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The Malaysia Global Business Forum offers a wide range of services to CEO's and C-Level Executives on an ongoing basis. The services include the following: Stakeholder Management & Engagement (Government & Private Sector) Media Strategy & Roll-out Crisis Management Strategic Business Development Arrangement of C-Level Meetings Translation & Translator Services Body Guard & VIP Escort

South Australian Food Sector – B2B Meeting & Networking Lunch

As part of the South Australian Government’s South East Asia Engagement Strategy a delegation from the Food and Agriculture sector will be in Malaysia from the 27th to 29th of July, 2016. The delegation of over 15 leading corporations in the Food and Agriculture produce sector will be led by the Hon Leon Bignell MP,

South Australia’s SEA Engagement Strategy

Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith met with executive committee members of the Malaysia Australia Business Council (MABC) in Kuala Lumpur today as part of his week-long visit to South East Asia. The program of meetings presented the Minister with an opportunity to discuss the South Australian Government’s plans for a trade delegation to

Australian Business Expansion in Asia

Whatever the maps and geography teachers might say, Australia, certainly in the football sense, is now part of Asia but what does that mean for business? While the move by Football Federation Australia to leave Oceania and position of dominance in the region to become part of Asia and perhaps a position of uncertainty was

Is the Sphere of Influence Turning?

According to the latest brief of Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative (AMTI) the tension between China and its neighbors is growing. Vietnam and Philippines report of growing number of harassment of innocent fishermen by Chinese Coast Guard vessels. The concerns lead to further cooperation between the countries of South China Sea. Japan and Philippines conducted military

Latest Export Data: Australian companies choosing Malaysia

  Earlier today, the Australian Bureau of Statistics published their latest data set, revealing Australian company export figures. In 2013-14, a total of 3,801 Australian companies were recorded as exporting their goods and services to Malaysia, compared to 3,659 in 2012-13. This is an annual growth of almost 150 companies. These figures, when contrasted with other key players in South

Buy Malaysia First Policy – LED Lighting

Domestically, the level of LED utilization is relatively low, as the push for a more energy efficient economy coupled with concerns for the environment, this will change.  Many end users and intermediaries have yet to fully aware of the range of innovative and quality products that are produced here in Malaysia.  What could a “Buy

Business Lunch

"Business Networking Lunch" "Food Technology & Food Security in Asia-Pacific" 26th September, 2016 Al-Amar Restaurant - Sunway Putra Mall   During the World Food Summit which was held in 1996 food security was defined as existing “when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food that meets their dietary needs