Time: 10:00 - 11:00 Brussels / 17:00 - 18:00 Kuala Lumpur.
Language: English.
Software: No special software required, registration will direct you to the GoToWebinar site.

This online seminar offers the most cost-effective access to this sector’s insights and can be your first step to success in Malaysia! Two industry experts will be presenting live, concluding the 1-hour event with an interactive Q&A session. You will be given the opportunity to raise questions either through the registration form or during the live session.

Topic description
The fast-moving world of Technology is increasingly enhancing new networks and creating new solutions and new dynamics, which are all interconnected with each other and with the end-users. New costumer sensory experiences are created with “intelligent” equipment, widening the spectrum for new technologies to emerge.

The smart technology sector enables companies from all over the world to conduct their businesses at a faster pace, while shortening distances at a lower cost. This is a key-driver for growth and for creating new opportunities worldwide. EUMCCI wants to support European ICT SME’s to uncover these opportunities in Malaysia!
So why Malaysia?
1 - The demand is here.
Over 60% of the world’s population is located in Asia Pacific which drives the global demand, according to MIMOS. Also, Malaysian statistics indicate that the percentage of Internet Users in 2016 was 76.9%. Out of those 76.9%, more than 80% are online youth population. These are sophisticated consumers, eager to experience and learn about new solutions and innovations.

2 – Malaysia has a high Competitive Business Cost in SEA.
Malaysia offers lower office rental and competitive salaries, as well as available and affordable housing, amenities and infrastructures. Moreover, it is strategically located in the heart of South-East Asia, acting as a connection point to Asia.

  • A first approach to the ICT sector in Malaysia
  • Overview of the existing opportunities for European SME’s
  • Collect practical advice from key industry players

  • Information and Communication Technology SME’s from a wide variety of sectors

Industry Experts

  • Mr. Jesse Chooi (Head, Research and Advisory, Investment and Industry Development at Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC))

    Mr. Jesse Chooi

    Head, Research and Advisory, Investment and Industry Development at Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC)

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  • Mr. Chris Hemingway (Director of Marks & Clerk Group Malaysia)

    Mr. Chris Hemingway

    Director of Marks & Clerk Group Malaysia

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