Reopening Asia


Photo Credit: The Star

The recently concluded Joint Leadership Summit held at the Fullerton Hotel saw ASEAN government ministers, major global organisers, trade association leaders and tourism bureau chiefs come together to examine strategies to restart business events in the region. 

Photo Credit: The Straits Times, Ng Sor Luan

While ASEAN and the world still navigate choppy waters because of the pandemic, there are signs of a new horizon where shared safety protocols and best practices could lead to the resumption and increase in business meetings and events. 

Today MITEC, the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre, announced its reopening. This comes as welcome news to small and medium enterprises as well as the events and start up sectors. 

We may not be in the clear but signs of events returning in various formats especially with in-person attendees have us excited for event people in the region. 

Read more about it:  (The Straits Times)  (The Star)

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