational culture and long – term arrangements.
  3. * Name three (3) words that sum up how your employees describe your organisation’s current work arrangements, performance, and culture.

This online submission consists of three parts:
Part 1: General Information
Part 2: Category Specific Questions
Part 3: Additional Documentation / Other Information, Confirmation

Video submissions are made separately and may be sent at a later date to via WeTransfer. For full details on video submission, kindly refer to the MISA Categories web page here.

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