Cyberjaya wins best brand award

April 16, 2010 |

(New Straits Times, Friday, 16 April 2010 – Business & Finance – Page, 3 )

CYBERJAYA has received the prestigious BrandLaureate Award 2009-2010 for the `Best Brand in Corporate Branding’ under the National ICT Hub category.
Malaysia’s foremost cybercity has won this award for the third consecutive year underscoring Cyberjaya’s achievements as the country’s first global MSC Malaysia Cybercity hub.

Cyberview Sdn Bhd’s Managing Director, Ir Hafdz Hashim received the award from Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Idris Jala at a gala dinner.

“Cyberjaya has come a long way since its inception. We are now home to more than 500 companies that have chosen Cyberjaya as their preferred business, outsourcing service and solutions development location, which include globally-recognised names such as DHL, Fujitsu, KPMG, Motorola, HSBC, Nokia, DELL, Shell, BMW. AMD and Ericsson,” flaridz said.

Managing Director of Cyberview Sdn Bhd Ir Hafidz Hashim receiving the Brand Laureate award from Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Idris Jala.

“In this borderless, connected world, there are boundless opportunities for Cyberview to leverage on, to seamlessly integrate its unique initiatives that will add to Cyberjaya’s attraction as an investment location, a technology base for multinationals and a conducive incubator for small-medium industries,” he added.
“Cyberjaya is more than just centre. It is fast becoming a thriving community incorporating education, investment and businesses based on ICT and the knowledge economy that is home not only to large multinationals but also a fast-growing cluster of small-medium enterprises in our SME Technopreneur Centres.”

Moreover, the government has earmarked SMEs as the driver of GDP growth in the newly- announced New Economic Model. Coupled with the government directive to grow ICT and knowledge economies, Cyberjaya provides the perfect model as a spearheading township that meets these objectives.

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