CLOSED DOOR MEETING – DRIVING THE LED INDUSTRY & THE GREEN ECONOMY
CLOSED DOOR MEETING - DRIVING THE LED INDUSTRY & THE GREEN ECONOMY
BDEC in conjunction with SME Corp Malaysia organised a closed door meeting on the 16th of December 2014 to introduce our Malaysian LED companies to M&E contractors as well as other industry stakeholders with the goal of enhancing the use of more Malaysian made products which are of high quality, reliability,better performance and at competitive pricing.
Industry stakeholders that are invited include, CIDB, TNB, JKR, Kementerian Kerja Raya, PDRM, Energy Commission, KETTHA, Malaysian Green Tech Corp, British High Commission, town councils, SIRIM, GBI, property developers & relevant associations.
This Closed Door Meeting aimed to introduce Malaysian LED companies to mechanical and electrical contractors, as well as other industry stakeholders. The primary objective was to enhance the utilization of locally made LED products, aligning with the efforts of BDEC & SME Corp Malaysia. By promoting the use of Malaysian LED products, the meeting aimed to contribute towards the growth of the LED industry and the overall green economy in Malaysia.
LED Vision’s expertise in event management, combined with the support of BDEC & SME Corp Malaysia, ensured the seamless execution of this important gathering. Their meticulous planning and attention to detail allowed them to create an engaging and productive environment for all participants.
Through strategic partnerships and effective networking, LED Vision successfully brought together key players in the LED industry and the green economy. The Closed Door Meeting provided a platform for Malaysian LED companies to showcase their products and capabilities to potential clients and investors. This event aimed to foster collaboration, innovation, and growth within the industry.
With a focus on sustainability and eco-friendly practices, LED Vision demonstrated their commitment to driving the LED industry and the green economy forward. By emphasizing the use of locally made LED products, the event aimed to reduce carbon footprint and support the local economy. The meeting served as an opportunity for industry stakeholders to gain insights, exchange ideas, and forge valuable partnerships.
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