Asia Trade Forum: "Malaysia – A Gateway to South East Asia"

Next Thursday (12th) the Asia Trade Forum will hold its third country based seminar - "Malaysia – A Gateway to South East Asia". Anyone with an interest in the subject can attend free of charge by registering with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . The event is also being held in conjunction with the Ireland Malaysia Association and hosted by Ulster Bank, who will also hold a business card draw with all attendees in with a chance of securing a pair of tickets to the All Ireland football finals.

The event takes place on Thursday September 12th with registration and breakfast from 8.oo am and presentations from 8.30am to 12 .30. The location is Ulster Bank Group Centre, George’s  Quay,  Dublin 2.

Some details provided by the ATF:

  • First hand lessons from business people who have extensive business experience  in Malaysia and South East Asia.
  • Insights on the opportunities and challenges in doing business in South East Asia.
  • Details of the support available and forthcoming business visits for companies wishing to explore Asian markets.
  • Speakers to include:  Ambassador Dato Ramil  Naam; Minister Fergus O’Dowd; Michael O'Muircheartaigh; George Kiely (Enterprise Ireland); Trevor O’Regan (PM Group); Ron Anderson (APIBF);  Patrick  Joy (Suretank); Les Blennerhassett (Dortek)

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