The Malaysian Young Entrepreneur Conference 2008 is expected to attract 600 participants keen to explore business opportunities.
To be held on Dec 21 at the Putra World Trade Centre, the conference is organised by the Malaysian Intellect Development Foundation and managed by My Event Sdn Bhd.
My Events’ chief executive officer Shahul Hameed said among the highlights is a discussion on financial advice and various financial packages available for entrepreneurs.
The event also aimed to promote and develop the entrepreneurial spirit among young Malaysians and is open to those below 40 years old, Shahul said at a media briefing here Tuesday.
Among the key speakers are Jerlun Member of Parliament Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir, AirAsia group chief executive officer Datuk Tony Fernandes and Masterskill University College of Health Sciences group chief executive officer Datuk Edmund Santhara.
“The key speakers will be sharing their secrets of success, tips and industry information during the conference. Such information will benefit the participants,” Shahul said.
He said representatives from agencies like Small and Medium Industries Development Corporation (Smidec), financial institutions and Credit Guarantee Corporation Malaysia Bhd will also be present to provide information on loan applications and business networking.
Those interested to attend the conference can register online at www.ypim.com.my .
Update: it is FREE for the First 200 participants and Rm 50 for the rest. Max participants is 500.
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