KLCC’s 2014 Q4 Expected to be Strong

December 7, 2014

The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) will end 2014 on a high note. The venue reports that it will host a total of 21 medium- to large-sized events in October, November and December. These events will attract a total of 538,000 participants. Some of the larger events include: the PIKOM PC Fair, Malaysia International Jewellery Festival, Greentech & Eco Products Exhibition, International Baby Expo, Facon Education Fair and the HOMEDEC exhibition.

KLCC general manager, Alan Pryor, commented, “The loyalty afforded to us by our clients since opening has been second to none. We are grateful for their continuing support as returning clients attest to our continuing delivery of quality products and services with flexible, innovative and value-added solutions to meet their evolving needs.”

The venue opened in mid-2005, and since that time it has recorded a total of more than 16.8 million visitors to nearly 9,500 events with a reported economic impact of an estimated US$1.58 billion to the Malaysian economy.

 

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