Non-profit or­gan­i­sa­tion speaker will elab­o­rate on how to pre­vent loss of lives and dam­age to prop­er­ties

New Straits Times - - Business -


THE re­cent front-page ex­pose by Berita Har­ian on July 17 that at least 47 apart­ments and con­do­mini­ums in the coun­try are on high fire risk is some­thing that every in­volved party should take se­ri­ously.

Ac­cord­ing to the re­port, the Fire and Res­cue De­part­ment noted that about 10 per cent of 2,904 fire in­ci­dents from Jan­uary to June this year in­volved high-rise res­i­den­tial units.

With about 5,000 in­ci­dents oc­curred yearly in Malaysia, more than half of which in­volved res­i­den­tial units, it is cru­cial that every dweller or owner knows the ba­sic of fire pro­tec­tion and safety man­age­ment.

So, come and lis­ten to Faiket Luari, the en­gage­ment di­rec­tor of The Giv­ing Bank, at The New Straits Times Press (Malaysia) Bhd’s MyRumah Prop­erty Show­case at Aman Cen­tral Mall in Alor Star, Kedah, which starts to­day un­til Sun­day.

The Giv­ing Bank is a non-profit or­gan­i­sa­tion spe­cial­is­ing in on­line fundrais­ing plat­form.

With 17 years of ex­pe­ri­ence in sales, mar­ket­ing, busi­ness devel­op­ment, mar­ket re­search, train­ing and con­sul­ta­tion, Faiket will elab­o­rate on how to pre­vent loss of lives and dam­age to prop­er­ties.

The event, which is open from 10am to 10pm, will dis­play a wide range of units built by renowned de­vel­op­ers in north­ern ar­eas.

A to­tal of 30 speak­ers and real es­tate ex­perts will give talks and take part in fo­rums on Malaysia’s real es­tate mar­ket, its fu­ture out­look for this year, and valu­able tips and strate­gies for in­vest­ment and te­nancy, among oth­ers.

Faiket Luari

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