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New Country for IAPCO

Malaysia joins the ranks of IAPCO member countries with the recent addition of AOS Conventions & Events being accepted into membership. "We are delighted to welcome AOS," commented Gonzalo Perez Constanzó. "Malaysia is such an important meetings destination in Asia, it was always surprising that we were not represented there. They will be a much appreciated addition to our Asia contingent which is consistently growing and becoming an influential sector of IAPCO."

"By joining IAPCO, we will now be recognised as a company providing professional conference management services, accredited by IAPCO, a globally recognised organisation," said Anthony Wong, President of AOS. "We believe that our company will enhance IAPCO's global outreach with local solutions, including the sharing of knowledge regarding doing business in Malaysia."

"AOSCE believes that Malaysia is among the best destinations for Business Events," said Aldia Lai, General Manager. "A charming land of friendly people who provide a taste of Asia."