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Nordin Abdullah

Aged 40, Nordin is an Australian businessman living in Asia, currently Managing Director of Glenreagh Sdn Bhd. He is well known for his creative approach to strategy and sustainable development which has been applied across various sectors. An active member of the business community Nordin is the Vice President of the Malaysian International Chamber of

Arab countries keen to invest in Malaysia

Malaysia could be the next top destination for Arab investors to do business as they are looking forward to redirect their funds to Southeast Asia. Mohammed Al Rabea, Secretary General of the Council for Arab Economic Unity, The Arab League, told Malaysian news agency Bernama that Arab countries are contemplating moving their funds to safer

July 1st, 2016|Categories: MGBF News|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Trade & Business Matching

The goal of an external trade or investment promotion mission is to help reach targets, the Malaysia Global Business Forum has a proven approach for delivering results and is an integral part of a wider engagement to drive development.  Business development budgets and marketing budgets have faced pressures due to the current economic conditions, KPI’s

Finding the Right Translator

It's Beautiful but What does it Mean? In the age of Google Translate some would think that finding the right translator might be less of a concern for business people.  The Malaysia Global Business Forum over the years has dealt with delegations from all over the world and seen first-hand what a difference a good

Dato’ Jessie Yow

Dato’ Jessie Yow was born in the 1970’s in Kuala Lumpur.  Coming from humble beginnings born into a family of 7 siblings she was driven by the simple passion to create a better life for herself, her family and ultimately to provide a comfortable life for her parents. Working very hard since her time in

Green Lighting & SME Vendor Development

Malaysia has over 100,000,000 sqf of Green Office space and almost 2,000km of highways second only to Japan and China in Asia, a series of modern airports and a host of telecommunication players, to light this infrastructure a thriving LED manufacture base has been established. To cope with the “Green Economy” ambitions the Malaysian Government

Fiji: Business Lunch

A Business Lunch to develop the business linkages between Malaysia and Fiji will be held on the 14th of May, 2016 in Kuala Lumpur. Officially the Republic of Fiji is an archipelago of more than 332 islands, of which 110 are permanently inhabited, amounting to a total land area of about 18,300 square kilometres.  The

Arab Countries Seriously Looking At Investing In Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 21 (Bernama) -- Arab countries are contemplating moving their funds to safer economies like Malaysia following the economic crisis in Europe and the United States, said Mohammed Al-Rabea, Secretary-General of the Council of Arab Economic Unity, The Arab League. "The economic crisis in Europe and the United States has affected the revenue of

Singapore : Empty Offices And Falling Rents Spell Further Gloom For Landlords

SINGAPORE: Office buildings in the city fringes may be increasingly left vacant as tenants seek the opportunity to move into Grade A premises in the Central Business District (CBD) with rents weakening amid an onslaught of incoming supply. Pundits, such as Bloomberg columnist Andy Mukherjee, have blamed the weak office market here on a “fundamental

Golf: Those Sexy Shorts

Lee Westwood — in shorts! — during a practice round at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship. Citing an attempt to modernize the sport of golf, the European Tour announced last week that professional golfers could begin to wear shorts during pro-am events and practice rounds of European Tour tournaments. “The players have embraced it,” European Tour CEO Keith Pelley

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