Four Taylor’s University students emerged champions at the AFECA Asia MICE Youth Challenge 2017 Malaysia Challenge held recently in Kuala Lumpur.
The competition was organised by Malaysian Association of Convention and Exhibition Organisers and Suppliers (MACEOS).
The winners are Taylor’s Event Management year 2 degree students, Chong Kah Kei, Lim Wei Shi, Lee Yanny and Ng Wai Yen will be representing Malaysia at the international level at Kaohsiung, Taiwan on Sept 6 where they will be competing against contestants across Asia and Australia.
The competition challenges students to conceptualise a proposal with one of MICE (Meetings, Incentive, Conference, Exhibition) components including developing a novel concept and style for a MICE event.
The Taylor’s winning team presented their proposal titled Split Second 2019 — A Convention that Unites Against Human Trafficking to the judges.
Split Second 2019 aims to give an impactful experience in achieving Asean goals that is to fight human trafficking. The main objective is to create awareness about human trafficking, gathering a network of people from various industries and background that results to change the society, athus making Malaysia a prevention of human trafficking activities centerpoint.