The Malaysia Global Business Forum (MGBF) is thrilled to unveil an exciting lineup of upcoming industry dialogues set to run parallel with the Crisis Management Center, focusing on themes including ‘The Two-Wheeler Market – Mobility, ESG, and the ASEAN Supply Chain,’ as well as ‘Data and the New Era of Road Safety.’
These engaging discussions are to be held in conjunction with the highly anticipated Kuala Lumpur Bike Show 2023 (KLBS’23), scheduled for August 25, 2023, at the prestigious World Trade Centre Kuala Lumpur (WTC KL).
Highlighting the event’s significance, Moventuum director Farouk Nurish remarked, “The continuous evolution of brands demands a platform to showcase their innovations to the market. This is where the Kuala Lumpur Bike Show comes into play.”
He further added, “While the trade show offers industry leaders a crucial avenue to spotlight their latest products and breakthroughs, hosting these conferences is equally vital.
“By ensuring that conversations about our future and current challenges unfold within the context of the Kuala Lumpur Bike Show, we cement Malaysia’s position as a leader in the two-wheeler industry. It’s imperative that stakeholders come together to chart a sustainable path forward.”
Recent reports position Malaysia as the world’s 12th largest motorcycle market. KLBS’23, tailored to both Malaysia’s 15+ million bike owners and enthusiasts in the region, is poised to enhance the nation’s international tourism image while attracting direct arrivals.
Although KLBS’23 primarily showcases diverse two-wheelers and accessories, it promises a multifaceted experience. The event spans four action-packed days and includes exclusive launches of road-ready bikes, live concerts featuring iconic bands Wings and Hujan, and a trailblazing ‘Wheels on Heels’ streetwear fashion show, curated by the renowned Bon Zainal.
Going beyond lifestyle and entertainment, KLBS ’23 delves into pivotal issues and industry opportunities. High-level dialogues featuring industry leaders and stakeholders will converge at the KLBS’23 Conference Hub to explore these dimensions.
Founding chairman of MGBF, Nordin Abdullah, stressed the unprecedented business prospects arising from the fusion of technology and mobility megatrends. “Malaysia’s commitment to lead the next phase of industry development is clear. This entails nurturing the components of a future-ready supply chain right here on Malaysian soil.”
He concluded, “We envision Malaysia as a solution hub for global businesses in this sector. The Malaysia Global Business Forum recognizes the importance of this trade show for the two-wheeler industry and is thus orchestrating this Industry Dialogue to further catalyze progress.”
The Malaysia Global Business Forum (MGBF) functions as a dynamic catalyst at the crossroads of international and Malaysian business. Through its multifaceted offerings, which include government relations, business intelligence, advocacy, media engagement, market research, networking, advisory services, and business matchmaking, MGBF empowers individuals, corporations, trade and business associations, as well as national and state governments to achieve meaningful results. For additional information, visit www.malaysiaglobalbusinessforum.com.
The Crisis Management Centre stands as a pivotal institution, empowering individuals, corporations, industry associations, and governments to adeptly navigate all facets of crises. With pioneering concepts such as the “Reputation-Revenue Dynamic,” a data-driven framework for addressing concerns, crises, and conflicts, the center has redefined crisis management. For more information, visit www.crisismanagementcentre.com.
Marking its inaugural edition, the Kuala Lumpur Bike Show 2023 (KLBS’23) is poised to become an annual industry mainstay. Designed to resonate with an international audience, KLBS’23 is primed to take center stage as the region’s premier two-wheeler event.
Spanning four days from August 24 to 27, 2023, at the esteemed World Trade Centre Kuala Lumpur (WTC KL), this ticketed extravaganza offers multiple entries across various show segments. Concert tickets are sold separately.