The Shell LiveWIRE program was established in 1982 in the UK by Royal Dutch Shell. It is a program that offers free workshops and funding to young entrepreneurs with the objective of tackling unemployment issues in areas of Shell’s operations. Since 1982, the LiveWIRE programme has been introduced in various countries all over the world, creating a global network of entrepreneurs who have all undergone the same trainings.

In Malaysia, the Shell LiveWIRE programme is focused at growing entrepreneurs from the communities of Sabah and Sarawak. Since 2015, Shell Malaysia, with the help of their delivery partners, has conducted the LiveWIRE programme in Sabah, crossing the borders into Sarawak in 2016.

As a LiveWIRE winner, you will receive a RM10,000.00 grant for the benefit of growing your business. Winners also receive three years worth of coaching from the programme’s incubation partners as part of the post-startup phase of the programme.

If YOU want to be a LiveWIRE winner and see your business idea become a reality, register for a Bright Ideas workshop now, taking place in Miri, Bintulu, and Kuching, in Sarawak, and Kota Kinabalu and Penampang, in Sabah.

Through the Shell LiveWIRE program, we hope to seek out innovative business ideas that hold the potential of changing the world around us. We do this by supporting visionary entrepreneurs in their ambitions, turning their entrepreneurial dreams into a reality, leaving a lasting positive legacy in Sabah and Sarawak.

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Shell Global Flagship Enterprise Development Programme

In 1982, Shell established The LiveWIRE programme in the UK to offer free workshops and funding to young entrepreneurs with the objective of tackling the issue of unemployment.

Will Your Idea Make A Positive Impact In The World?

Please complete the form below to register for the upcoming Shell LiveWIRE programme. Selected applicants will be notified via email.

Shell Malaysia LiveWIRE Media

A collection of media releases published for the Shell Malaysia LiveWIRE programme.