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‘A Day in the Life of…’ at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre

Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre  staff members
Over 20 team members from the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre shared their working experience with more than 70 colleagues from the hospitality and tourism industry at the inaugural event of Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau’s (MyCEB) ‘A Day in the Life of…’ series.

From Housekeeping and Front and Back-of-House to Sales & Marketing, Event Coordination and Culinary, participants were given an insight into how the various departments work together to ensure the success of every client event; big and small, at the country’s premier convention facility.

Thanking MyCEB for choosing the Centre for the series’ inaugural event, Alan Pryor, the Centre’s General Manager, said the Centre is always happy to be able to engage with, foster better understanding of, as well as share experiences and technology with, their counterparts as this is one way of contributing to the overall growth and development of Malaysia’s business tourism industry.

“I hope participants found their time at the Centre well-spent and am confident the remaining subjects of this knowledge-sharing series will be of benefit to the local industry supply chain. Only by understanding how each aspect of the industry operates and how we may be able to work together, can we attract more international events to the country and grow Malaysia’s business tourism footprint globally.”

The ‘A Day in the Life of…’ series was conceptualised by MyCEB to give those in the tourism industry the opportunity to learn and gain an insight into the various areas that make up the Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) sector.

Pictured: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre team members and participants of the Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau’s (MyCEB) first ‘a Day in the Life of…’ event hosted by the Centre take one for the album.

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