24 April 2012
HELP working towards adult learning programmes to diversity revenue, RM200 million campus due to start in September 2013
(HELP opening stock price today (24.4.2012) was RM1.70)
HELP International Corporation Bhd plans to grow its non-degree segment to 30% of its contributions in five years’ time, said its president Datuk Dr Paul Chan
"We are now diversifying our revenue sources and are now working towards adult learning programmes," he said after the company’s annual general meeting on Tuesday.
Chan said HELP would also start offering in house training to large corporations and was now doing so with "the largest insurance company in Malaysia".
He said it also hoped to increase its student base from the current 11,000 to 20,000 by 2018 when its Subang 2 campus is completed.
The group is spending some RM200 million on building the campus which will not only cater the university but also its international school, due to start in September 2013.