Marlborough College Malaysia – Online Admissions Evening

On behalf of our fellow member Marlborough College Malaysia, we would like to extend an invitation to the upcoming Online Admissions Evening.

Discover a world-renowned Marlborough College Education.

Date: Thursday, 7th December 2023

Time: 5:30 PM

Venue: Virtual

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Protinus Group - Develop a Virtual Store & Showroom today!

On behalf of our fellow member, Protinus Group, we would like to extend this exclusive deal to all our members.

Protinus Group is a digital transformation consultancy that works with companies to help them transform using technology such as Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence Chatbots and IOT.

Develop a virtual store that offers a safe, convenient and engaging way for retailers to reach customers. Here, customers can browse products from the comfort of their homes, while retailers can showcase their products in a cost-effective way that invokes their curiosity and amazement by the sheer range available.  This provides privacy, comfort and convenience that their customers love.

The convergence of virtual reality technology, offering immersive and realistic experiences, with social commerce, leveraging the influence of social media, presents an innovative approach to reshape our engagement with the world.

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La Camara – Flavours of Spain

On behalf of our fellow bilateral chamber, La Cámara Malaysia - Malaysian Spanish Chamber of Commerce... we would like to extend an invitation to all our members to participate in the upcoming Flavours of Spain!


Spain is home to some of the best chefs and fine-dining restaurants, ranking every year within the top five countries with more Michelin-starred restaurants. Spanish gastronomic revolution in the last decade is a creative movement with deep implications in the perception of food and culinary arts, with a whole generation of Spanish chefs inspired by the geniality of Ferran Adriá.

Join us for a fiesta of lip-smacking, tantalising Spanish cuisine under one roof!

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Courtesy Visit – Embassy of Romania

EUROCHAM Malaysia had the privilege of hosting a special courtesy visit from H.E. Nineta Bărbulescu, the Ambassador of the Embassy of Romania in Malaysia and the delegation. This significant encounter, expertly coordinated by EUROCHAM Malaysia, represents a dynamic stride towards reinforcing international connections.

During this visit, productive discussions took place regarding the Embassy's visionary strategies in Malaysia. Their aim to promote Romanian business initiatives and support diverse sectors that aligns seamlessly with our mission to foster collaborative growth among the EU business community in Malaysia.

Mr Jordi Pol, EUROCHAM Malaysia Interim CEO, and the EUROCHAM Malaysia team provided an overview of our organisation's pivotal role in the European business landscape. This laid a solid foundation for potential synergies between the Embassy of Romania and EUROCHAM Malaysia. The prospect of future joint endeavors ignited excitement and the promise of inventive ventures.

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IPR Sector Committee Meeting

EUROCHAM Malaysia organised and hosted a hybrid IPR Sector Committee meeting yesterday. Chaired by the Head of the IPR sector committee, this meeting was graced by Mr Jordi Pol, Interim CEO of EUROCHAM Malaysia, esteemed representatives from various IPR committee members, alongside our dedicated team.

In the meeting, we delved into an upcoming collaborative initiative that aims to unite the Southeast Asia IP SME Helpdesk with esteemed members of the IPR sector committee. Our primary focus is to address the latest developments in Malaysia's intellectual property rights (IPR) landscape. Through this project, our goal is to foster collaboration and provide robust support for SMEs navigating the dynamic IP environment in the region.

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ESG vital for construction industry as sector is catalyst for nation’s development — CIDB

Implementing environmental, social, and governance (ESG) in the construction sector is critical because the construction industry is the catalyst of any nation’s physical and economic development.

Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB) chief executive officer Datuk Mohd Zaid Zakaria said the construction industry has a multiplier effect of 2.03 due to its connections to more than 120 different industries, of which 90% of the firms comprise small and medium enterprises.

“The construction sector serves almost all other industries, as all economic value creation occurs within or by means of the built environment,” he said in his keynote address at the International Construction Transformation Conference (ICTC) here on Tuesday.

Mohd Zaid said that according to the World Economic Forum (WEF), the construction sector accounts for about 6% of the global gross domestic product, and it is also the largest global consumer of raw materials and constructed objects, accounting for about 25% to 40% of the world’s total carbon emissions.

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