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July 2019

MDBC / BCSDM: Breakfast Talk on Sustainable Supply Chain

July 18 @ 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Dear MDBC members, The move towards sustainable supply chains has gained traction over the years and can be seen everywhere from small, local businesses to large multinational companies.  Sustainable procurement goes beyond just improving purchasing performance and costs, it tackles human rights issues, reduces environmental impact, and promotes mutually beneficial relationships with suppliers and stakeholders, all of which, play an integral part in enhancing business operations and improving the lives of communities companies operate in. By implementing ISO 20400, companies…

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MDBC / EUMCCI: ICW DG MyIPO

July 31 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Dear MDBC members, A sustainable society relies heavily on continuous improvement that is driven by creativity and innovation.  Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) are key to safeguarding this, as well as the resulting improvement and wealth generation, from the threats of counterfeiting, plagiarism, infringement, and other forms of unlawful conduct. Join us as we dive deep into the Malaysian IPR landscape to further our understanding of, and learn to navigate intelligently, the legal processes involved in solidifying protection for patents, brands,…

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August 2019

MDBC / EUMCCI: ICW Empowering Women

August 1 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Dear MDBC members, Malaysian women are very important contributors to the country's economic and social development.  Improving women's access to jobs and economic opportunities could significantly boost the productivity of the nation.  While the Malaysian government recognizes the potential economic contribution from women, it does not address the issue of 'disappearing women' in more senior, managerial, and decision - making positions.  Particularly in the corporate sector, the higher you look, the less women you see. As the Malaysian government continues…

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