The Malaysia Chapter of Virtually Malaysia
Celebrates Its 20th Year With a Virtual Event
The Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE) is returning to the country in the form of a virtual
conference from 21 to 25 March 2022. In its twentieth year, MTE celebrated its 20th anniversary
in the midst of a pandemic and other challenges virtual conference Malaysia. With the help of the technology, MTE has
expanded its global reach beyond its local borders and has become a vital source of funding and
collaboration opportunities for innovators. The Innovation Awards Programme welcomed 642
cutting-edge innovations from sixteen countries, as well as a large number of international
The Malaysia Chapter has launched its year 2020 with a virtual event. The upcoming webinar on
“Public Health Indoors” was presented by Samantha Allen, a sustainability expert with
accreditations in LEED, BREEAM, and WELL. In addition, she has previously managed the
market development of the WELL Building Standard in South East Asia. The webinar ended with
an interactive Q&A session wherein she shared her knowledge on the state of the industry and
what to expect in the next year.
For the year 2020, the Malaysia Chapter has organized its first virtual event. A webinar on
“Public Health Indoors” was presented by Samantha Allen, a sustainability expert and
sustainability professional with accreditations in BREEAM and LEED. She has also previously
been in charge of the market development of the WELL Building Standard in South East Asia.
The webinar was followed by a panel discussion where attendees could ask questions and seek
Virtually Malaysia specializes in virtual conferences and combines technology with a personal
touch. Through the medium of a webinar, they help companies carry out internal and external
conferences, webinars, online trainings, and other events. These events have flexible features
such as real-time presentations, interactive maps, and chat rooms. The format of the webinar
also allows for easy interaction and networking between participants. This allows for seamless
interaction between people across geographical boundaries.
As with many other countries, Malaysia is a growing hub for virtual conferences. Using
technology to connect people around the globe, the Malaysia Chapter is committed to making
the most of these opportunities and continues to support their local and global growth. Its events
also help companies reach a wider audience and provide a more personalized approach to their
business. This type of event can be conducted with ease, and the audience can communicate
with other participants online.
The Malaysia Chapter has launched its next virtual event to celebrate the new year. On 22 April,
Samantha Allen, a sustainability expert with certifications in LEED and BREEAM, presented a
webinar on the topic of public health indoors. The webinar featured a Q&A session, with over 20
participants asking questions and offering insights. The conference will conclude with a keynote
address by the CEO of Virtually Malaysia. In addition, the Virtually Malaysia team has
successfully hosted a virtual conference for the Asia Chapter.