This week has seen Benoy host two delegate meetings in the Monkwell Studio, London.
On Monday, Benoy played host to a Presidential delegates meeting, ‘Partnership Opportunities for Infrastructure Sector in Indonesia’.
Head of London Studios, David Ellis was on hand to meet and greet the delegates, offering an introduction to Benoy. This was followed by a presentation given by Graha Yudha Pratma, Advisor for Infrastructure Programmes, Executuce Office of The President of The Republic of Indonesia.
The second delegate meeting was in the form of a breakfast roundtable, focussed on Malaysian activity, ‘Kuala Lumpur as the Commonwealth Gateway to ASEAN’.
The meeting was in association with Invest Kuala Lumpur and CWEIC, the membership organisation that has a mandate to promote trade, investment and the role of the private sector across the Commonwealth.
Kicked off with an introduction by Global Creative Director, Jon Fielding, Jacqueline Beckingham and Simon Poole of Benoy were also present to offer their expertise in the area. The breakfast session provided an opportunity for large corporates to learn more about the opportunity presented by Kuala Lumpur as a gateway to the ASEAN region and to learn about the top UK companies that are already operating in the region.
Among the twenty two delegates in attendance were the likes of Lord Marland, Chairman, Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council and Datuk Zainal Amanshah, CEO, Invest KL.
Pictured Benoy project, Four Seasons Place, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia