The best things in life, they have been universally observed, were specifically made to fit a need. Taking it one up beyond a purpose served is Management and Science University (MSU) alumna Nur Aisyah Kamsani.

 

“I had a skin problem that I wanted to solve. After thorough research, I found my solution – my own natural, novel formulation that made the problem disappear like nothing else before it. The next step was of course to share it with the world,” says Aisyah.

 

 

Certified halal by the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM), the beauty formula has also received certification from the Ministry of Health Malaysia and been tested by the Food Quality and Safety Research & Development (UNIPEQ) Centre at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). It entered the Malaysian market in 2015.

 

Qalish Beauty may have made its debut on the wings of spreading the self-confidence that can be had from good, clear skin. Soon enough came the realization to its founder that those blessed with finding a solution to a problem also shoulder a responsibility to add social value to that solution. QBC Global Sdn Bhd was incepted in 2017, co-founded with Aisyah’s husband and fellow graduate of Bachelor in International Business (Hons), Halmey Kadir.

 

 

Inspiration for the company had come from the alumna’s student days at Management and Science University (MSU). As an undergraduate at MSU’s Faculty of Business Management and Professional Studies (FBMP), Nur Aisyah Kamsani ran a tight schedule juggling studying with working part-time to support a set of parents and four siblings.

 

“I understand hardship. The next step was of course to share the financial stability that can be had from the business. I wanted to combine success with giving back,” she explains.

 

Providing many out there solving their own skin problems with the opportunity of enlisting as a stockist, Qalish Beauty produced its first millionaire in 2019 and is anticipating five more this year. Celebrating its fifth aniversary this year, the brand aims to grow more entrepreneurs and help more people achieve financial health while obtaining good wellbeing; targeting 1 million large-pore and/or acne-prone skin problems solved by 2029. Whilst the entrepreneurship led to the award of Anugerah Personaliti Industri & Usahawan Malaysia 2020, the entrepreneur thanks her alma mater.

 

 

“For the University’s emphasis on employability and entrepreneurship, I regard the MSU President as my idol. I was a member of the Student Representatives Council and we were all in constant touch with Tan Sri through regular meetings. His words on my graduation day in 2009, about making a difference, are etched in my heart. I ask myself that question every day,” reminisces Aisyah.

 

Imparting advice to present and future fellow MSUrians, the Bachelor in International Business (Hons) leans on her involvement in the entrepreneurship ecosystem among her learning experiences at MSU.  

 

 

“Along with international exposure through the University’s Global Leadership Programme [GLP] – which I participated in once at Batam Island, Indonesia, those taught me a lot about entrepreneurship; which is about identifying problems and creating ways to solve them, as well as it is about changing society, especially underserved communities. Because we cannot predict the future, it is important to acquire the skills that will last a lifetime. A way to do that can be found in entrepreneurship. Together with the business you create, it can be your jumpstart to innovation,” she concludes.

 

 

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MSU receives Malaysia Enterpreneurship Award 2016

MSU Entrepreneurship Week

MSU Bachelor in Entrepreneurship (Hons)

MSU Diploma in Entrepreneurship

 

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The best things in life, they have been universally observed, were specifically made to fit a need. Taking it one up beyond a purpose served is Management and Science University (MSU) alumna Nur Aisyah Kamsani.

 

“I had a skin problem that I wanted to solve. After thorough research, I found my solution – my own natural, novel formulation that made the problem disappear like nothing else before it. The next step was of course to share it with the world,” says Aisyah.

 

 

Certified halal by the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM), the beauty formula has also received certification from the Ministry of Health Malaysia and been tested by the Food Quality and Safety Research & Development (UNIPEQ) Centre at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). It entered the Malaysian market in 2015.

 

Qalish Beauty may have made its debut on the wings of spreading the self-confidence that can be had from good, clear skin. Soon enough came the realization to its founder that those blessed with finding a solution to a problem also shoulder a responsibility to add social value to that solution. QBC Global Sdn Bhd was incepted in 2017, co-founded with Aisyah’s husband and fellow graduate of Bachelor in International Business (Hons), Halmey Kadir.

 

 

Inspiration for the company had come from the alumna’s student days at Management and Science University (MSU). As an undergraduate at MSU’s Faculty of Business Management and Professional Studies (FBMP), Nur Aisyah Kamsani ran a tight schedule juggling studying with working part-time to support a set of parents and four siblings.

 

“I understand hardship. The next step was of course to share the financial stability that can be had from the business. I wanted to combine success with giving back,” she explains.

 

Providing many out there solving their own skin problems with the opportunity of enlisting as a stockist, Qalish Beauty produced its first millionaire in 2019 and is anticipating five more this year. Celebrating its fifth aniversary this year, the brand aims to grow more entrepreneurs and help more people achieve financial health while obtaining good wellbeing; targeting 1 million large-pore and/or acne-prone skin problems solved by 2029. Whilst the entrepreneurship led to the award of Anugerah Personaliti Industri & Usahawan Malaysia 2020, the entrepreneur thanks her alma mater.

 

 

“For the University’s emphasis on employability and entrepreneurship, I regard the MSU President as my idol. I was a member of the Student Representatives Council and we were all in constant touch with Tan Sri through regular meetings. His words on my graduation day in 2009, about making a difference, are etched in my heart. I ask myself that question every day,” reminisces Aisyah.

 

Imparting advice to present and future fellow MSUrians, the Bachelor in International Business (Hons) leans on her involvement in the entrepreneurship ecosystem among her learning experiences at MSU.  

 

 

“Along with international exposure through the University’s Global Leadership Programme [GLP] – which I participated in once at Batam Island, Indonesia, those taught me a lot about entrepreneurship; which is about identifying problems and creating ways to solve them, as well as it is about changing society, especially underserved communities. Because we cannot predict the future, it is important to acquire the skills that will last a lifetime. A way to do that can be found in entrepreneurship. Together with the business you create, it can be your jumpstart to innovation,” she concludes.

 

 

Jump$tart launch for MSUpreneurs

MSU receives Malaysia Enterpreneurship Award 2016

MSU Entrepreneurship Week

MSU Bachelor in Entrepreneurship (Hons)

MSU Diploma in Entrepreneurship

 

Read about other MSU-educated entrepreneurs in:

 

His path less travelled

Feline future

Patisserie for pep

A chemistry with caring

Soul accounting

Food forward

Logistic logic