OBESarawak Industry Related News – May 2020
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Although our doors are open, we care about everyone’s safety including yours. We strongly urge that you continue to conduct all appointments with our team online or via phone.

Should your visit to our office be absolutely necessary, please adhere to the following measures:

  • Prior to your visit, let us know in advance the purpose of your meeting and the officer involved by calling
    082 242 516 or call the officer you intend to meet via their mobile.
  • Walk-ins to our office are highly discouraged.
  • Visitors must adhere to all precautionary measures from the Management of Plaza Aurora and Business Events Sarawak by wearing a face mask, practising social distancing, hand sanitisation and temperature scanning etc.

Our team is doing their best when serving you, therefore we ask for your full cooperation during this period.

Thank you and stay safe!

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RoS order to postpone conferences, general assemblies still stands

The special order by the Registrar of Societies (RoS) instructing all registered organisations in the country to postpone any conference or general assembly until June 30 still stands, said RoS Sarawak director Georgina Apphia Ngau

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Business Events Council Malaysia appeals to the government to restart business

The association has submitted new standard operating procedures to demonstrate its state of preparedness and distinguish business events from mass gatherings

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MyCEB launches digital education platform to revitalise business events industry

The Malaysia Convention and Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB) has launched an online education platform in collaboration with the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre to invigorate Malaysia’s business events industry.

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The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) composes guidelines for reopening hotels and restaurants

WTTC released global protocols and measures titled “Safe Travels” for the hotels/hospitality and retail sectors. It plans to release guidelines for other sectors including aviation, cruise and tour operators in the coming weeks.

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UFI publishes global framework for reopening exhibitions

The framework is designed to give appropriate authorities confidence to allow exhibitions to reopen based on the assured implementation of agreed health and safety standards.

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Partnerships and Collaboration: Now Even More Essential

Partnerships enable an organisation to be able to do things they would not necessarily be able to on their own.

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4 Misconceptions About Virtual Events — and 4 New Habits to Develop Now

Replacing these four misconceptions about learning with new habits will create virtual learning experiences where humans connect, reset, and grow.

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5 Ways to Use the COVID-19 Crisis to Rethink the Association Model

There are five central reasons why innovation has typically lagged at associations and systems and technology haven’t been updated.

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