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Old September 7th, 2009, 08:59 AM   #1
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KOTA KINABALU | Sabah International Convention Complex Developments News

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Yayasan Sabah Group inks MoU, MoA with 17 partners
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KOTA KINABALU: The Yayasan Sabah Group (YSG) yesterday signed Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) and Memoranda of Agreement (MoAs) with 17 various organisations ranging from education providers, Information Communication Technology (ICT) developers, hospitality industry to financial institution.

The partnerships are to add a new dimension to YSG’s development expansion programmes through institutional collaboration and linkages between YSG and top institutions and agencies within and outside Malaysia, said Yayasan Sabah director, Tan Sri Datu Khalil Datu Haji Jamalul.

“For the Yayasan Sabah Group, these partnerships also represent a significant milestone in our effort to broaden the development programmes in particular towards complementing and supplementing the Sabah Development Corridor agenda,” he said.

He cited that through the MoU and MoA, they hoped to turn Sabah into animation and multimedia hubs for East Malaysia to produce local talents with local content to meet the rising global demand and opportunities.

The animation and multimedia market is expected to be worth USD 644 billion by 2009, he said.

“The establishment of an animation centre by YSG is part of efforts to accelerate growth of the nation’s multimedia technology industry undertaken by the MDec, the agency that runs Malaysia’s Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC).

“At this stage, YSG through Kolej Yayasan Sabah (KYS) has initiated collaboration with Elite Animation Sdn Bhd, a renowned local ICT (Information Communication Technology) based company in producing skilled professionals in animation and multimedia artistic technology,” he said.

Meanwhile, YSG’s MOU with Servio Management Consultant Sdn Bhd will focus on the commercial potential in the Yayasan Sabah Forest Management Area, in particular, the conservation areas in terms of health and high-end tourism.

“As conservation, environment and climate change are important current issues worldwide, we hope any development in this area will look into all issues favouring the protection of our environment,” Khalil said.

He added that the signing marked a key milestone in the first phase of development of the Sabah International International Convention Centre (SICC) project, which will consist of an iconic 5,000-pax convention centre and 600-room 5-star hotel at Likas Bay as YSG enters formally into working relationships with joint venture partners, financiers and engineering consultants.

YSG also signed the MOUs with Far East Consortium International Limited and AmInvest Bank who will act as YSG’s finance consultants.

On education, Khalil said that YSG has aspirations to become a regional hub for educational, training and research excellence.

He also said that they have been successful in attracting a number of foreign institutions to Sabah, either through joint-venture programmes or through the establishment of regional offices.

“We are also seeing a growing number of students, trainees, industrialists and investors in Sabah given our competitiveness and favourable environment,” he said.

The signatories during the event were Nilai University College (NUC), Angkatan Hebat Sdn Bhd (AHSB), Maritime Innovative Technology Services (MITS), Tanjung Aru Hotel Sdn Bhd, Borneo Eco Healing Centre Sdn Bhd (BEHC), International Institute of Plantation Management of Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM), Elite Animation Sdn Bhd, KL International Flying Academy, Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL), AmInvestment Bank, Perunding Shahelmey dan Rakan-Rakan Sdn Bhd, Sistem Konsult Sdn Bhd, Jurukur Bahan Konsultant (Sabah), Far East Consortium International Limited (FECIL), National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), El-Attal Group Brothers and Servio Management Consultant Sdn Bhd.

Present to witness the signings was Deputy Chief Minister and State Infrastructure Development Minister Datuk Raymond Tan Shu Kiah.
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Convention centre that can pack 5,000 soon
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Kota Kinabalu: An international-class convention centre with more than 5,000 seating capacity and a five-star hotel is on the cards following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between London and Central European Investment Ltd (LCEI) and Innoprise Corporation Sdn Bhd (ICSB), here, Monday.

Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman, who witnessed the signing ceremony at Shangri-La's Tanjung Aru Resort, said the London-based LCEI was very keen to engage in business ventures and undertakings in Sabah.

"It is willing to explore, develop and implement viable investment opportunities with ICSB," he said.

ICSB, on the other hand, was also eager to enter into a smart business partnership with LCEI by providing a conducive environment to enable the company to invest in Sabah.

He said ICSB would complement the international convention centre and assist with the selection of a reputable European operator to market the facilities and also to develop, market and sell apartments and villas in the world-class holiday resort.

Apart from the tourism facility, he said LCEI was also interested in the development and establishment of an integrated petroleum complex and other related services in the oil and gas sectors.

In addition, the property development-based company would be looking into development of integrated forestry plantations and the establishment of power generation facilities using bio-mass and bio-fuel.

Musa, who is also Finance Minister, said the MoU was the product of a visit to the UK in April, this year.

"I strongly believe that this MoU will bring about mutual benefits to the parties concerned," he said.

LCEI Chairman, Robin Warwick Edwards, said Sabah is really fortunate to be situated in a very strategic location in the region.

"Sabah is at the epicentre of the fastest growing region in the world. Japan is at your doorstep including China and India," he said.

In this respect, he said the Government must prepare its economy and infrastructure for the future but at the same time, preserve the State's natural beauty.

According to him, the company liked what it heard about Sabah during the meeting with Musa in London in April.

While LCEI is not expecting to sign any deals during its visit here, he said they just want to discover the opportunities in business.

Yayasan Sabah Director Tan Sri Datu Khalil Datu Jamalul, meanwhile, said Edwards' entourage would be visiting some of YS operations including Danum Valley Conservation Area Field Centere and Innoprise-Face Foundation Carbon Sequestration project (Infapro).

He said the entourage would have the opportunity to meet up with the organisers of the Sabah International Expo 2008 as well as members of the Sabah Federation of Manufacturers.

The culmination, he said, would be a final discussion and wrap-up session and a specific business matching session towards the latter part of the visit.
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Sabah to launch event complex
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A new convention centre and bureau are underway

SABAH The Malaysian state of Sabah will open the Sabah International Convention Complex in 2012. The complex will be located at Likas Bay, 15 minutes from Kota Kinabalu, and 40 minutes from the international airport.

Facilities will include a five-star hotel, 6,500 sqm exhibition hall, a convention hall seating 6,600 delegates, a ballroom and a 650-seat auditorium.

The state government plans to launch a dedicated convention bureau with the complex’s developers, Sabah Foundation.
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Any updates for this SICC project? Is this project still going on?

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KOTA KINABALU CONVENTION CITY

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The project includes a five-star hotel, premium office tower, landmark condominium tower and four-storey shopping mall, as well as three star hotel and apartment suites tower and commercial shophouses, integrated into a mixed use complex that takes advantage of framed views of offshore islands and proximity to the Convention Centre and future Cruise Ship Terminal.
Following submission of the initial Planning Submission to local authorities, ML Design will continue to work with MKA on the architectural design refinements of the project.
"It was refreshing for me to be able to engage actively with the MLD team in tackling the various design issues during the workshop. The MLD team not only overcame some tricky constraints (site, authorities, local culture) but during the process, was able to identify many opportunities that would add value to this complex mixed-development (music to us developer's ear). I observed that the various MLD personnel, each with their respective skill set was able to collaborate in a very harmonious and professional demeanor with a sprinkling of humour that foster creativity. The overall result achieved in a very compressed time frame was very encouraging and an endorsement of the talents within MLD."
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