Thursday, October 8, 2009

Sibu In The Blue Ocean



Essentially, "Blue Ocean Strategy" is to provide a new way to make competition irrelevant. This strategy of the 21st century aims to create an uncontested new market place. Put it in a nutshell, the whole idea is to create and capture new demand (hidden or even not existing).


Sibu is presently in the midst of searching for a growth direction. What can we possibly do to break the trap?


Towards addressing the burning issue, MPI again took the initiative to organise a public forum to enlighten not only Sibuians, but also those in politics.


Mr. Tan Kee Hian has been invited to speak at "Sibu In The Blue Ocean", a forum scheduled to be held on Nov. 2 at 7:00 pm at kingwood Hotel, Sibu. If you wish to get a clearer profile of Kee Hian, you may read my posts under the labels of Public Forum On The Outlook For Sibu and The 9th Methodist Convention.
I strongly urge you to spare the evening for this highly relevant talk.


1 comment:

Uncle Ben said...

Tony,

Blue Ocean Strategy: Mr. Tan said "Singapore is even sourcing for food from as far as South Africa. Yet being a neighbor Msia/Swak/Sibu cannot produce this food (demanded by Spore)"

You ever thought of those land along feeder road Hieng Hung, 9th mile old oya road sibu, turning the land into food crop in commercial scale?.

Refer to my http://greenninegarden.blogspot.com

Tq..