KLCC registers healthy business in first three quarters

THE Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) has yielded positive results with all business segments meeting their targets and continuing to perform well.

From January 1 to September 30 this year, the centre hosted 1,119 events, a 13 per cent increase from the 973 held in the previous corresponding period, and served 1.2 million delegates and visitors. These events garnered an economic contribution of RM407 million (US$134 million) to Kuala Lumpur city and Malaysia.

KLCC will continue to register robust business in the final quarter of 2012, with more than 25 major events lined up between now and the year-end.

Attributing the year-to-date success to a committed and dedicated team, the KLCC general manager, Peter Brokenshire, acknowledged that all team members had worked, and would continue to work, very hard to deliver quality products and services ìto ensure a positive experience for all our clients and their guests, regardless of the size of their eventî.

The period in review saw the centre host one of the largest events in its seven and a half years of operation. The 25th World Gas Conference 2012 in June saw over 8,000 delegates fill the centre’s entire 22,659m2 of function space.

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