OBESarawak Industry Related News – June 2020
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All bodies, organisations can have meetings with 250 people max as of July 1

Putrajaya announced today that all meetings, conferences, seminars, courses and training workshops will be allowed to operate as of July 1 with attendance not exceeding 250 people.

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Fewer restrictions from July 1

Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture has also come up with SOP for government and private events and business events which include annual meetings for associations and non-governmental organisations, which would take effect immediately

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Business Events Council Malaysia (BECM) welcomes government’s decision to resume business events

BECM has welcomed the Malaysian government’s decision to reopen the business events sector, allowing the industry to host domestic events with up to 250 participants effective immediately.

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Exhibitions key to jumpstart Malaysia's economy - MACEOS

Face-to-face exhibitions have the potential to reconnect, restart and rebuild communities and economies amid the COVID-19 crisis, according to the Malaysian Association of Convention and Exhibition Organisers and Suppliers (MACEOS).

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Sarawak starts with domestic travel

In an effort to kick start Sarawak’s recovery in the tourism sector, Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Sarawak, Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah said that the state is shifting its strategy, to focus on ASEAN and domestic markets.

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Sarawak in federal's priority list for tourism development

Sarawak is in the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry's priority list for tourism infrastructure development, said Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri.

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Pullman shares new norms for events

Social distancing is also enforced in all common areas where floor markings, floor tape, easels, barriers, and signage are designed to develop a social distancing culture at all areas.

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