SOBA celebrates 10 years with strong activity line-up


IN celebration of a decade championing business excellence, Star Media Group Bhd is bringing together the alumni of The Star Outstanding Business Awards (SOBA) to form the SOBA Fraternity.

To mark both milestones, a SOBA 10th Anniversary Celebration will be organised on Nov 5 at New World Petaling Jaya Hotel.

The event is aimed at recognising the success of past recipients, as well as providing a unique platform for its alumni to foster fellowship and forge new bonds.

Among the highlights of the night include an inspiring speech by the event’s guest of honour and Sunway Group founder and chairman Tan Sri Jeffrey Cheah, as well as a curated fashion show by the Malaysian Bumiputra Designers Association (MBDA), featuring Bon Zainal, Rasta Rashid, RamondZack and Tawaf Timepieces.

Organised by Star Media Group with Digi, PKT Logistics Group Sdn Bhd and RHB Bank Bhd as main sponsors, Credit Guarantee Corp Malaysia Bhd as co-sponsor and Malaysia External Trade Development Corp as official trade promotion partner, SOBA 2019 is endorsed by the International Trade and Industry Ministry, supported by Bursa Malaysia and audited by BDO, with dimsum as official media partner.

Those interested in more information for the SOBA 10th Anniversary Celebration can contact The Star Events Business Unit at 03-7967 1388 ext 1857 (Pei Wen)/ 1475 (Emilia)/ 1657 (Victor).

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