Australian Migration Business & Investment Opportunity

Australian Migration Business & Investment Opportunity

AUSTRALIAN MIGRATION BUSINESS & INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

Business Migration

If you are a business owner or an investor ready to expand and start your business in Australia, you will benefit by attending this seminar.

You will get to understand your eligibility and the end-to- end process in acquiring your Australian Permanent Residency.

Following the seminar, the eligible and contracting applicant will be able to meet W.A State Nomination Manager; Bruno Delfante on 22nd October 2017 at our PJ office for provisional approval.

To be eligible for one of the Business Visas, the applicant must meet the following financial metrics.

Types of business visas and financial requirements:

1. VISA 132 – Business Talent; Stream A – Business History (Immediate Permanent Visa)

  • Business owner; Annual revenue of at least AU$3 million in any 2 years of the last 4 years
  • Business ownership with 30% equity
  • At least AU$400,000 business equity value.
  • Personal and business assets of at least AU$1.5 million
  • No point tests.
  • 2. VISA 188 – Business Investor Stream (Provisional) (Converted into Permanent Visa after 4 years)

  • Business and personal assets of at least AU$2.25 million
  • Interest bearing capital guaranteed investment of at least AU$1.5 million
  • 65 score points assessment.
  • 2 years of residency in 4 years (accumulatively)
  • 3. VISA 188 – Business Innovation Stream. (Provisional) (Converted into Permanent Visa after 4 years)

  • Business and personal assets of at least AU$2.25 million
  • Interest bearing capital guaranteed investment of at least AU$1.5 million
  • 65 score points assessment.
  • 2 years of residency in 4 years (accumulatively)
  • 4. VISA 188C – Significant Investor Visa (SIV) (Provisional) (Converted into Permanent Visa after 4 years)

  • Total assets of AU$5 million in managed funds
  • No point test, no age limit and no English language requirements.
  • No Australian residence tax obligations.
  • 160 days of residency in 4 years.
  • *Other business visa categories available               *Private counselling available post seminar

    Location & Date

    Venue:Hilton Hotel,PJ
    Date:Saturday, 07 October 2017
    Time:02:00 – 06:00 PM

    *Admission is strictly by pre-registration ONLY owing to limited seats.

    There will be discussions on the latest Commonwealth government migration regulations, eligibility rules and policies on State Nomination, types of visas and details on projects available for overseas investors.

    Presenting at the seminar is a prominent Australian Migration agent with over 27 years of practice hands-on experience, CEO of Australian Migration Agents, Mr. Robert Chelliah.

    Through AMA they will assist you in your business strategizing and expansion into Australia, providing a one stop platform, step by step guidance and assistance to the applicant and their family from beginning to Post Arrival Support Services (final and settlement stage for successful applicants.)

    SPEAKERS

    Robert Chelliah
    CEO Australia Migration Agents Group of Companies
    MARN:92-54011

    Bruno Delfante
    W.A State Nomination Manager

    Overseas investors can invest and start and/or expand their business into Australia in many selected fields such as Property Ownership and Development, Ecotourism, Food & Beverage, Hospitality Industries and many more.

    The state government of Australia has zero interference over the conduct of private businesses, another plus point for business migrants choosing Australia as their preferred investment destination.

    Details of available projects:
     

  • Supermarket – Grocers – Investment value >AU$500,000.
  • Property Development – Apartment, townhouse project – land ownership >AU$1million.
  • Commercial warehouse – Poultry and food produce – Ownership >AU$1million.
  • Manufacturing – Business ownership AU$1.2million.
  • Property Development – luxury villas project >AU$1.5million.
  • CLICK HERE for other available projects
  • Other business and investment fields open to investors: Commercial and domestic property development, Eco tourism & Hospitality Industry, Food and Beverage, Agro cultivation and Commercial Horticulture, Retail Outlets and many other areas.

    Where acquisition of existing business or purchase of residential property is done with the assistance of the agent, Australian Migration Agents Pty Ltd offers the commissions we obtain from the broker and vendor back to you in the form of a refund of our professional fees by the end of your engagement term.

    *Admission is strictly by pre-registration ONLY owing to limited seats.

    Education has also been one of the primary factors taken into consideration when choosing a country to migrate for the family.

    For holders of Australian Provisional and Permanent visas, dependent children are entitled to free education under the Australian Government up to year 12.

    The Australian National Education is voted 4th best education in the world in 2017 based on their well-developed public education system.

    For a financially-able middle and upper-class Malaysian, quality education is often pursued through international schools and institutions.

    An average Malaysian would have to spend up to RM1.4 million over 12 years of education for each child attending one of the top 5 international schools. Given that a typical Malaysian family has an average of 2 children, these figures are doubled and will come up to as much as RM2.8 million for 12 years of education.

    This savings of up to RM2.8 million that most families have calculated ahead of time, can then be allocated as an investment for a large property in a suburb in Australia where the top state school is located.

    AMA has hundreds of proven and outstanding winning records in facilitating investors with their business expansion and investments plans into Australia.

    Chelliah is an expert in legislative migration and handling complex cases, he is a skilled strategist and also a well-known media commentator.

    With a 100% success track record, Chelliah has over 40 years of working experience with the Australian Commonwealth Government Immigration Department making AMA one of the longest serving migration agents in Australia.

    Attend the seminar and discover how you can make your migration plans a successful one.

    AMA is an Australian migration agency established in 1994 that practices with the highest integrity and ethics complying with their mission statement of

    “WE DO ONLY ONE THING & WE DO IT BEST!”

    *Admission is strictly by pre-registration ONLY owing to limited seats.

    More Information:
    Australian Migration Agents Pty Ltd

    Robert +6012 348 2961
    Dessy +6016 411 5672
    Gayathrie +6012 340 5590
    Shalini +6012 787 5590

    Tropicana Fills the Market Gap with Reasonably Priced Homes for the Modern Urbanite

    Tropicana Fills the Market Gap with Reasonably Priced Homes for the Modern Urbanite

    Tropicana Fills the Market Gap with Reasonably Priced Homes for the Modern Urbanite

    The unveiling of Tropicana Corporation Berhad’s new brand extension, Tropicana Urban Homes shows the developer’s dedication to fill the growing consumer need for high quality, accessibly priced homes.

    2017 has seen a booming Malaysian population and among the highest numbers of young working class adults in recent history.

    This has led more attentive developers such as Tropicana to cater to the market segment, building property to suit the needs and buying power of these home seeking adults.

    “Tropicana Urban Homes was conceptualised with young buyers, middle-income professionals, aspiring homeowners and new families in mind, who are priced out of the traditional property market. ”

    said Dato’ Yau Kok Seng, Group CEO of Tropicana

    According to the Malaysian department of statistics, the Median age for the Malaysian population is now 28 years old, signaling a higher number of working class adults who are around the age when the purchase of a home is among their top priorities.

    Tropicana, announcing the launch of its newest portfolio expansion under its Tropicana Urban Homes collection, has said that the development will see a total of 1791 modern apartment units at two of its award winning townships, Tropicana Aman in Kota Kemuning and Tropicana Heights in Kajang.

    The developer recognized the need for young working class adults to be based near the city, as transportation and length of travel time continue to be one of the segment’s top concerns. This has led to the strategic selection of the development’s location.

    Tropicana Aman is linked to six major highways including KESAS, the Federal Highway, LKSA, ELITE, and SKVE. The Tropicana Heights township is also conveniently 4km away from a transportation hub that harbours both, KTM and MRT stations.

    PRICED OUT
    OF A HOME

    The target demographic of young adults and families have been faced with skyrocketing property prices, properties now see prices ranging from RM 500, 000 and above without a corresponding increase in wages.

    Tropicana’s development of Aman 1 and Heights 1 counters the average overpriced home and sees a starting price of a mere RM236, 000, making it the sensible choice for the home buyer.

    Through extensive market research, the developer has also found and catered to the demand for self-contained townships and has designed Tropicana Aman and Tropicana Heights to be self sustainable so that every possible amenity is within reach.

    Tropicana’s idea behind the concept of a self contained township has led to the incorporation of amenities and facilities such as world class educational hubs, Central parks, Neighbourhood commercial spaces, and recreational hubs within the townships. This caters to the unique needs of young home buyers and families alike.

    With the increasing gentrification of the congested city areas, property prices within KL have skyrocketed so that green lungs within developments are now a rarity.

    But Tropicana Aman brings with the development a huge 85-acre central park which acts as not only a green lung, but also a recreational space with a with a linear lake and a centrally-located Clubhouse, ringed by a 100-feet wide tree-lined boulevard.

    The Tropicana Aman township has also been designed to be a walking and biking community. This has been achieved through the incorporation of a 7km long walking / biking trail to encourage a healthy, sustainable lifestyle. 10 link-bridges and 17 beautiful pavilions are also spread across the Central Park for the enjoyment of Tropicana Aman’s residents.

    Tropicana Heights also follows suit with 16 acres being dedicated to the creation of a Central Park that features a 750 meter linear lake, seamless pedestrian walkways, jogging and bicycle tracks, all complemented by beautiful landscaping and parkland views.

    Both developments have taken into consideration the various lifestyles of its residents and have catered in layouts suited to both families, and single working adults. Heights 1 consists of 1025 units that vary in size ranging from 449 sq ft to 1783 sq ft while Aman 1 consists of 766 units and is split into two sizes, 870 sq ft, and 1000 sq ft.

    These two maiden launches under the Tropicana Urban Homes collection is slated for a 2017 year-end release date.

    For Tropicana Aman enquiries:

    Call 1700 81 8868

    or visit the Tropicana Aman Property Gallery

    For Tropicana Heights enquiries:

    Call 1700 81 9566

    or visit the Tropicana Heights Show Village

    If You’re a New Homeowner, This Checklist Is for You

    If You’re a New Homeowner, This Checklist Is for You

    If You're a New Homeowner, This Checklist Is for You

    Buying a place to call your own is a huge achievement but let’s be real; your journey to settling in is far from over. We’ve decided to make your life easier by compiling the 5 things you need to lookout for as a new homeowner.

    1. Complete one section of the house at a time.

    Of course the excitement of getting a place to call your own can be quite overwhelming. So in that moment it’s only natural that you feel like an absolute champ who can work out the moving in process within days. But within hours, the adrenaline would have fizzled and all you’d have are unopened boxes in every part of your home. The best way to go about this is to map your way around. Start with one part of the house and work your way around. This way you don’t get overwhelmed. Don’t work on more than one section of your home unless you have the manpower to do so!

    2. Check once, twice and thrice

    Before you get the keys handed over to you, check every nook and cranny. If you’re buying your property from a previous owner, make sure the wiring and plumbing are functioning well. Is there a crack in the wall or ceiling? Are the tiles in the bathroom well laid out? Although there would be a warranty period for new properties, surveying the condition of the home before the keys get handed over allows the property developer or previous house owner to get things fixed before you move in.

    3. Invest in good air-conditioners

    We live in a country where the average temperature ranges from 20°C to 30°C. But we all know that most days the humidity indoors can be really suffocating! Which is why it’s really important that you spend money getting only the best air-conditioners for your home. A new air-conditioner truly worth checking out is the Hitachi RAS-VX13CG, Premium Inverter Air Conditioner.

    A new air-conditioner truly worth checking out is the
    Hitachi RAS-VX13CG,
    Premium Inverter Air Conditioner.

    This model comes with the Scene Camera Ceiling technology which scans the room using an image and thermal camera to locate people and their activity levels. Once it scans, it intelligently provides the best and fast cooling solution until the room is at an even temperature. The Hitachi RAS-VX13CG’s Air Sleep Ceiling feature on the other hand adjusts the temperature and air direction to suit your sleeping condition at night. There’s also the Welcome Breeze feature which provides you with strong blows of air. It provides a powerful start up with maximum fan speed that can instantly chill a room. With these features and more, the air-conditioner is able to work efficiently by reducing power consumption via its Eco Mode. Pretty cool right?

    Find out more at Hitachi website or by calling Hitachi’s Customer Careline at

    1 800 88 1122

    4. Hire the right contractor or designer

    Planning on building some furniture or renovating? Or maybe redesigning the interior of your home? Whichever it is, be sure to do some fact checking on your contractor or designer. Look at their portfolio or at least do some research online about their company, experience and reviews from previous customers.

    5. Keep every single document and receipt

    This may seem like a trivial tip but it goes a long way. Scan all your housing documents and proof of payment for every single purchase you’ve made for the house. This way if you face a hiccup with the product you’ve purchased, you will not have misplaced it which usually happens in the chaos of settling into a new place.

    Find out more at Hitachi website or by calling Hitachi’s Customer Careline at

    1 800 88 1122

    The Speakers’ Line Up – Check out Who are the Invited Speakers & Sharing Topics

    The Speakers’ Line Up – Check out Who are the Invited Speakers & Sharing Topics

    The Speakers’ Line Up - Check out Who are the Invited Speakers & Sharing Topics

    If you have yet to know about our upcoming event – Exabytes Internet Marketing Summit 2017 (#EIMS2017), here you go with the details:

    Date 8 August 2017 (Tuesday)
    Time 9AM to 6PM
    Vanue Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) | Block 3730, Persiaran Apec, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia

    It is an event about Digital Marketing, where you can learn all the marketing strategies & trends, from Facebook, Google, Email & Content Marketing, to help on your business! Now let’s check out the invited speakers of #EIMS2017

    Data Driven Marketing Opportunities

    Mr. Chan is going to share how you can do analysis on the data collection and how to run an experiment to prove that it worked

    Speaker: Chan Kin Peng, Founding Partner, Kasatria Technologies Sdn. Bhd.

    Optimizing Your Email Marketing Funnel For Maximum Conversions

    Learn the different stages of n email marketing funnel, what initiatives to do at each stage to convert leads to customers, and how to optimize and track each step of the way to ensure maximum conversion.

    Speaker: Mellissa Lee, Head of GetResponse Malaysia

    How to Increase Your Landing Page Conversion Rate?

    What are the things you should take note for your landing page in order to increase conversation rate

    Speaker: Ashley Ong, Regional Google Trainer, at Google Partner Academy

    On top of that, Chia Ting Ting, Company Director cum Head of Digital Content Marketing and Advertising Sales, FG Media/ Malaysiakini will be the Invited Moderator of the panel discussion.

    Topic of the panel discussion is
    “Don’t Go Viral For The Wrong Reasons”.

    “Everyone knows the powerful of viral marketing – But should going viral the first thing on your mind? Or should you be focusing on creating great relevant content that matters to your audience?”

    The invited panelists are:
    1) Roger Wong, Head of Digital, Shock Media Studio
    2) Aaron, CEO/Founder, Goody25
    3) Greeno Sia, Co-founder, ViralCham – Rojaklah
    4) Christine Anysha Paul, Regional Digital Lead, DEX Ventures

    To know more about creating viral content

    you shall attend this marketing summit with your friends together, as Buy 1 Free 1 ticket deal is still on-going.

    Online Shopping vs In-store Shopping, Which is Better?

    Online Shopping vs In-store Shopping, Which is Better?

    Online Shopping vs In-store Shopping, Which is Better?

    The way we purchase our necessities is evolving. In this era, we have the option to either purchase it online or at a shop. If we have free time, we could easily go to a shopping mall to buy what we need. However, if we are too busy for that, we can just make the purchase online.

    It is true that making a purchase online is faster, more convenient and the choices are limitless, However, bear in mind some things that are found online may not look as perfect as we thought it would be. This can be seen with the countless cases that we have heard or read where the items bought were not as good as what they painted on the sites. Therefore, we should take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of purchasing online and purchasing at a shop.

    Shop Online
    PROS
    • No delivery charges.
    • Don’t need to wait for the items to arrive.
    • Can assess the quality of the items yourself.
    • Various choices of brands for one product.
    • Prices are more competitive
    CONS
    • Lack of choices for brands
    • Highly likely the prices are more expensive compared to the ones sold online
    • Not able to look at the quality of the items bought.
    • Has delivery charges.
    • Has to wait for the goods to arrive at the house
    • There is a chance of getting an imitation of the original item

    For goods that are used on a daily basis, it would be wiser to buy it straight from a shop. You will be able to immediately assess the quality, price, as well as the brand of the goods and the best part, is, there is no delivery cost involved. It can only be free if the goods were bought by yourself right?

    Let’s look at MR. D.I.Y. to compare the prices whether is it worth to buy it from a shop or online for any goods that you are looking for. Here are a few items that we can compare using price.

    Product MR. D.I.Y. Online Seller A Online Seller B
    Document Bag

    RM0.70
    No delivery cost
    Document Bag Brand CBE

    RM3.82
    Delivery cost RM5.00(West Malaysia)/ RM10.30(Sarawak)/ RM10.30(Sabah)
    A4 Button Document Bag

    RM1.00
    Delivery cost (RM7.00(West Malaysia)/ RM10.00 (Sarawak)/ RM12.00(Sabah)
    Women Socks

    RM1.90
    No delivery cost
    Socks Brand ELENXS

    RM9.47
    Delivery cost RM5.00(West Malaysia)/ RM10.30(Sarawak)/ RM10.30(Sabah)
    Socks

    RM1.50
    Delivery cost RM5.77(West Malaysia)/ RM11.97(Sarawak)/ RM11.97(Sabah)
    Kitchen Anti-Oil Sticker

    RM1.70
    No delivery cost
    High Quality Home Proof Temperature Anti Oil Sticker

    RM7.70
    Delivery cost RM7.99(All over Malaysia)
    Fashion Kitchen Anti Oil Sticker

    RM6.50
    Delivery cost RM6.00(West Malaysia)/ RM9.00(Sarawak)/ RM9.00(Sabah)
    4 Tier Shoe Rack

    RM8.50
    No delivery cost
    Shoe Rack Brand Sokano

    RM22.90
    Delivery cost Free(West Malaysia)/ RM5.30(Sabah)/ RM5.30(Sarawak)
    Shoe Rack

    RM10.90
    Delivery cost RM7.00(West Malaysia)/ RM15.00(Sarawak)/ RM15.00(Sabah)
    Ironing Board

    RM29.90
    No delivery cost
    Ironing Board Brand 3V

    RM29.70
    Delivery cost Free(West Malaysia)/ RM5.30(Sarawak)/ RM5.30(Sabah)
    Ironing Board Brand ZIB88

    RM32.90
    Delivery cost RM7.00(West Malaysia)/ RM80.00(Sarawak)/ RM80.00(Sabah)
    Water Bottle 500ml

    RM8.50
    No delivery cost
    Water Bottle OEM Brand

    RM12.32
    Free postage
    Water Bottle Korean Brand

    RM9.90
    Delivery cost RM8.00(West Malaysia)/ RM11.00(Sarawak)/ RM11.00(Sabah)
    Lava A4 Drawer

    RM19.50
    No delivery cost
    Lava A4 Drawer

    RM39.90
    Free postage
    Lava A4 Drawer

    RM29.90
    Delivery cost RM6.00(West Malaysia)/ RM14.00(Sarawak)/ RM14.00 (Sabah)
    Flexi Wall Sink Tap

    RM25.90
    No delivery cost
    Flexi Wall Sink Tap Brand Yes+Plus

    RM50.00
    Delivery cost Free(West Malaysia)/ RM5.30(Sarawak)/ RM5.30(Sabah)
    Flexi Wall Sink Tap Brand VARENO

    RM59.00
    Delivery cost RM9.00(West Malaysia)/ RM17.00(Sarawak)/ RM17.00(Sabah)

    We took some items and compared it with products which are similar but selling online. Every product will be compared against 2 other brands that can be bought online. From here, we will have a clear answer as to whether purchasing at a shop or online is better. Without further ado, let’s compare one by one every product mentioned above.

    The way we purchase our necessities is evolving. In this era, we have the option to either purchase it online or at a shop. If we have free time, we could easily go to a shopping mall to buy what we need. However, if we are too busy for that, we can just make the purchase online.

    It is true that making a purchase online is faster, more convenient and the choices are limitless, However, bear in mind some things that are found online may not look as perfect as we thought it would be. This can be seen with the countless cases that we have heard or read where the items bought were not as good as what they painted on the sites. Therefore, we should take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of purchasing online and purchasing at a shop.

    Shop Online
    PROS
    • No delivery charges.
    • Don’t need to wait for the items to arrive.
    • Can assess the quality of the items yourself.
    • Various choices of brands for one product.
    • Prices are more competitive
    CONS
    • Lack of choices for brands
    • Highly likely the prices are more expensive compared to the ones sold online
    • Not able to look at the quality of the items bought.
    • Has delivery charges.
    • Has to wait for the goods to arrive at the house
    • There is a chance of getting an imitation of the original item

    For goods that are used on a daily basis, it would be wiser to buy it straight from a shop. You will be able to immediately assess the quality, price, as well as the brand of the goods and the best part, is, there is no delivery cost involved. It can only be free if the goods were bought by yourself right?

    Let’s look at MR. D.I.Y. to compare the prices whether is it worth to buy it from a shop or online for any goods that you are looking for. Here are a few items that we can compare using price.

    Product MR. D.I.Y. Online Seller A Online Seller B
    Document Bag
    RM0.70
    No delivery cost
    Document Bag Brand CBE

    RM3.82
    Delivery cost
    RM5.00(West Malaysia)/
    RM10.30(Sarawak)/
    RM10.30(Sabah)
    A4 Button Document Bag

    RM1.00
    Delivery cost
    (RM7.00(West Malaysia)/
    RM10.00 (Sarawak)/
    RM12.00(Sabah)
    Women Socks
    RM1.90
    No delivery cost
    Socks Brand ELENXS
    RM9.47
    Delivery cost
    RM5.00(West Malaysia /
    RM10.30(Sarawak)/
    RM10.30(Sabah)
    Socks
    RM1.50
    Delivery cost
    RM5.77(West Malaysia)/
    RM11.97(Sarawak)/
    RM11.97(Sabah)
    Kitchen Anti-Oil Sticker

    RM1.70
    No delivery cost
    High Quality Home Proof Temperature Anti Oil Sticker

    RM7.70
    Delivery cost
    RM7.99(All over Malaysia)
    Fashion Kitchen Anti Oil Sticker

    RM6.50
    Delivery cost
    RM6.00(West Malaysia)/
    RM9.00(Sarawak)/
    RM9.00(Sabah)
    4 Tier Shoe Rack

    RM8.50
    No delivery cost
    Shoe Rack Brand Sokano

    RM22.90
    Free (West malaysia)/
    RM5.30(Sabah)/
    RM5.30(Sarawak)
    Shoe Rack

    RM10.90
    Delivery cost
    RM7.00(West Malaysia)/
    RM15.00(Sarawak)/
    RM15.00(Sabah)
    Ironing Board

    RM29.90
    No delivery cost
    Ironing Board Brand 3V

    RM29.70
    Delivery cost
    Free (West malaysia)/
    RM5.30(Sarawak)/
    RM5.30(Sabah)
    Ironing Board Brand ZIB88

    RM32.90
    Delivery cost
    RM7.00(West Malaysia)/
    RM80.00(Sarawak)/
    RM80.00(Sabah)
    Water Bottle 500ml

    RM8.50
    No delivery cost
    Water Bottle OEM Brand

    RM12.32
    Free postage
    Water Bottle Korean brand

    RM9.90
    Delivery cost
    RM8.00(West Malaysia)/
    RM11.00(Sarawak)/
    RM11.00(Sabah)
    Lava A4 Drawer

    RM19.50
    No delivery cost
    Lava A4 Drawer

    RM39.90
    Free postage
    Lava A4 Drawer

    RM29.90
    Delivery cost
    RM6.00(West Malaysia)/
    RM14.00(Sarawak)/
    RM14.00 (Sabah)
    Flexi Wall Sink Tap

    RM25.90
    No delivery cost
    Flexi Wall Sink Tap Brand Yes+Plus

    RM50.00
    Delivery cost
    Free (West malaysia)/
    RM5.30(Sarawak)/
    RM5.30(Sabah)
    Flexi Wall Sink Tap Brand VARENO

    RM59.00
    Delivery cost
    RM9.00(West Malaysia)/
    RM17.00(Sarawak)/
    RM17.00(Sabah)

    We took some items and compared it with products which are similar but selling online. Every product will be compared against 2 other brands that can be bought online. From here, we will have a clear answer as to whether purchasing at a shop or online is better. Without further ado, let’s compare one by one every product mentioned above.

    1.Document Bag

    RM 0.70

    Online Seller A

    Online Seller B

    Document bag is very useful when it comes to storing all your important printed documents. It’s only selling for RM0.70 at MR. D.I.Y. compared to CBE’s document bag (RM3.82) and A4 document bag (RM1.00) which are selling online as well. Not only it does not charge any delivery cost, the document bag which is selling at MR. D.I.Y. also the cheapest on the internet.

    2. Women Socks

    RM 1.90

    Online Seller A

    Online Seller B

    At MR. D.I.Y., women socks are selling at a price of RM1.90 only compared to the brand ELENXS (RM9.47) and the non-branded socks (RM1.50). The price of the non-branded socks is indeed cheaper at first sight but after delivery cost (RM5.77/RM11.97), the price will become higher.

    3. Kitchen Anti-Oil Sticker

    RM 1.70

    Online Seller A

    Online Seller B

    Those who rarely enter the kitchen may not know the purpose of these stickers. These stickers are used to prevent the any oil splattered due to cooking from staining the wall and is usually stick on the kitchen wall. The anti-oil sticker is selling at the price of RM1.70 only compared to High Quality Home Proof Temperature Anti-Oil Sticker (RM7.70) and Fashion Kitchen Anti-Oil Sticker (RM6.50).

    4. 4 Tier Shoe Rack

    RM 8.50

    Online Seller A

    Online Seller B

    We heard this is one of the many items that are considered to be the best-selling at MR. D.I.Y. The shoe rack is selling at a cost of RM8.50 only while the brand Sokano is selling at RM19.90 and a non-branded shoe rack is RM11.50 online. Because of its low price, might as well buy it immediately from MR. D.I.Y. You can use it straight away and start organising your shoes.

    5. Ironing Board

    RM 29.90

    Online Seller A

    Online Seller B

    It is selling at a price of RM29.90 at MR. D.I.Y. compared to the brand 3V (RM32.90) and ZIB88 (RM32.90). There is no other contrasting comparison that could be found for this item. At the end, it is your decision to whether buy it online or at a shop.

    6. Water Bottle 500ml

    RM 8.50

    Online Seller A

    Online Seller B

    A 500ml bottle water is selling at the price of RM8.50 at MR. D.I.Y. The bottle water with the exact same capacity of water storage is selling at RM12.32 (OEM)  and RM9.90 (Korean brand). Although the water bottle from OEM offers free delivery cost, MR. D.I.Y. is still the cheapest and the most worth it to purchase.

    7. Lava A4 Drawer

    RM 19.50

    Online Seller A

    Online Seller B

    Lava A4 Drawer is selling at the price of RM19.50 at MR. D.I.Y. whereas an A4 Drawer with the same brand is selling at RM39.90 and RM29.90 online. The same item with the same brand but with contrasting prices are selling online. It is obvious that MR. D.I.Y. has no competition when it comes to price.

    8. Flexi Wall Sink Tap

    RM 25.90

    Online Seller A

    Online Seller B

    Have you ever tried to fix a leaking faucet yourself? MR. D.I.Y. sells good quality faucet at the price of RM25.90 compared to the brand Yes+Plus (RM50.00) and another brand VARENO (RM59.00). Looking from price and quality perspective, MR. D.I.Y. is the most worth it to buy.

    Now that we have compared, buying online is obviously cheaper and the choices are endless but the cost for each item will be more expensive after including delivery costs. It would not make sense to buy a pair of socks for RM1.50 but to have incurred an additional cost of RM6 for delivery cost right?

    In conclusion, you can get a better deal if it was bought from a shop. Every item in the shop can be assessed by our own eyes and the quality can be judged immediately. When purchasing an electrical item, we could even try it to know whether it was functioning well.

    Every item that has been used to compare above is according to MR. D.I.Y.’s “Poket Selamat 3” promotion. Not only these 8 items are on promotion but there are 50 more other great products that are also included in the “Poket Selamat 3”.

    At MR. D.I.Y., every item does not incur the delivery cost and you don’t need to wait for days for the items to be sent to your house. MR. D.I.Y. offers a variety of products to choose from and they are all the best of quality that can be found on the market. Don’t believe it? Go ahead and take a look yourself at MR. D.I.Y. shops near you now.

    The “Poket Selamat 3” promotion at MR. D.I.Y. will start from 1 – 31 August 2017. Save the date and don’t miss the chance to get quality items at the lowest price!

    Standing At The Forefront of Technology

    Standing At The Forefront of Technology

    Standing At The Forefront of Technology

    APU Organizes First Internet of Things (IoT) Innovation Day

    Kuala Lumpur, 17 July 2017: The Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU) recently organised its first Internet of Things (IoT) Innovation Day recently at its campus located at Technology Park Malaysia, Bukit Jalil.

    This event was a part of APU Center for Research and Development of Internet of Things (CREDIT)’s efforts to expose students towards the potentials and development of IoT. CREDIT is the first Center of Excellence for IoT among Malaysian universities.

    Dr Mazlan Abbas, CEO of FAVORIOT, Ober Choo, Technical Director of Cytron Technologies and James Lai, President of the Malaysia IoT Association (MyIoTA) were among guest speakers who delivered pocket talks on various IoT subject matters throughout the day.

    In addition, the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) endorsed this event as part of its Road to the Global Entrepreneurship Community Summit 2017, a global summit initiated by the government of Malaysia to empower entrepreneurs around the world. MaGIC CEO, Ashran Dato’ Ghazi, officiated the event alongside Prof. Dr Ron Edwards, Vice Chancellor, APU and Prof. Dr Ir. Vinesh Thiruchelvam, Dean of Faculty of Computing, Engineering & Technology (FCET), APU.

    With regards to the event, James Lai, as the President of MyIoTA, said, “With the dawn of the Fourth Industrial Revolution & IoT, it is timely & great to see the involvement of APU in organising such as an event that enables industry experts to share their knowledge on IoT. We hope to see more of such events in the future to nurture future talents in IoT & address the upcoming opportunities of 4IR”.

    hen asked about the APU’s vision behind IoT and technology, Prof. Dr Ir. Vinesh Thiruchelvam, Dean of Faculty of Computing, Engineering & Technology (FCET), APU and Dr. Tan Chye Cheah, Vice President of CREDIT said,

    “Soon, we will be moving towards the technological capabilities of having every device connected to the internet, in which data travels among one other and we can live in a more convenient way – big data and IoT play a major role in this, and we believe this is the future of technology – this is why we became the first university in Malaysia to run programmes specialized in IoT as well as big data, to address the vital needs of the market, in terms of talent supply.”

    APU’s IoT Innovation saw participation from top IoT industry players, including MaGIC CEO, Ashran Dato’ Ghazi.

    Panel discussions and dialogue sessions were held to expose students towards the development of IoT within Malaysia. From left: James Lai, President of Malaysia IoT Association (MyIoTA), Dr. Mazlan Abbas, CEO and Co-Founder of FAVORIOT, Ober Choo, Technical Director, Cytron Technologies Sdn Bhd and Muhammad Ehsan Rana, President of CREDIT, APU.

    James Lai, President of MyIoTA, addressed the event as a move that is vital to nurture future talents in IoT and Industry Revolution 4.0.

    APU’s first IoT Innovation Day received support from industry experts of the IoT field. From left: Dr. Mazlan Abbas, CEO and Co-Founder of FAVORIOT, Ober Choo, Technical Director, Cytron Technologies Sdn Bhd and Dr. Khoh Soo Beng, Research and Program Director (IoT Cluster), Collaborative Research in Engineering, Science and Technology (CREST).

    About Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU)

    The Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU) is amongst Malaysia’s Premier Private Universities. APU offers a wide range of degree programmes in collaboration with Staffordshire University, the UK with Technology. These programmes nurture students into professionals and prepare them for challenging careers and roles in business and society globally. Professionalism, problem-solving skills, and creativity & innovation are some of the key attributes of APU graduates. The multi-cultural student community comprises both Malaysian students as well as International students. APU has earned an enviable reputation as an award-winning University through its achievements in winning a host of prestigious awards at national and international levels. It was announced as among the Highest Rated Universities in Malaysia, being rated at TIER 5 (EXCELLENT) under the SETARA 2013 Ratings by the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) and Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) on 1st November 2012.

    For more information, please visit APU website

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