SYBIL organizes the Sabah Business Forum – Jiang Xi, next April

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Kota Kinabalu — The Sabah Young Business and Industry Leaders Association (SYBIL) intends to organize the Sabah Business Forum – Jiang Xi next April.

Its President, Ar. James Wong, stated that the forum will witness the participation of 30 business owners from Jiang Xi province in China to establish networks and explore business opportunities in Sabah.

The proposal was shared during a Meet & Greet introductory session hosted by the Minister of Industrial Development & Entrepreneurship Sabah (MIDE), Datuk Phoong Jin Zhe, along with SYBIL at the MIDE office, Wisma Kewangan, today.

Several executive committee leaders of SYBIL attended, including Vice President Datuk Jade Koh, Vice President Datuk Roger Chin, Secretary Alvis Loo, Treasurer Kevin Lee, Deputy Secretary Precilla Fong, Gordon Pan, and others.

During the visit, James mentioned that SYBIL would collaborate with MIDE to develop cross-border economic relations with other countries, particularly in investment and building various industries in Sabah for the state’s economic growth.

“As a community of young business leaders, we truly want to cooperate with the government to help develop various industries in line with the government’s economic development goals.”

“Opportunities like today, where state leaders can interact with other young business associations like SYBIL, are crucial in helping to develop and address issues for our various industries in Sabah,” he said in a statement today.

In this regard, Phoong also expressed his support for the goals presented by SYBIL and provided feedback and guidance for collaboration with MIDE to facilitate this valuable engagement.

In another development, MIDE and SYBIL will explore joint cooperation towards the CEO Masterclass event, targeting more effective and dynamic events in 2024 that will garner international interest and place Sabah on the map as a destination for young entrepreneurs from across Southeast Asia to learn and grow together.

The meeting between MIDE and SYBIL, held for over an hour, marks the first meeting between the ministry and SYBIL, seen as an effort to proactively engage with the young business community in Sabah.

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