David is delighted to be travelling to Kuala Lumpur to represent KnowNow at the UK Government’s Malaysia trade mission next week. He will join a group representing high growth UK companies at the technology mission organised by the Department for International Trade (DIT).
New DIT Support Programme
KnowNow Information was selected earlier this year to be an inaugural member of the DIT’s Company Sub-Sector Support Programme (CSSP). This initiative is designed to help high growth UK businesses expand into targeted export markets. The aim is to deliver £350m of new export revenue for UK companies through collaboration with Malaysian organisations in the chosen priority sub-sectors.
The Malaysia Trade Mission
During the visit, David will talk about KnowNow’s innovative privacy and consent management system, Consentua. Over 200 Malaysian companies have registered to attend. David will also be demonstrating results of KnowNow’s consulting to the development of a new financial district in Kuala Lumpur.
We have been working in Malaysia for the last two years. It was, therefore a natural choice for the first international deployment of our new Consentua service. The Malaysian market represents a significant opportunity for us to expand our presence in the Asia-Pacific region. We are particularly keen to forge new partnerships with the banking industry, telecoms providers and the public sector. Companies will benefit from the greater level of trust that Consentua creates between data owners and data consumers.
Consentua now launched!
The Malaysia trade mission is key to the launch of Consentua – available now for UK local authorities through CC2i at http://cc2i.org.uk
Would you like to know more about the Malaysia trade mission? Would you like to hear more about Consentua and how it helps organisations both adhere to the incoming GDPR legislation and increase trust between your organisation and your consumers? If so then click here to contact us!