Retail fair aims to break borders

Top brands: (top) Poh Kong carries international brands as well as in-house brands. (inset) Choon (left) and Ng look forward to further expanding their businesses at MIRF 2016.

To increase brand visibility and provide business opportunities, the first ever Malaysia International Retail, Franchise and Licensing Fair (MIRF) will be showcasing the best and most established retail players from various industries, including food and beverage, education, fashion and service.

Themed “Unleashing Borderless Business Opportunities”, the four-day event aims to erase borders between local and international retailers by providing a platform to share information and resources on retail, franchising, licensing and technology.

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