The Malaysia Global Business Forum (MGBF) would like to extend our heartiest congratulations to Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim on his appointment as Malaysia’s 10th Prime Minister, and to the Malaysian people who continue to set a leading example of good democracy in action. 

The excitement of the 15th General Election (GE15) has now shifted to the serious business of forming a new government and the all-important ministerial appointments. Now many international investors and trading partners are looking to realign their government relations strategies and engagement programs. The MGBF is geared up to assist CEOs and business leaders to chart a way forward. 

MGBF empowers stakeholders at the intersection of international and Malaysian business. Through government relations, business intelligence, advocacy, media engagement, market research, networking, advisory and business matching, MGBF delivers results for individuals, corporations, trade and business associations, as well as national and state governments. 

The MGBF – The Evolving Threat Matrix in the Digital Economy exclusive roundtable series will address critical questions impacting the future of business in the rapidly digitising world. The recent global pandemic has fast-forwarded change. It has opened considerable opportunities for businesses to make a profit while at the same time it has increased the potential for crisis. The reality is the evolving threat matrix of the digital economy, which is the convergence of many factors: cyber security, data management, weaponised information in the media, external attacks on supply chains and rapid political and policy changes.

This series complements the weekly show, A Working Lunch with Nordin, which introduces business leaders with innovative ideas. Simulcast on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, the show reaches a large group of businesspeople globally.

Set up a time with our team to discuss how we can assist you during this rapidly evolving time for business.

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