Kuala Lumpur Is a Popular Choice Amongst International Associations

10 international associations have selected the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre to host their events between 2017 and 2020.

These include the Asia Pacific Regional Volunteer Conference 2017, Asia Pacific Retailers Convention & Exhibition (APRCE) 2017, the International Palm Oil Congress (PIPOC) 2017International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) World Library and Information Congress 2018 and 62nd International Statistical Institute World Statistics Congress (ISI WSC) 2019, to name a few. These events are expected to attract over 500,000 delegates and visitors to the Centre.

Elaborating on the Centre’s client centricity, Alan Pryor, General Manager, explained: As a purpose-built facility, we are able to deliver to the customised needs of associations and the flexibility to adapt our venue to meet the changing needs in meeting design, technology and the diverse food and beverage needs of multi-cultural attendees with various dietary preferences.”

The Centre’s expansion also continues to progress and is due to be completed in mid-2019. The extension will provide an additional 10,000 sqm of flexible and multi-purpose space, which means more room to comfortably accommodate larger exhibitions and international association meetings allowing new and current clients to grow their  events significantly.

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