Forthcoming Events

MAJECA Forthcoming Events

a. August 2022 — 39th MAJECA – JAMECA Joint Conference

b. 19 – 21 October 2022 — iNNOVATE Tech Show

For more information, please contact the MAJECA Secretariat at /

1 August 2022:

39th MAJECA-JAMECA Joint Conference

MAJECA will be hosting the 39th MAJECA-JAMECA Joint Conference on 1 August 2022 at Dewan Perdana, MITI, Kuala Lumpur. As this year is the 40th Anniversary of the Look East Policy, the 39th MAJECA-JAMECA Joint Conference will be held in conjunction with the Look East Policy (LEP) Business Seminar which will be organised by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) Malaysia. This will be a one-day event with the Business Seminar in the morning followed-by the Joint Conference.

The details of the Joint Conference on 1 August 2022 as are follows:

    • Theme: Post-Pandemic Challenges & Emerging Opportunities for Malaysia and Japan
    • Date: 1 August 2022
    • Time: 9.00 am – 5.30 pm (Malaysian Time, GMT+8)
        • Morning Session: LEP Business Seminar
        • Afternoon Session: 39th Joint Conference
    • Format: In-person/Offline
    • VenueDewan Perdana, MITI, Kuala Lumpur
    • Registration for the 39th Joint Conference: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

A delegation from JAMECA, led by its President, Mr Tsuyoshi Nagano, Chairman of Tokio Marine Holdings, Inc. will be in attendance. His delegation will comprise the Chief Executives, Managing Directors and Corporate Leaders of leading Japanese corporations in Japan, supported by their respective offices in the ASEAN region.

Over four decades, since 1977, MAJECA and its Japanese counterpart, Japan-Malaysia Economic Association (JAMECA), have played a dynamic role to help Malaysia achieve its economic industrialisation goals, as evident by more than 1,500 Japanese companies in many industrial sectors locating their businesses in Malaysia. With the challenges of the pandemic, the disruptions caused by the onset of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the challenge of climate change, and now exacerbated by inflationary pressures and the geopolitical situation in Ukraine, MAJECA takes cognizance of the imperative for greater business collaboration in order to be able to compete effectively in the global marketplace.

This event will be attended by VVIPs, key corporate leaders and industry captains from Malaysia, Japan and the region. MAJECA has allocated opportunities for members to maximise their reach and networking, aside from the Lunch and Hi-Tea, exhibition space and additional sponsorship opportunities are available. Please contact the MAJECA Secretariat – Ms Ng Su Fun or Mr Samuel Loh via for additional details.

19 – 21 October 2022: iNNOVATE Tech Show

The first-ever, iNNOVATE Tech Show, owned and produced by Best Events Productions, with support from the Malaysia-Japan Economic Association (MAJECA) will take place at MATRADE Exhibition & Convention Centre (MECC) Kuala Lumpur from 19-21st October 2022. The third installation of the Global Drone Conference and 2nd edition of Global Future Mobility will be co-located within the iNNOVATE Tech Show.

How can we make production more resource-efficient and sustainable? What can be done to make global supply systems less vulnerable? And how can the Asian economy become more powerful and suited for the future by implementing a rapid shift to digital production? At the iNNOVATE Tech Show, which will be held in Kuala Lumpur from 19-21 October 2022, join exhibitors from all over the world to solve these issues.

In the coming years, all major corporations are trying to become more sustainable when it comes to operations. This can only be accomplished with internet of Things (iOT) and artificial intelligence-based smart production lines that provide an unprecedented level of flexibility. As a result, inflexible conveyor technology will be replaced by robots, cobots, mobile robotic systems, and AGVs as part of a digital network. This allows production facilities to switch from one product to another practically instantly without having to replace expensive equipment. It’s all because of the smart factory.

Use of robots in domestic production could compensate for supply bottlenecks. Robots which includes drones have the potential to mitigate labor shortages through increased automation—while preventing jobs from being outsourced abroad.

Industrial robotics also enables the competitive production of green tech products such as solar panels, batteries for e-mobility, and charging stations for Electric Vehicles.

Because of the demand for automation, the iNNOVATE Tech Show co-located with the Global Drone Conference will be the most important trade show to be part of this year. Following the closing of international borders due to the pandemic, and two years of rigorous development, an unprecedented display of technology is expected. Knowing the main components of tomorrow’s production today, such as AI components, easy-to-use cobots, self-learning robots, and cutting-edge programming tools and software, will be a big advantage to businesses. As a result, this is the best time to showcase and take part in the iNNOVATE Tech Show.

iNNOVATE Tech Show 2022 with the theme “Innovation and Technologies for a Better Future” will showcase innovations and products that span the tech industry, from automotive to drones, digital health, connectivity, future mobility, retail, smart buildings and more, attendees will see the latest product launches, hear insights from global visionaries, engage with global brands and startups, chat and meet with attendees from around the globe.

Register now at: by 30th June 2022 and enjoy a 10% discount off exhibitor spaces.

For more info, please visit the iNNOVATE Tech Show or email