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Slide 1: 1 Global Public Policy Conference 2005 A Presentation on by LEE Boon Kok Chairman Contents : Contents Introduction The Hosts The Location The Program The Facilities The Additional Attractions Progress To Date Slide 3: 3 Introduction Background Malaysia via PIKOM and MDC bided and won the rights to host GPPC 2003 GPPC 2003 deferred to GPPC2005 due to general fear of traveling Hosting of GPPC 2003 was initiated by the Multimedia Development Corporation (MDC) Global public policy is one of the main agenda of the MSC Slide 4: 4 Introduction Significance of GPPC 2005 Second WITSA’s GPPC event after an interval of 6 years Excellent timing to examine the impact of ICT policies on the World as many events has taken place (Sept 11, terrorist threats, Iraq war) Contents : Contents Introduction The Hosts The Location The Program The Facilities The Additional Attractions Progress To Date The HostMalaysia – the host country : The HostMalaysia – the host country The Host- Co-Organizers : The Host- Co-Organizers Slide 8: 8 The Host About PIKOM – the host association Formed in 1986 as the Representative Body for the Malaysian ICT Industry Main functions include representations at government forums, trade shows, ICT awards, representations at regional forums and provisions of membership services 440 Member Companies to date Membership commands 80% of the ICT businesses in Malaysia Member of WITSA since 1996 Slide 9: 9 The Host About Multimedia Development Corporation (MDC) Established to facilitate the development of the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) and to expedite the entry of investors into the MSC. Empowered to grant MSC Status to companies wishing to locate their operations in the MSC. 900+ number of MSC status companies to date Slide 10: 10 The Host About Asian Strategy & Leadership Institute (ASLI) Engaged in the research and implementation of strategic leadership programs, publications, conferences, CEO membership forums and international business missions A premier conference organizer providing platforms for the best minds to discuss issues of strategic importance to government and business Contents : Contents Introduction The Hosts The Location The Program The Facilities The Additional Attractions Progress To Date Slide 12: Palace of the Golden Horses Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 6th to 8th Sept 2005 The Location Where and When Slide 13: “Asia’s Most Extraordinary Hotel” - world-class award winning luxury hotel Dedicated convention centre Situated at the shores of a magnificent 150-acre lake in the MINES Resort City The Location Palace of the Golden Horses Slide 14: Host venue for international events including: - Seventh Level Summit of the Group of 15 (1997) 2nd ASEAN informal Summit (1997) Fourth Pacific Dialogue (1998) APEC (1998) Formula One Grand Prix (1999, 2000, 2001) Le Man 2001 (2001) The Location Palace of the Golden Horses Slide 15: 15 The Location When : 6 – 8 Sept 2005 In conjunction with Malaysia ICT Week (First Week of September) Premier world-class ICT event, expected to attract more than 400 exhibitors and 30,000 visitors Components of the ICT week include - High Level Meeting: International Advisory Panel Meeting chaired by the Prime Minister - Parallel conferences - Exhibitions (MSC Expo, National E-Commerce Week Expo, Multimedia Asia Expo) Contents : Contents Introduction The Hosts The Location The Program The Facilities The Additional Attractions Progress To Date Slide 17: 17 The Program - Theme Issues on governance and democracy and their impact on people Global Governance in the Network Economy Focus on the Global Impact of ICT policies and looking beyond governance within countries Slide 18: 18 Contents : Global issues Speakers : World Class Speakers, global representation Activities : Good mix of business & pleasure The Program - Design Principles Contents : Contents Introduction The Hosts The Location The Program The Facilities The Additional Attractions Progress To Date Slide 20: The Facilities KL Sentral KLIA Express KLIA KLIA Contents : Contents Introduction The Hosts The Location The Program The Facilities The Additional Attractions Progress To Date Slide 22: SHOPPING HAVEN Spectacular Shopping Centers within the vicinity Our Additional Attractions KLCC Suria Mid-Valley Mega Mall KLIA Duty Free Mall Slide 23: FOOD A wide variety of local and international cuisine to suit different taste-buds SATAY (Barbecued meat) LOCAL CAKES NASI LEMAK (Coconut Rice) Our Additional Attractions Slide 24: ENTERTAINMENT Indoor and outdoor leisure activities in, around and outside KL Our Additional Attractions Slide 25: Our Additional Attractions - Glimpse of Malaysia Slide 26: Many interesting monuments reflecting Malaysia’s colorful past and historical heritage. KL houses the National Museum and Library where more information about the country’s history, culture and its people are available. Our Additional Attractions - Places of Interests Historical monuments Museums and libraries Slide 27: Being the capital of a multi-cultural country, many colorful cultural and religious festivals can be seen and experienced in KL. Our Additional Attractions - Places of Interests Cultural and religious festivals Near KL are several world-class resorts catering to a variety of tastes ranging from sunny beaches, cool hillsides to exciting forest reserves. Holiday resorts Contents : Contents Introduction The Hosts The Location The Program The Facilities The Additional Attractions Progress To Date Slide 29: 29 Initiated publicity effort to draw interests Program contents and speaker invitations will be launched by July 2004 Sponsorship details will be circulated starting July 2004 Event venue identified and secured Conference Fees – US$500 per person Progress-to-date Slide 30: 30 GPPC 2005 website will be available in July 2004 www.gppc2005.net www.gppc2005.com www.gppc2005.org Progress-to-date Slide 31: Platinum sponsor - USD 30,000 Gold sponsor - USD 20,000 Silver sponsor - USD 10,000 Sponsorship details will be circulated from July 2004 onwards Progress-to-date - Sponsorship Opportunities Slide 32: 32 Progress-to-date - Your Assistance Required Comments on Program Contents Identifying sponsorships Identifying and proposing speakers Attendees Solicitation Slide 33: 33 Contact Information The Association of the Computer and Multimedia Industry of Malaysia (PIKOM) Khoo Hock Aun, Executive Director (info@pikom.org.my, khoo@pikom.org.my) Multimedia Development Corporation (MDC) Najat Ahmad Marzuki (info@mdc.com.my, najat@mdc.com.my) Slide 34: Thank you & See you in Kuala Lumpur

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