Second event of the year involving Malaysia’s first armoured vehicle which is the naming ceremony of the HMAV 4x4. Now known as Tarantula, the PR Value for this assignment has reached more than RM4 million.
Attended by the Minister of Defence, Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri and the high ranking Malaysian army personnel, the success of the event has further cemented MILDEF’s reputation as a serious player in the international military technology industry.
News on the launch of Malaysia’s first armoured vehicle called HMAV 4x4 designed and developed by a Malaysian company called MILDEF International Technologies received both local and international attention.
To date, the PR Value for this assignment has reached more than RM3 million.
The news has also cemented MILDEF’s reputation as a serious player in the international military technology industry.
Established in 2015, the CIIF is a professional body for qualified practitioners in the Islamic finance industry. Its primary mandate is to set standards for professional education and qualifications in Islamic finance for its members, and to regulate its members through the Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct.
The CIIF is also mandated to spur the professionalisation of the Islamic finance industry by collaborating with industry associations, regulators, government agencies, education and training providers, and other relevant stakeholders through its professional qualifications and certifications, continuing professional education, and other relevant activities and initiatives.
JCPR was engaged in December 2020 and within a month has managed to garner PR value worth RM1.9m for CIIF, mostly from TV appearances in high profile news and financial programmes.
On 5 November 2019, Malaysia’s Halal Inclusion Roundtable and Masterclass was officially launched by the Deputy Prime Minister, YAB Dato’ Seri Dr. Wan Azizah Wan Ismail at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre. JCPR was tasked to handle all PR matters of the event.
Organised by the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF) and Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) for the first time, in partnership with institutional partners including Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM), JAKIM, Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD), International Shari’ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA), MATRADE, HDC, International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC), Islamic Corporation for the Insurance of Investment and Export Credit (ICIEC), SME Corp, SME Bank, TERAJU and EXIM Bank, the two-day event was attended by key opinion leaders in the local and international Halal industries including from Bosnia, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
Attended by more than 450 participants over two-days programming, the event discussed pressing issues in the Halal segment and sought to find solutions in supporting its growth. It provided the perfect platform for thought leaders, policy makers and industry players to network, share their expertise and knowledge, and collaborate to contribute towards the USD3 trillion Halal industry – arguably the single largest market sector that is defined by a specific set of compliance parameters.
The event garnered more than half a million ROI in PR value and JCPR was then hired for another project for INCEIF, to manage PR and Comms for INCEIF’s 11th Convocation that witnessed the conferment of Sultan Nazrin Shah of Perak with honorary doctorate in Islamic Finance.
In a significant move to bolster investment in Malaysia’s emerging Social Economy, or People Economy, a Social Outcome Fund (SOF) was launched at the Social Economy and Investment Conference 2017 (SEIC 2017). The SOF will make available RM3 million for social intervention projects to assist marginalised communities.
The Conference was launched by Dato’ Sri Hajah Nancy Shukri, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department and Agensi Inovasi Malaysia (AIM) Adviser.
With the launching of SOF, high potential social purpose organisations (SPOs) carrying out intervention programmes to help marginalised communities, will receive a boost to their chances of obtaining funds. This rakyat-minded, or people-centric fund, will assist SPOs achieve higher impact through a structured approach in delivering social services to those in need, in an empowering and monetised relationship within Malaysia’s social economy.
Jiman’s involvement as PR lead for SEIC2017 has consequently led to his appointment as the PR consultant for the Global Entrepreneurship Movement 2017.
After exhausting all possible options, BATM have had to make a very difficult decision to cease its factory operations in stages by the second half of 2017 as one of the steps towards their new business model.
Jiman and his team was roped in to assist BATM with this transformation and to mitigate reactions from all angles and pilot the change journey.
This restructuring affects shareholders and stakeholders. Also, the Media and public opinion needs to be managed.
Ground breaking ceremony for the development of Mayang Mall in Kuala Terengganu owned by PHB to be managed by Sogo, by the Sultan of Terengganu
The ground breaking ceremony also witnessed the signing of two agreements between PHB and Sogo (KL) Department Store Sdn Bhd (Sogo), namely the Development Agreement and Leasing Agreement of Mayang Mall.
This occasion carved another milestone in PHB’s portfolio, established as a real estate investment company and a wholly owned subsidiary of Yayasan Amanah Hartanah Bumiputera (YAHB).
Jiman was also involved with the launch of NU Sentral Shopping Centre and Menara 1 Sentrum owned by PHB which was attended by the Prime Minister of Malaysia, YAB Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak and numerous other occasions including its quarterly announcements to shareholders.