IGEM 2010, 14 – 17, October, 2010


Asia, today, is the world’s largest manufacturing hub and is emerging as the new nexus of potent force in promoting eco-products and green technologies. Against a backdrop of increasing consumer awareness concerning global climate change and demand for green products, many businesses are Going Green.

The United Nations, European Union, North America and countries such as Japan and Korea have enacted legislations and regulations to support green purchasing. These countries are also the world’s largest consumers of goods and services, and their consumption preference will severely impact on the way that goods are manufactured in Asia.

In realization of this new trend, Asia is also in the race to produce low carbon green technology and eco-products. Products such as paper, office supplies, motor cars, office automation equipment (computers, printers etc.), furniture, clothing, food, lighting equipment and household appliances; as well as services including banking, construction, cleaning, printing, hotels, transportation and electricity supply are currently being subjected to green procurement by the government.

The Malaysian Government has taken proactive action to establish the new Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water to help spur industries and institutions to be eco-technological innovators in the field of eco-design, eco-materials, eco-products and services, as well as low carbon Green Technologies.

IGEM2010 incorporating ECOEX aims to provide an essential platform to feature innovative eco-products, green technologies and services. It is a prestigious venue where green product buyers and sellers meet and conduct transactions.

IGEM2010, which will be a bi-annual event, is positioned to take lead and gather industry players and professionals from various sectors, public and private, big and small, local and foreign, new as well as established, to explore and seize the many opportunities from the exciting and emerging green market in the country and the region.

This four-day event is expected to draw on more than 600 companies / organizations from around the world and over 120,000 visitors. Don’t miss out on the green opportunities and register your participation now.

14 – 15 October 2010 10.30 am – 6.00 pm Trade Visitors Only
16 October 2010 10.30 am – 6.00 pm Trade & Public Visitors
17 October 2010 10.30 am – 5.00 pm Trade & Public Visitors

at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

For more information, please visit www.igem.com.my

Malaysia International Food & Beverage (MIFB), 22 – 24 July 2010


Over the last 10 years, MIFB has evolved to become the leading trade event for the food and beverage industry in Malaysia. Naturally, it is also progressing and establishing itself as one of the most anticipated events in the region. With an ever expanding galore of flavorfully innovative and sumptuously new products and services, it offers huge opportunities for food industry players from all over the world to explore trade and networking opportunities at all market levels.

Building on the successful theme of “Serving You a Multi-billion Dollar Global Marketplace” which describes and reinforces the size and magnitude of the food & beverage industry, MIFB 2010 also highlights the entire spectrum of the Malaysian indigenous F & B products and services while also serving as a springboard for foreign producers to dive into the domestic, the regional, as well as the huge world food marketplace. As the focal meeting place, MIFB 2010 continues its role to be the platform that attracts both domestic and international participants who come to interact, transact, source and procure products and services.


Malaysia – Where The World Trades

  • The world’s 18th most competitive country and 21st largest exporter
  • Ranked 9th position in economic performance
  • Top placing amongst 29 economies with US20,000 or less in GDP per capita
  • 2nd largest contributors to intra-Asean trade
  • Largest trading partner to China from Asean
  • Global linkages as former Chairman of the Organization of Islamic Conference
  • Top trading partners are USA, Japan, China, Singapore and Thailand
  • Major food imports: dairy products, sugar & sugar confectionery, cereals, processed fruits & vegetables, marine products, meat & live animals, tea & milk, spices and honey
  • Major food exports: cocoa & cocoa preparations, margarine & shortening, flour preparation, processed seafood, pepper and tropical fruits

Click here http://www.trademal.com/events/2010/mifb2010.reg.php if you would like to register yourself as an exhibitor/visitor/media.

For more information, please visit www.mifb.com.my

Cosmobeaute 2010

Following an extensive research on the beauty industry in Southeast Asia, it was brought to light that the majority of beauty shows in the region were B2C oriented (Business t COnsumer – where the products and services exhibited were targeted at the public) and not B2B (Business to Business – where exhibitors cater specifically to the beauty professionals in the industry such as salon and spa owners, beauty academy students and potential investors in the beauty trade).

ECMI Trade Fairs SEA thus conceptualised and launched Cosmobeauté, a very first beauty trade exhibition in Southeast Asia that caters to beauty professionals such as importers, distributors, professional beauticians, spa therapists, etc.

 There have been similar international beauty shows organised in Europe and independent shows in Asia but to date, there was no one show that aimed at a regional platform for the Southeast Asia market.

 The project team behind the flagship CosmoBeauté series of events has extensive knowledge of the beauty, spa and wellness industry. With a combined experience of more than 50 years in organizing international trade shows. ECMI organizes CosmoBeauté Asia in Kuala Lumpur, CosmoBeauté Indonesia in Jakarta and CosmoBeauté Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh annually. It is the only event organizer in the region to bring such a premier trade event in South East Asia.

The mission of CosmoBeauté series events is to bridge exhibitors with up and coming markets in South East Asia for cosmetics, beauty, spa & wellness equipment and products.




For more information, please visit www.cosmobeauteasia.com