Star Media Group team visits i-City Golden Triangle


Gaining insight: Yeow (left) and Lim during the visit by Star Media Group’s senior management to i-City Golden Triangle.

SHAH ALAM: Star Media Group Bhd’s (SMG) senior management, led by newly appointed group CEO Alex Yeow, made an exploratory visit to i-City Golden Triangle to gain further insights into the integrated tech-centric ultrapolis development.

He was welcomed by I-Bhd chairman Tan Sri Lim Kim Hong and chief technology officer Ricky Lim.

“Property development today is a game changer with digital revolution. In today’s digital landscape, the key that unlocks the true real-estate value is the infusion of technology into property development, ” I-Bhd said.

Yeow applauded i-City Golden Triangle for the foresight of adapting technology at the onset of its development.

I-Bhd stressed that Malaysia’s No. 1 technology city is relevant to the current national agenda – MyDigital.

“As a nation, we must support the transformation of Malaysia into a digitally driven, high-income nation in the digital economy through active proliferation of technology, including setting a new benchmark in property development and management with a focus on technology.

“i-City Golden Triangle is certainly moving towards this direction, ” the property developer said.

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