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HDC’s HALFEST Sees 287 Business Matching Sessions & 122 Potential Supplier Opportunties

News From : DagangHalal.com (24 Oct 2011)

KUALA LUMPUR,(Bernama) — A total of 287 business matching sessions and 122 potential supplier opportunities resulted at the seminar on Trade Relations and Business Matching Sessions organised by Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC).

The seminar was organised in conjunction with Halal Fiesta Malaysia (HALFEST 2011) on Oct 14 in Kuala Lumpur, HDC said in a statement.

During the matching sessions, HDC invited 11 major companies from four main sectors namely retail, hotel, aviation and trade.

The seminar was specifically aimed at assisting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) involved in the business of Halal products, HDC said.

Chief Executive Officer of HDC, Datuk Seri Jamil Bidin, said the event was aimed at assisting SMEs in strengthening their Halal product markets through programmes provided by the HDC, such as the Business Transformation Programme.

The particpating companies were Giant, Mydin, Aeon (Jusco), Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, Glocal Link, Penang Port, while participating hotels included Concorde, De Palma, Nouvelle and Angkasa.

A total of 80 SME companies took the opportunity to showcase their products’ uniqueness and range at the event.

Source: BERNAMA

News From : DagangHalal.com (24 Oct 2011)

KUALA LUMPUR,(Bernama) — A total of 287 business matching sessions and 122 potential supplier opportunities resulted at the seminar on Trade Relations and Business Matching Sessions organised by Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC).

The seminar was organised in conjunction with Halal Fiesta Malaysia (HALFEST 2011) on Oct 14 in Kuala Lumpur, HDC said in a statement.

During the matching sessions, HDC invited 11 major companies from four main sectors namely retail, hotel, aviation and trade.

The seminar was specifically aimed at assisting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) involved in the business of Halal products, HDC said.

Chief Executive Officer of HDC, Datuk Seri Jamil Bidin, said the event was aimed at assisting SMEs in strengthening their Halal product markets through programmes provided by the HDC, such as the Business Transformation Programme.

The particpating companies were Giant, Mydin, Aeon (Jusco), Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, Glocal Link, Penang Port, while participating hotels included Concorde, De Palma, Nouvelle and Angkasa.

A total of 80 SME companies took the opportunity to showcase their products’ uniqueness and range at the event.

Source: BERNAMA

 

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