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The 6th Malaysia International Halal Showcase

6 – 10 May 2009

MATRADE Exhibition & Convention Centre (MECC)

Extract from source website: 

“As an international trade fair focused on halal, MIHAS attracts a following of loyal visitors and exhibitors. MIHAS 2008 saw the active participation of 507 exhibitors from 25 countries and attracted a total of 41,862 visitors from 69 countries. Over 55% of these visitors are trade buyers and the who’s who in the food and beverage industry from the ASEAN countries.

Every year, MIHAS hosts over 500 buyers and matches them with participants of MIHAS from Malaysia. During MIHAS 2008, this programme resulted in immediate sales of over RM185.3 million with over RM2.02 billion under negotiation.

Today, MIHAS is the premier event that is not limited to the ASEAN region alone but is also supported internationally by the enthusiastic participation of International Pavilions from countries across the globe. This has equipped MIHAS with the extra edge to break through barriers to enter young developing markets committed to serve the needs of the halal consumer and to reach a quality-conscious generation seeking quality halal food products.

MIHAS serves as the best entry point for the world market to penetrate the global Muslim market or embark into the ASEAN market. MIHAS is hosted by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI), and organised by the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE). “

More info –  click HERE. 

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SMIDEC Skills Upgrading Programme for SMEs

Disampaikan di sini maklumat dpd MIM (Malaysian Institute of Management) mengenai Training Grant oleh SMIDEC melalui institut berkenaan kepada semua SMEs seperti berikut:.

MIM is pleased to announce that the Institute has been approved by the Small and Medium Industries Development Corporation (SMIDEC) as the Professional Training Provider for Skills Upgrading Programme.

The SMIDEC Skills Upgrading Programme is aimed at enhancing the skills and capabilities of employees of SMEs in the technical and managerial levels. SMEs that send their employees for programmes approved by SMIDEC will be eligible for 50 per cent training grant from SMIDEC.
 
SMEs who are interested in applying for the SMIDEC training grant can contact Steve Soon at Tel: 2164 5255 (ext. 235) or email: stevesoon@mim.org.my to get the application form.
Click here to view the list of 16 programmes to be conducted by MIM that are eligible for the SMEs training grant.   

 

4 Responses to Biz News

  1. izzat berkata:

    salam… saya nk penerangan tentang kesan kos kepada aktiviti pembungkusan, kos operasi, kos peralatan, kos penyimpanan, kos pengedaran.

  2. tira berkata:

    salam..saya nak mntak pendapat untuk pemasaran tidak berorientasikan keuntungan.boleh tak beri kan contoh untuk muzium..saya dah cari dimana-mana tapi x jumpe..wassalam

  3. Mohd Fuad Rajudin berkata:

    Saya telah lihat maklumat yan g terdapat pada blog tuan.. ternyata ianya banyak membantu pihak lain seperti saya yang memerlukan maklumat berkaitan. Saya amat berterima kasih kerana pihak tuan sudi berkongsi selain memberi ilmu dan pengetahuan kepada pihak lain.. Terima Kasih

  4. noraini bachik berkata:

    As salam, saya ingin meminta pendapat tuan utk kaedah membungkusa , melabel dan meletak bar code bagi bagi produk makanan spt kerepek kerana sy dapat satu peluang memasarkannya ke Sarawak. Untuk pengetahuan tuan produk sya dapatkan dari pembekal dan saya bercadang untuk membungkus semula dan menggunakan jenama syarikat saya.

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