Business in Asia is competitive and the need to build relationships with potential clients and even suppliers is key to success. The question remains, what is the best way to get things moving and where is the best place to entertain your all-important clients in Malaysia?

“We have created ‘Business Lunch & Corporate Dinner’ to allow business people to get a good idea of what is available and what is going on, business people need to eat but at the same time they need to do it in style and to fulfil a business objective” stated Nordin Abdullah who recently created this online media which includes a blog and YouTube channel that is hosted on the Malaysia Global Business Forum website

“Many of the inward delegations and business people ask us where is the best place to hold a lunch or a dinner when they are here for just a few days, they don’t have time to waste and need the best option” continued Nordin

For the convention centres, hotels and restaurants in Malaysia the annual dinners and receptions for national days for Embassies and High Commissions is big business with the average spend over RM30,000 per dinner has made this segment of the market increasingly important.  “We have noticed that clients are not only looking for a good price but an experience for their guests and not forgetting that a venue says a lot about a company”

Another side of the Business Lunch and Corporate Dinner cycle is what the different chambers of commerce and business councils are doing for their members.  Chambers of Commerce often organise corporate networking lunches and networking high teas or after dinner networking drinks, “This business in not as big as the annual dinners but are important to keep a venue in the view of the client,

Business Lunch & Corporate Dinner has been created to be help good venues connect with the business world to make sure that business keeps moving one good meal at a time. To have your venue featured or for a good recommendation contact Ms Farra Alia, [email protected] / +6017 248 2919.