TalentCorp heads for Taiwan to network with Malaysians

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 04 Jul 2012

PETALING JAYA: TalentCorp will be spreading its wings to Taiwan, where it will meet Malaysian healthcare professionals based there.

Together with deputy health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah, Talent Corporation Malaysia Berhad will be organising international Outreach and Engagement sessions this weekend which includes a networking dinner and hi-tea in Taipei and Kaohsiung respectively.

“The Outreach and Engagement sessions serve as ideal platforms for the creation of structured global networks, which not only ease the search for professional opportunities by returning Malaysians, but also enable leading Malay-sian companies to tap into a wider talent pool to meet their growing industry needs.

“Additionally, these engagements help to establish channels for Malaysians to contribute from abroad, and potentially initiate conversations that lead to new ideas for cross-border business and professional opportunities,” said TalentCorp in a statement yesterday.

The Professional Networking Dinner will take place on Saturday at Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei while the hi-tea session will be on Sunday at the Howard Plaza Hotel Kaohsiung.

Bringing together Malaysian professionals and Malaysia’s leading healthcare companies including KPJ Healthcare, Pantai Parkway Limited, and Mahkota Medical Centre, the events would explore the scope for collaboration and profssional opportunities that are available in Malaysia.

TalentCorp was set up last year to address the brain drain problem in light of the economic transformation programme.

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