wcit2008 athens04

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Published on March 27, 2008

Author: Jacqueline

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Slide1:  A presentation on Harres Tan International Relations Chairman PIKOM Contents:  Contents Background The Malaysian Advantage Event Summary Theme Location and Venue Accommodations Program Facilities and Logistics Other compelling reasons Slide3:  Background Bid submission is the culmination of 3 years effort through successful collaboration between PIKOM & MDC To date, has received support from Highest level of Malaysian Government ASOCIO’s endorsement at regional level marks its stamp of regional partnership in all aspects relating to potential funding and active participation for the entire region Contents:  Contents Background The Malaysian Advantage Event Summary Theme Location and Venue Accommodations Program Facilities and Logistics Other compelling reasons Slide5:  The Malaysian Advantage Malaysia is a peaceful country inhabited by friendly multi-ethnic people with English as the most widely spoken language PIKOM and MDC truly appreciate the value that World Congress on Information Technology brings Malaysia’s challenge is to make the WCIT2008 the highest attended WCIT event ever Putrajaya, the chosen venue for the event is a world-class convention venue that is accessible by air from all parts of the world …. cont Slide6:  The Malaysian Advantage Malaysian government is pro-ICT and it understands technology issues The strong partnership of PIKOM and MDC to co-host the WCIT2008 ASOCIO’s strong endorsement of PIKOM to host the WCIT2008 event in Malaysia will further ensure its success The Malaysian government has given its full support to bid for the event …. cont Slide7:  The Malaysian Advantage PIKOM has the support from its 400 ICT member companies MDC has more than 900 MSC status companies and the International Advisory Panel (IAP) members are able to contribute in terms of sponsorships, world-class speakers and delegates. PIKOM and MDC have strong financial standing and adequate funding to host the WCIT2008 …. cont Slide8:  The Malaysian Advantage Malaysia is a shoppers’ paradise Visitors to Malaysia will enjoy its rich history and cultural heritage For many consecutive years, CNN Asia voted Kuala Lumpur, the main commercial center of Malaysia, the 3rd cleanest city in Asia after Japan and Singapore Earthquakes, typhoon hurricanes are unheard of in Malaysia Contents:  Contents Background The Malaysian Advantage Event Summary Theme Location and Venue Accommodations Program Facilities and Logistics Other compelling reasons Slide10:  Event Summary Proposed Theme : “Sharing Knowledge for Economic Growth: ICT for Industry, Government and Society” Location : Putrajaya, Malaysia Venue : The Putrajaya Convention Center Expected Attendees : 2,500 – 3,000 Official Language : English. Translation services will be available. Contents:  Contents Background The Malaysian Advantage Event Summary Theme Location and Venue Accommodations Program Facilities and Logistics Other compelling reasons Slide12:  Theme “Sharing Knowledge for Economic Growth: ICT for Industry, Government and Society” At this time of extraordinary technological change, the ability to acquire, create, disperse, utilise and manage knowledge efficiently is crucial WCIT2008 aims to reflect and examine the significance of knowledge sharing in industry, business, government and society Contents:  Contents Background The Malaysian Advantage Event Summary Theme Location and Venue Accommodations Program Facilities and Logistics Other compelling reasons Slide14:  Location and Venue Putrajaya, covering an area of 4,931 hectares of land, is situated 25 kilometres from the capital city of Kuala Lumpur in the north and 20 kilometres from Kuala Lumpur International The KLIA Airport in Sepang is located south of Putrajaya. Slide15:  The Putrajaya Convention Center (PJCC), located on a commanding hill in Putrajaya. Within PJCC, there are 5 halls, 10 conference rooms, 33 meeting rooms, VVIP lounges and restaurants. Location and Venue iii) Facilities include : 4,666.70 m sq Exhibition Hall. 4, 347.46 m sq banquet hall can seat max 4500 cocktail style The largest meeting hall is the Plenary Hall which is 4,302 m sq and can seat 3,000 people Slide16:  Location and Venue Putrajaya Convention Center Slide17:  Location and Venue Putrajaya Convention Center Slide18:  Location and Venue Slide19:  Location and Venue Contents:  Contents Background The Malaysian Advantage Event Summary Theme Location and Venue Accommodations Program Facilities and Logistics Other compelling reasons Slide21:  More than 25,000 rooms available in Putrajaya and surrounding metropolitan areas (Appendix 5). Deluxe room rates range from US$30 (3 star hotels) to US$90 (5 star hotels) Accommodations Contents:  Contents Background The Malaysian Advantage Event Summary Theme Location and Venue Accommodations Program Facilities and Logistics Other compelling reasons Program:  Program Malaysia will continue the WCIT tradition of excellence in providing the very best content in the conference program Already constantly involving the best minds and Captains of Industry in ICT in our MSC initiatives Contents:  Contents Background The Malaysian Advantage Event Summary Theme Location and Venue Accommodations Program Facilities and Logistics Other compelling reasons Slide25:  The Facilities Slide26:  The Facilities Contacts:  Contacts The Association of the Computer and Multimedia Industry of Malaysia (PIKOM) Khoo Hock Aun, Executive Director ([email protected], [email protected]) Multimedia Development Corporation (MDC) Najat Ahmad Marzuki ([email protected], [email protected])

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