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Retail Solution Expo will be bigger this year with over 200 booths

Resonex 2024 is set to happen at the Pavilion Bukit Jalil Exhibition Centre from November 7 to November 9.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Retail Solution Expo this year is preparing for a big showing in its next edition and hopes to have more than 200 booths.

Honorary Lifetime President in the Prestigious President Council of the Malaysia Retail Chain Association (MRCA) as well as advisor for RESONEX, Datuk Seri Garry Chua, expressed confidence in surpassing the set standard.

Chua believes that after the programme's successful 2023 launch, Resonex 2024 has the potential to significantly increase partnerships between the companies participating in the expo.

Its goal is to bring together a wide range of exhibitors and attendees by offering a comprehensive platform for retail solutions.

The growth of the event is indicative of the dynamic nature of the retail landscape and presents an exciting chance for attendees to learn about the newest trends, innovations, and joint ventures in the sector.

Resonex co-founder Adrian Ang has articulated their strategic vision for the upcoming year, emphasising a concerted effort to enhance program engagements.

"The plan encompasses scheduled visitations to larger organisations, fostering meaningful connections and collaborations.

"Additionally, the deliberate focus on expanding their database welcomes new entries to fortify the network and reach of Resonex," he said.

The New Straits Times, together with its Business Times pullout will be the official media partner for Resonex 2024.

NST executive editor (content and digital) Sharanjit Singh emphasised the organisation's dedication to supporting Malaysia's retail sector.

"In the landscape of news media, the digital age has brought about transformative changes.

"NST has not only embraced these changes but has also thrived in this dynamic environment.

"Our dedication to engaging with our readers and staying relevant has resulted in a substantial surge in our digital audience over the years," he said.

He highlighted the crucial importance of acknowledging the backbone of Malaysia's economy and the small and medium enterprises, within the dynamic landscape of the retail industry.

"This sector plays a significant role in Malaysia's gross domestic product (GDP), and at NST, we are steadfast in our commitment to supporting and championing these businesses.

"SMEs form the bedrock of economic growth, contributing immensely to innovation and employment.

"As part of our mission, we aim to promote more brands from this sector to a regional level, providing them with the visibility and opportunities they deserve," he added.



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