Designing The Future Of Malaysia’s Business Events Industry
Kuala Lumpur, 7 August 2018 – Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB) is proud to bring the fourth edition of the Malaysia Business Events Week (MBEW). 
Taking place from the 12-14 August 2018, MBEW will be held in the state of Pahang, at one of the country's most iconic resorts development, the Genting International Convention Centre by Resorts World Genting.

A signature initiative of the national bureau, MBEW acts as a dynamic platform for industry stakeholders to converge, communicate and debate issues that impact the future growth and sustainability of the business events industry.

This year, the 4th MBEW carries the theme 'Our Future by Design: Embracing Change'. The theme aims to communicate the ability and readiness of Malaysia's business events landscape to embrace change, given its robustness and well-developed global standard offerings.

Participants will be able to pick the brains of international speakers, including Pádraic Gilligan, Managing Partner of specialist agency, Soolnua; Tina Altieri, Managing Principal at Media Australasia Xchange (MAX); Effi Setiabudi, Chairman of Indonesia Exhibition Companies Association and Chua Wee Phong, Chairman of Sphere Exhibits Pte Ltd.

Business events industry’s stakeholders including Professional Conference Organisers, airlines, event managers, Destination Marketing Companies, government agencies and other players should not miss this instalment of MBEW. Participants can expect to gain insightful trends, strategies to obtain impactful results, new ideas and opportunities to form strategic alliances.

To be part of this dynamic event, prices are categorized:
Category
Prices (RM)
MyCEB Industry Partner Programme (IPP)/MACEOS members
RM 848.00 nett
Non-members
RM 1,060.00 nett
Associations/Academicians
RM 318.00 nett
For more information on MBEW, visit www.mbew.com.my or email mbewsec@myceb.com.my.
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