Webinar: Sabah Business & Investment Opportunities

Deadline for registration: Monday 24 June 2024 - 2:08 pm (UTC+8)

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Join our webinar with state agencies and key stakeholders to learn how to grow your business in Sabah.

Situated on the stunning island of Borneo, Sabah offers a plethora of investment opportunities. As the second-largest state in Malaysia, its strategic geographical location makes it a gateway to regional markets. Moreover, its rich natural heritage, including marine resources and exceptional biodiversity, creates thriving prospects in ecotourism and agro-industries.

Sabah is also equipped with rapidly developing infrastructures, such as modern ports and special economic zones, facilitating commercial exchanges and business expansion. Additionally, the Sabah government offers attractive tax incentives and business-friendly policies to encourage investments and economic growth.

Below are several key sectors that offer significant investment opportunities. These key sectors align with Sabah 's development strategies, present various opportunities for domestic and foreign investors.

Join us for a webinar with various state agencies and key stakeholders to understand how you can develop and grow your business in Sabah.

Date           : Tuesday, 25 June 2023
Time          : 15h00 – 16h00
Program  :

Introduction by CCI France Malaysia & Germain Thomas , Executive Committee Malaysian International Chamber Of Commerce & Industry (MICCI)


Opportunities & Challenges in Doing Business in Sabah by Datuk Lee Swi Heng, Chairman of the Executive Committee of Sabah, Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce & Industry (MICCI)

Presentation by Invest Sabah

Presentation by the Energy Commission of Sabah (ECoS)

Testimonials by French companies based in Sabah


Conclusion by Michel Lozach and proposed program for Business Delegation to Sabah in 2025


End of webinar

A link to access the webinar will be shared with you before the event once we have received your registration.

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