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FHM 2017
26 – 29 September, 2017
The 14th Malaysian International Exhibition of Food, Drinks, Hotel, Restaurant & Foodservice Equipment, Supplies, Services & Related Technology.  Packed with content including wine appreciation classes, quality conference alongside informative seminars on a whole host of topics, FHM has something for everyone in the food and hospitality industry to look forward to.
Organized by Malaysian Exhibition Services at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC)
For more info: foodandhotel.com/home/index.php

28 September – 1 October, 2017
Livestock Malaysia is specifically designed to introduce cutting-edge solutions by inviting professionals, decision makers and end-users in the livestock industry to attend this event.  Hosted by the Department of Veterinary Services (DVS), Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry Malaysia, the event has garnered strong support from the Federation of Livestock Farmers’ Associations of Malaysia (FLFAM), the World Poultry Science Association (WPSA) and the Veterinary Association of Malaysia (VAM).  Livestock Malaysia 2017 is the event that will bring together thousands of decision makers including integrators, farmers, feed millers, pre-mixers, meat processors, slaughter houses, veterinarians, distributors, retailers and other industry.
Organized by UBM at the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS)
For more info: www.livestockmalaysia.com

IGEM 2017
11 – 13 October, 2017
Building up from the tremendous platform cemented in 2016, IGEM 2017 will guarantee you even more features and highlights from market leaders in this dynamic industry. Providing trade visitors and exhibitors with a platform to strengthen networking and to keep up with technology surrounding green initiatives.
Organized by Malaysian Exhibition Services at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC)
For more info: www.igem.my/home/index.php

19 – 20 October, 2017
This two day conference designed for stakeholders from the oil palm and timber sectors, investors, local and regional entrepreneurs, policy makers, academia, and NGOs.  This event will accelerate the integration of Malaysian Biomass Industry Players into the global supply chain.  As a country rich in natural resources, Malaysia has the potential to be an important player in the overall value chain and has the potential to open doors to biomass based investments in the region.
Organized by AIM, SPU, and MITI at the Borneo Convention Centre, Kuching
For more info: ibcm.my

24 – 26 October, 2017
Technology and Innovation | Green Financing | Low Carbon Communities.  The APRSCP is formed to foster dialog and partnerships through multi-stakeholder dialogue to enhance and strengthen cooperation in the development and implementation of SCP strategies and to promote best practices, programs, local initiatives, and lessons learned on SCP related projects in Asia and the Pacific.
Organized by ENSEARCH and APRSCP at MITC, Melaka
For more info: www.aprscp2017.org

26 October, 2017
Comprised of both a Day Program and an evening Awards Ceremony and Dinner, the MDBC Innovation & Sustainability Awards (MISA) will be an exciting, informative, and competitive day to showcase the best practices of the top competitors in this year’s Awards.  With a record number of entries this year, this promises to be a highly contested event.  Come join us and find out who’s the best of the Best!
Organized by MDBC at the DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur
For more info:  www.mdbc.com.my/misa

October – December, 2017
The Coalition for Business Integrity is offering a ‘Foundation of Market Economics’ course by Dr. Carmelo and hosted by IDEAS.  Economic Theory is probably going through its worst period in terms of reputation.  In fact, the inability of mainstream economics to adequately understand the recent economic crisis, the so – called Great Recession, has shown how far academic theory has moved from the understanding of economic reality.  Is it possible to reconcile theory and reality?  The attempt of the Foundations of Market Economics course goes in such a direction.  It will provide a basic understanding of economic phenomena, starting from the relationship between individuals and the surrounding reality, and adopt a free market perspective, believing not only that a better understanding of economics can be obtained by increasing the knowledge of individual ontology, but also that such ontology can generate better fruits in the realm of freedom.  The course will be divided into two parts with the first six classes providing the necessary theoretical background to understand economic facts.  Six more classes are then designed to apply such background to policy cases.
Organized by CBI at the F4 Taman Tunku, Bukit Tunku, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
For more info: www.cbi.org.my