SOME 30 high-profiled American businessmen and women from Florida will be in Malaysia from February 27 to March 6 to seek business opportunities in the country.
The business delegation representing 24 US companies will be here under the “Opportunity Malaysia 2005 Trade Mission” organised by the US Florida District Export Council.
“Besides Kuala Lumpur, the delegation is expected to visit Penang and Kedah,” Digital Media Network Inc’s (DMNI) chief executive officer Bernhard Schutte said in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
DMNI is the company that is putting together the entire trade mission on behalf of the Florida export council and in cooperation with the US Commercial Service.
Among those in the delegation will be representatives from the Florida Space Authority and Nova Southeastern University.
Schutte said the mission would be the largest-ever US business delegation from Florida to Malaysia.
DMNI is a leading international business consultancy firm that assists Malaysian companies seeking to penetrate the US, Latin America and the Caribbean market and on the converse, US companies seeking to penetrate the Malaysian and South-East Asian markets. It helps with joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions. — Bernama