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MRA Info Sharing and Industry Insights on “Eight Ways to Win in Retailing & Fully Funded GENERATE2.0 Initiative under HRDF Fund”

by Dr. Vincent Kong, Founder of Asia Pacific Retail Academy (APRA) Malaysia 15th May 2019, MRA Meeting Room

Meeting on “Cultivating National Unity, Embracing Diversity” by the Department of National Unity & Integration, Prime Minister’s Department

25th April 2019, Menara Parlimen Kuala Lumpur MRA was invited to attend the meeting on “Cultivating National Unity, Embracing Diversity” convened by the Department of National Unity & Integration, Prime Minister’s Department on 25th April 2019. The meeting was chaired by YB Senator Tuan Waytha Moorthy Ponnusamy, Minister In the Prime Minister’s Department (National Unity […]

PRESS RELEASE 6th September 2019, from Chongqing, China

MRA’s Delegation to the 19th APRCE to Boost Connection for Retail Industry Mr. James Loke, President of Malaysia Retailers Association (MRA) is leading a 53-members delegation to attend the 19th Asia-Pacific Retailers Convention and Exhibition (APRCE), which is held from 5th to 7th September 2019, at Chongqing Yuelai International Convention Center, Chongqing, China. The theme […]

TRANSFORMATION, CREATIVITY & BEYOND: Part 9

Anil Konidena, head of South East Asia at Landmark Group, Dubai spoke on Beyond Sustainability covering experiential retail.

TRANSFORMATION, CREATIVITY & BEYOND: Part 8

Shoppee Malaysia Country Lead Ian Ho, who spoke on Creativity – Rethinking Strategies zeroed in on Bricks and Clicks: The evolving landscape of retail.

TRANSFORMATION, CREATIVITY & BEYOND: Part 7

Malaysia Shopping Malls Association (PPK) Advisor HC Chan, who shared on Transformation and Surviving Challenges, asserted the number of customers throughput is a given as long as there is human civilisation.

TRANSFORMATION, CREATIVITY & BEYOND: Part 6

Nawawi Tie Leung Real Estate Consultants’ Executive Director of the Regional Head of Retail Asia, Ungku Suseelawati Ungku Omar, kicked off the afternoon session affirming that it is not about the push but the pull in retailing and the disruptors that are deciding the purchasing.

TRANSFORMATION, CREATIVITY & BEYOND: Part 5

Speaking on Fengshui versus the Retail Industry at the panel session, Master Jane Hor’s focus was on three principal points of view, namely right timing (Heaven), right place (Earth) and right people (Human).

TRANSFORMATION, CREATIVITY & BEYOND: Part 4

The second panelist speaker Tourism Malaysia Chairman Dato’ (Dr) Siew Ka Wei said since 2000, Tourism Malaysia has established a dedicated Shopping Secretariat to oversee shopping programmes for tourists besides positioning Malaysia as a preferred shopping destination in the region.

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