Professor Dr. Sulaiman Sajilan

Professor Dr. Sulaiman Sajilan



Universiti Kuala Lumpur Business School

BS Agr. Edu. (Iowa State University)

MS Agr. Ext. Edu. (Iowa State University)

PhD (Org. Comm.) (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)


Dr. Sulaiman Sajilan lectures and researches in the areas of entrepreneurship/technopreneurship development and innovation management. He has vast experience of more than 20 years on the ground in developing small and medium (SME) industries in food, marine, electronic, aviation, and information technology industries. He has published 30 articles in journals and conference/seminar proceedings. He is also a regular writer in a local entrepreneur magazine and writes many topics relating to entrepreneurship. He travels locally and abroad to present his experience in developing SME entrepreneurs. His current research interests include innovation, business and entrepreneurial development. He was formerly Director, Technopreneur Development and Innovation Division, UniKL. Dr. Sulaiman is currently the Dean and Associate Professor, Universiti  Kuala Lumpur Business School.  Prior joining UniKL he was a senior researcher at Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI) for more than 20 years.

Professor Dr. Sulaiman Sajilan

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