(Marketingmagazine.com.my) –United Kingdom based, live event production company, Liquid Media recently extended its network to Kuala Lumpur with the agency already working for a host of local brands including iM4U and ASTRO.
Operating throughout Europe and across the world, Liquid Media produces conferences, product launches, award ceremonies, road shows and outdoor events.
The Liquid Media Group has become increasingly involved with the creation of live events in Singapore, Manila and Bangkok. Having seen significant growth in South East Asia, Liquid Media Group has decided to make Kuala Lumpur it’s Asian network office.
Already working with a host of global clients including BP, Airbus, BMW and MINI, some of the notable events managed by Liquid Media Group include an aircraft reveal and a factory opening for Airbus UK and international conferences in Singapore, Malaysia and Philippines for the Leadership team of BP.
The agency has already begun working with local clients such as iM4U which they recently ran the brand’s office launch and Fun Day. Their other clients include ASTRO , Cyberjaya Development , Paramount Corporation and Proton Edar.
Commenting on the launch, Liquid Media’s Group Chairman, Doug Jones said:
“The MICE business in this region is expected to grow rapidly and with the opening of our Malaysian operations, we are confident that we will be able to help manage our clients’ needs more effectively and efficiently.”
“People are at the core of business in today’s world and having the right people in place is essential for success. Our mantra has always been that we are seen as an extension of our client’s team.”
Doug shared that Liquid Media Communications Malaysia will be spearheaded by its Chief Executive Officer, Desmond Flaivel.
“As an industry veteran, Desmond is the right person to lead the way in Asia, with a wealth of local knowledge and an enviable track record in live event management and production having successfully run businesses across Asia in the past.” added Doug.
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