Zain & Co is a full service law firm which is committed to combining technical expertise with commercial awareness. We are dedicated to the delivery of quality – in our people, the environment we create for them and the services we provide. Our clients are at the heart of our practice. We represent private individuals as well as large public and private multinational corporations in all sectors of the Malaysian business community. We are committed to integrity and are dedicated to providing exceptional quality and prompt attention to our clients. Some of our largest clients have retained our services since the inception of our practice in 1970. We are the Malaysian member of Meritas, a worldwide alliance of corporate and commercial law firms in more than 70 countries. Meritas members are independent law firms with full service, corporate and commercial law practices. Continued membership with Meritas is subject to periodic evaluation and review process, with a view towards providing the highest quality of service. As a Meritas member, Zain & Co is equipped to provide international services and to advise on cross-border transactions.

The Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel welcomes you with warm Malaysian hospitality. We are conveniently located within the business and commercial district, making it easy for you to get to your workplace and city attractions. Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel is a relaxing oasis in the heart of bustling Kuala Lumpur, home to one of the world’s tallest buildings. Enter this stately landmark and rediscover an era of elegance while taking advantage of the stylish and refreshing amenities and comforts we offer the modern world traveller.

The Federation of Public Listed Companies Bhd. (FPLC) is an umbrella body committed to the holistic and multi-faceted development of Malaysian PLCs. Its role is to educate, develop, promote, enhance, position and profile professionalism, corporate governance, value creation, quality assurance and competitiveness of FPLC members. The body also provides a platform for discussion on industry-level issues and challenges with regulatory authorities, private sector bodies and other institutions as well as promoting the healthy development of the capital market in Malaysia. The FPLC helps companies by serving as a platform for networking, cross selling and strategic alliances with local and global corporate players and/or corporate stakeholders and offers investors the chance to identify FPLC members easily and raise their profiles in belonging to a prestigious industry group.

At Iclif, we help organizations develop leaders who will thrive in a rapidly changing Asia where businesses are growing beyond their home borders, and where employees need to be able to “think globally and act locally” – collaborate across boundaries; find and serve customers across boundaries. We bring together East and West in our approach because we believe that 21st century Asian businesses must create their own fresh and new ways of leading. We pride ourselves on creating learning material that is both practical and usable, and that aims to help people tap into their own highest and best values and behaviors. Our world class faculty of published authors and regular columnists bring their expertise and different experiences and mental models to bear when designing, developing and delivering program to our clients, and we partner with only the best in their domains. Iclif is set-up in 2003 and backed by Bank Negara Malaysia.

The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) of Malaysia is the government agency tasked with promoting and safeguarding Malaysian interests in the international trade arena and spurring the development of industrial activities. MITI’s vision is to make Malaysia the preferred investment destination and among the most globally competitive trading nations by 2020. Its stated mission is to promote and strategies Malaysia’s global competitiveness in international trade by producing high value added goods and services, and to spur the development of industrial activities towards enhancing Malaysia’s economic growth for achieving developed nation status by 2020. MITI plans, legislates and implements policies on international trade, industrial development and investment, encourages foreign and domestic investments, promotes Malaysia’s exports of manufacturing products and enhances national productivity and competitiveness in the manufacturing sector.

iKARRTiNi established since 1990 is a Malaysian identity. It represents what is truly Malaysian. Our brand encompasses our history, culture, art and style. It marries the traditional with the contemporary to form an iconic brand that Malaysians can be proud of. Batik is an ancient art form that is iKARRTiNi’s identity. By choosing an art form as her core is in itself a proclamation of her devotion to creativity. Her quest to preserve this art form so as to be relevant to the present and the future requires constant innovation. It is iKARRTiNi’s intention to preserve and sustain this cultural tradition and share it with world. Though schooled in business, Kartini Illias, owner/designer of iKARRTiNi has always had a deep passion for the Arts and she expresses her love through iKARRTiNi. She continues to steer iKARRTiNi to greater heights remaining steadfast to the Company’s values of being:
• Creative • Superior Quality
• Innovative • Passionate
• Enterprising • Driven
Besides batik iKARRTiNi supports other traditional Malaysian crafts including various metal crafts, wood crafts and even ceramics.

Founded in 2007, Yayasan Tuanku Nur Zahirah is a foundation under the royal patronage of Her Majesty the Queen of Malaysia, Seri Paduka Baginda Raja Permaisuri Agong Tuanku Nur Zahirah. It aims to preserve and enhance indigenous craft and heritage while helping to improve the livelihoods of artisans, weavers and craftsmen- “Improving Lives through Heritage”. By tapping into the rich heritage as a platform through which they can help underprivileged communities in rural areas gain reasonable and sustainable income, the YTNZ’s scope and focus areas are determined by the following criteria:
• Improvements of income and living standards, benefiting a sizeable segment of underprivileged communities
• Preservation and enhancement of indigenous craft and heritage
• Potential for growth & sustainability


Eva Soo, who heads World Flower Connection, is a famous Malaysian flower design expert who graduated from Japan and conducts numerous flower design workshops and courses throughout Malaysia, Asia, China and the Middle East. She is President and Ambassador of Blooms World Flower and is mentor to The Sultan Mizal Royal Foundation for the youth of Terengganu in flower design training. Ms Soo specialises in Royal and VIP flower decoration, wedding functions and flower arrangements for birthdays, anniversaries and other special occasions. She has represented Malaysia in global events such as the Chelsea Flower Show as well as world flower demonstrations and exhibitions.