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Venue for the World Innovation Forum 2012 (WIF-KL 2012)


Venue & Dates:
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA - view venue
12-14 November 2013 (Tuesday - Thursday)


World Innovation Forum-Kuala Lumpur 2013 (WIF-KL 2013) aspires to create a new culture of innovation, and is to be held at the epicentre of economic growth, emerging technologies and innovation in Asia. WIF-KL 2013 is jointly organised by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) and the Malaysian Innovation Foundation/Yayasan Inovasi Malaysia (YIM). YIM has formed a collaborative effort with My Events Sdn Bhd to jointly organize the WIF-KL exhibition.

WIF-KL 2013 is a testament of the previous Kuala Lumpur Innovation Forums (KLIF) organised by YIM in 2010 and 2011. KLIF was rebranded as WIF-KL in 2012 due its success and demand for a truly global platform to deliberate on all aspects of innovation. We are expecting more than 1,500 delegates from over 25 countries to participate in the forum and more than 10,000 visitors to visit the exhibition. It will showcase a wide range of innovations such as grassroots, product innovation, education, research, commercialization and integration of innovation to propel the region toward high-income advanced economy nations.

The global economy has changed tremendously over the years and innovation has emerged as the key driver to propel nations forward up the value chain. WIF-KL 2013 will provide the perfect platform for all key stakeholders from policy makers, academicians, private sectors to and the public. This is where ideas are seen as seeds of tangible outcomes; where even ideas that seem to be off-tangent and radical are internalized and made achievable through careful and innovative deliberation. WIF-KL 2013 is definitely not just your average conference.





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