Spark Engine Forum Returns For The Third Time, Set To Discuss Competitive Environment and Role Of Technology

Maxis Berhad’s Maxis Business is back with the Spark Engage Forum, “Innovative To Accelerate” and is set to take place on March 25.  

Industry experts including Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Loob Holding Bryan Loo; Group Executive Director of Mamee-Double-Decker Pierre Pang; Group CEO of AmBank Group Sulaiman Mohd Tahir will be among the panellist in the forum. 

Chief Executive Enterprise and Wholesale Business, Paul McManus mentioned that the event will discuss the crucial needs to innovate in today’s competitive environment, the role of technology, and what it takes to drive business change for greater productivity and effectiveness.

“Through our continuous engagement with SMEs and enterprises, we have been identifying areas in which they can benefit from strong support from fellow entrepreneurs and business leaders to be future-ready. We are thrilled to be organising our Spark Engage series in its third year running with continued success as a result of the tremendous response.

“We truly believe that innovation is pivotal for businesses to always be ahead in a changing world, and we will look forward to inspiring businesses towards achieving resiliency in this accelerating digital economy,” said McManus.

Also participating in the panel discussions are the Managing Director of Shell Malaysia Trading Shairan Huzani Husain; and Maxis Chief Enterprise Business Officer Paul McManus; as well as Head of Brand and Marketing Tai Kam Leong.

Delivering the Keynote at Spark Engage is Kaihan Krippendorff, a successful entrepreneur, consultant, and CEO of Outthinker who has committed himself to help organisations and individuals thrive in this disruptive digital era.

Kaihan will be sharing how businesses can “Unlock an Innovative Mindset in Business Leadership” with relevant, practical, and actionable insights that participants can incorporate into their own digital transformation.

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