gDayx Malaysia

gDayx (Google) Malaysia 2013 is here!!

gDayx Malaysia is will be happening in two location in Malaysia. Besides Kuala Lumpur, the event will be held in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. The event will bring some interesting speakers and key opinion leaders in using search engine to grow their business. This event is organized by GBG Malaysia and supported by Google.

Some of the speakers featured in this event includes, Aileen Apolo (head of Google Outreach SEA), Marcus Foon (Founder & Country Champion, GBG Malaysia), Adrian Oh (Co-Founder & Entrepreneur at Neowave), Mike Bikesh (Ceo and Founder, 1337 Ventures) and many more.

The nationwide event will be held at two locations:

gDAyx

Kota Kinabalu

Date: 24 November 2013

Time: 8am ­ 6pm

Venue: GSC, Suria Sabah Shopping Mall

 

gDayx

Kuala Lumpur

Date: 1 December 2013

Time: 8am ­ 6pm

Venue: Taylor’s Lakeside Campus, Subang Jaya

The conference aims to bring together professionals, business owners, entrepreneurs, startups and students to learn and share insights on web technology, Google tools and business.

Participants will learn about how local business owners have successfully used web technology and tools to improve their business success. Google Malaysia will also share updates regarding key innovations at Google and how businesses can maximize their online presence with Google tools.
gDayx is co­organized by the School of Computing and IT at Taylor’s University and is proudly sponsored by WebShaper. It is supported by Google and Fujifilm, with Google Student Ambassadors (GSA) and Malaysia Photography Community (MPC) as collaborators. The event is free to attend and requires online registration at http://gdayx.org.

 

About GBG Malaysia

GBG Malaysia is a community of business owners, professionals, entrepreneurs and startups who meet regularly to learn, share and discuss about web technology and business. GBG is initiated and supported, but is independent of Google Inc. There are seven GBG chapters in Malaysia; Kuala Lumpur,Petaling Jaya, Johor Bahru, Georgetown, Kota Kinabalu, Kuantan and Cyberjaya. Meetups are free to attend and details can be found at http://gbgmalaysia.org