Virtual Celebration of Malaysia’s 63rd Independence Day

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Topic: Virtual Celebration of Malaysia’s 63rd Independence Day

Time: Aug 31, 2020 03:00 PM Dhaka

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BMCCI Web Talk Series: Session 8

You are cordially invited to attend to the BMCCI Web Talk Series: Session 8: Pandemic and Banking in Bangladesh

Date and Time: 25th July 2020, Saturday, 04:00 PM, Bangladesh Time

Speaker for the session:
Syed Mahbubur Rahman
Managing Director & CEO
Mutual Trust Bank Limited (MTB)

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BMCCI Web Talk Series: Session 7

You are cordially invited to attend to the BMCCI Web Talk Series: Session 7: RMG INDUSTRY PRE COVID AND POST COVID

Date and Time: 18th July 2020, 04:00 PM, Bangladesh Time

Speaker for the session:
Faisal Samad
Senior Vice President, Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA)
Managing Director, Savartex Group

Special Guest:
Mohammad Khalil Ibrahim
Minister Counsellor
High Commission of Malaysia, Dhaka

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BMCCI Virtual Members Meet

Respected Members,

You are cordially invited to the event, BMCCI Virtual Members Meet on July 11, 2020, Tuesday at 4:00 PM Bangladesh Time (6:00 PM Malaysia Time). This event will be organized in virtual conference app Zoom on the topic “How You Want BMCCI to Move Forward to The New Normal”. His Excellency, Amir Farid Dato’ Abu Hasan, Acting High Commissioner of Malaysia in Bangladesh has consented to join the event as Special Guest.

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For any query, please communicate with Hasanur Rahman Chowdhury at 880 1819412110 and secretary@bmcci.org.bd

BMCCI Web Talk Series: Session 6

You are cordially invited to attend to the BMCCI Web Talk Series: Session 6: Following the COVID-19 Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities for Entrepreneurship

Date and Time: 4th July 2020, 04:00 PM, Bangladesh Time

Speaker for the session:
Manwar Hossain
Group Managing Director
Anwar Group of Industries
Chairman
Bangladesh Steel Manufacturers’ Association (BSMA)

Special Guest:
His Excellency Amir Farid Dato’ Abu Hasan
Acting High Commissioner
High Commission of Malaysia, Dhaka

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BMCCI Web Talk Series, Session 5

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Covid-19 Impact on Recruitment Sector And Our National Economy

Date and Time: 27th June 2020, 04:00 PM, Bangladesh Time

Speaker for the session:
Shameem Ahmed Chowdhury Noman
Secretary General
Bangladesh Association of International Recruiting Agencies (BAIRA)

Special Guest:
His Excellency Amir Farid Dato’ Abu Hasan
Acting High Commissioner
High Commission of Malaysia, Dhaka

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BMCCI Web Talk Series, Session 4

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Legal Aspects of Covid-19 : Business Impact
Date and Time:
20th June 2020, 04:00 PM, Bangladesh Time
Speaker for the session:
Tanjib-ul Alam
LL.B (London), Barrister
Head of Chamber
Tanjib Alam and Associates
Special Guest:
His Excellency Amir Farid Dato’ Abu Hasan
Acting High Commissioner
High Commission of Malaysia, Dhaka
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BMCCI Web Talk Series, Session 3 -“Financing Challenges in Post COVID-19 World”

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Financing Challenges in Post COVID-19 World

Date and Time: 13th June 2020, 04:00 PM, Bangladesh Time

Speaker for the session:
Mashiul Huq Chowdhury
Managing Director & CEO
Community Bank Bangladesh

Special Guest:
His Excellency Amir Farid Dato’ Abu Hasan
Acting High Commissioner
High Commission of Malaysia, Dhaka

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BMCCI Web Talk Series, Session 2: Effects of COVID-19 on Business vis-à-vis New Opportunities

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Effects of COVID-19 on Business vis-à-vis New Opportunities

Date and Time: 6th June 2020, 04:00 PM, Bangladesh Time

Speaker for the session:
Syed Almas Kabir
President, BASIS
Director, FBCCI
Immediate-Past Vice President, BMCCI

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  BMCCI Board of Directors 2020 – 2021

Ref : BMCCI/2020/005                                                                                                Date : 1st January, 2020

                                             BMCCI Board of Directors 2020 – 2021

This is for kind information of all concerned that Raquib Mohammad Fakhrul (Rocky) has been elected as the President of Bangladesh-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BMCCI) for the term 2020-2021 in the 18th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of BMCCI held on December 28, 2019. The address and details of the newly elected Office Bearers and Directors are mentioned below:

 

01. Raquib Mohammad Fakhrul (Rocky)

President

Chairman

Ayurvedia Pharmacy (Dacca) Limited
Munshi Village, 413, Nayanagar, Coca Cola Road, Gulshan, Vatara, Dhaka-1212

Tel: +880-2-9850452
Cell: +88 01711- 522 500
Fax: +880-2-9861893
E-mail : raquib@raquibmunshi.com,

president@bmcci.org.bd

Website : www.munshicorp.com

 

02. Md. Anwar Shahid

Vice President

Managing Director

Shimex International Ltd.

House # 105, Road # 4 (Flat B-4),

Block # B, Banani, Dhaka-1213

Tel : +880-2-55035417

Cell : +88 01713 034 835

E-mail : shimex@global-bd.net

anwar@masconsultantsbd.com 

Website : www.shimexintl.com

 

03. Mahtab Uddin Ahmed

Vice President

Managing Director & CEO 

Robi Axiata Limited

Robi Corporate Office
53, Gulshan South Avenue, Gulshan-1, Dhaka-1212

Tel : +880-2-9887149-52
Cell: +88 01819 210 076
Fax: +880-2-9885463
E-mail: mahtab@robi.com.bd 

Website : www.robi.com.bd

04. Mahbubul Alam

Hon. Secretary General

Director & Chief Operating Officer

Quasem Food Products Limited

“Icon Centre (4th, 6th & 9th Floor),

Plot No. 57/4, Pragoti Sarani, North Baridhara, Dhaka-1212

Tel : +880-09612 007700, 09612 007706

Cell : +88 01711 564 512

E-mail : mahbubulalam@quasemgroup.com,

secretarygeneral@bmcci.org.bd

Website : www.quasemfood.com

05. Dato’ Goonahlam Subramaniam

Hon. Jt. Secretary General

General Director

K-Link International Bangladesh (Pvt.) Ltd.

Genetic Point 11 (Level-5), House # 25,

Road # 11, Block # H, Banani, Dhaka-1213

Tel : +880-2-5504 1931-34, +88 01973339898

Cell : +88 01787 660 369

E-mail : goonahlam@gmail.com

Website : www.klinkbangladesh.com

06. Syed Moinuddin Ahmed

Hon. Treasurer

Managing Director

GD Assist Limited

Green Delta Aims Tower

51-52 Mohakhali C/A, Dhaka-1212

Tel : +880-2- 9851902 Ext. 207

Cell : +88 01730 029 758

Fax : +880-2- 9898227

E-mail : syedmoinuddinahmed@gmail.com

Website : www.green-delta.com

07. K. M. Mijanur Rahman

Director

Managing Director

Maria Food Products Ltd.

House # 24/A, Road # 42, Level-4,

Gulshan # 2, Dhaka-1212

Tel : +880-2-8833499, 9352817

Cell : +88 01711 534 140

Fax : +880-2-9361411

E-mail : bake_tekno@yahoo.com

Website : www.mariafoodbd.com

 

08. Jamilur Rahman

Director

Managing Director

Extol (Bangladesh) Ltd. 
Eastern View, Suite No. 6/8-9
50 Nayapoltan, D.I.T. Extension Road, Dhaka-1000Tel : +880-2-935 2334, 4935 0917, 49353892
Cell : +88 01711 544 484
E-mail : extolbd@gmail.com,

radix@agni.com

09. Rubaiyat Ahsan

Director

Managing Director

ALLIANT Limited

Gulshan Parkview, Flat # 3/3, House # 3B (NEL),

Road # 84, Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1212

Tel : +880-2-8837 008

Cell : +88 01711 563 005

Fax : +880-2-9892652                                                                          E-mail: rubaiyat@dhaka.net,  

rubaiyat.alliant@gmail.com

10. Ln. Mohammad Ershad Hussain Rana

Director

Chairman & CEO

Dawn Trading International

Mobarak Palace

House – 23/A, Road – 02, Level – 4D

DOHS Banani, Dhaka – 1213

Tel : +880-2-8714 325, 8713 127

Cell : +88 01552 310 016

Fax :  +880-2-8856642

E-mail:ershadrana@yahoo.com, ershadrana@gmail.com, dawngroupbangladesh@gmail.com

11. Farzana Chowdhury

Director

 

Director

Nascom (Pvt) Limited

Green Delta Aims Tower (8th Floor)

51-52 Mohakhali C/A, Dhaka-1212

Tel : +880-2- 9851156

Cell : +88 01713 090 142

Fax : +880-2- 9851124

E-mail:farzana@green-delta.com, nascom@link3.net

 

12. A K M Shamsuzzaman

Director

Proprietor

Green Traders

R. B. Court (1st Floor),

54 Agrabad C/A, Chittagong-4100

Tel : +880-31-720719, 2526267, 2526178

Cell : +88 01819 313 909

Fax : +880-31-715199

E-mail:zaman@sns-bd.com, akmshamsuzzaman24@gmail.com

13 Engr. Md. Mehedi Hasan

Director

Managing Director

Lecture Publications Limited

Razzak Tower (5th Floor)

5 Purana Paltan, Dhaka-1000

Tel : +880-2-9570980, 7125851

Cell : +88 01711 560 085

Fax : +880-2-7125854

E-mail:ceo@omicon.com

Website : www.lecturepublications.org

14. Mahbub Alam Shah

Director

Executive Director 

SMH New Generation Apparels Ltd.

52, New Eskaton Road,
TMC Building (7th Floor), Dhaka – 1000

Tel: +880-2-4831 8642, 9344549, 9346645
Cell: +88 01937 180 678 (BD), +6016 3477111, 0133486678 (Malaysia)

Fax : +880-2-48318136
E-mail:alam166@yahoo.com, shahanshah111@gmail.com, meizen.travels@gmail.com

15. Md. Motaher Hoshan Khan

Director

Director

Bengal Technological Corporation Ltd.

40 Inner Circular Road, Naya Paltan, Dhaka-1000

Tel : +880-2-9345601-3

Cell : +88 01713 014 419

Fax : +880-2-9345604

E-mail : motaher@live.com

Website : www.btclbd.com

16. Sifat Ahmed Chaudhuri

Director

Group Director

Krishibid Firm Limited

801, Begum Rokeya Sarani, Kazipara, Mirpur, Dhaka-1216

Tel : +880-2-9034033, 9016318, 9034022

Cell : +88 01966-554433, 01711 345313

Fax : +880-2-8034120

Email: directorfinance@krishibidgroup.com,  

sifatchaudhuri1@gmail.com

 

Hasanur Rahman Chowdhury

Secretary                                                                                                                               

                                                                                                                                              

 

RAQUIB MOHAMMAD FAKHRUL ELECTED PRESIDENT OF BMCCI

Raquib Mohammad Fakhrul (Rocky), Chairman of Ayurvedia Pharmacy (Dacca) Ltd. and Mahbubul Alam, Director & Chief Operating Officer of Quasem Food Products Limited have been elected as President and Hon. Secretary General respectively of the Bangladesh-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BMCCI) for the term 2020-2021 in the 18th Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on Saturday 28th December, 2019.

Md. Anwar Shahid, Managing Director of Shimex International Ltd. and Mahtab Uddin Ahmed, Managing Director & CEO  of Robi Axiata Limited  as Vice Presidents, Dato’ Goonahlam Subramaniam, Director of K-Link International Bangladesh Pvt. Ltd. and Syed Moinuddin Ahmed, In-Charge of GD Assist Ltd. have been elected as Hon. Joint Secretary General and Hon. Treasurer respectively for the same period.

The other elected Directors are K. M. Mijanur Rahman, Managing Director of Maria Food Products Ltd., Jamilur Rahman, Managing Director of Extol (Bangladesh) Ltd., Rubaiyat Ahsan, Managing Director of ALLIANT Limited, Ln. Mohammad Ershad Hussain Rana, Chairman & CEO of Dawn Trading International, Farzana Chowdhury, Director of Nascom (Pvt) Ltd., A. K. M. Shamsuzzaman, Proprietor of Green Traders, Engr. Md. Mehedi Hasan, Managing Director of Lecture Publications Ltd., Mahbub Alam Shah, Executive Director of SMH New Generation Apparels Ltd., Md. Motaher Hoshan Khan, Director of Bengal Technological Corporation Ltd., Sifat Ahmed Chaudhuri, Director Finance of Krishibid Firm Limited.

Prospect of KL job market reopening hits a snag

The prospect of reopening Malaysian job market for Bangladeshi workers this year has become uncertain following the postponement of a meeting of the joint working group.

The meeting was scheduled for November 24-25.

There were high hopes among the government high-ups and stakeholders that the meeting would have led to the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the two countries on the reopening of the labour market, which remained closed since September 2018.

“We are yet to get any information about a new date for the working group meeting. We hope that the meeting will be held soon,” Expatriate Welfare and Overseas Employment Minister Imran Ahmed told the FE on Sunday.

According to official sources, the Malaysian government is yet to approve the draft of the MoU. Besides, there are other complications such as present political situation in Malaysia. There is a rumour of a cabinet reshuffle in that country.

“And there might be a change in the human resources ministry, the custodian of the Malaysian job market. So, we cannot say anything about the developments right now,” said a senior official who declined to be named.

After his visit to Malaysia last Month, Mr Imran said he was hopeful that the Malaysian government would take a positive decision after the joint working group meeting.

Referring to his meeting with Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and Human Resource Minister M Kulasegaran, the Bangladesh minister said the Malaysian government agreed to reopen the country’s labour market for Bangladeshis at the earliest possible time.

In July last, after a meeting with his Malaysian counterpart Saifuddin Abdullah in Dhaka, Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said he was optimistic that manpower export to Malaysia would resume in August 2019, as Kuala Lumpur is working on a “comprehensive understanding” to recruit Bangladeshi workers afresh.

But Amir bin Omar, secretary general of Malaysia’s Human Resources Ministry, recently told the media that the tentative plan to sign a deal was postponed because the details of the deal had yet to be settled.

He said the ministry has also decided that it wants the full Malaysian cabinet to approve the deal before the two countries meet, rather than after, but still expects that it will be signed by early December, according to a report of the Voice of America.

“We are talking about who has to [pay], the employer or the employee, how much; that is the thing we need to discuss in detail,” Omar added.

He said migrant workers would very likely still have to cover some of the costs, such as their travel. But he added that Malaysia was intent on taking most of the financial burden off their backs and to open up the recruitment process to more agencies.

“We want to leave it open to the market, but that is subject to our discussions with Bangladesh,” Omar said.

Malaysia stopped allowing Bangladeshi migrant workers into the country last year in the face of huge criticism that a syndicate of 10 recruitment agencies were allowed to send workers from Bangladesh to Malaysia.

It was alleged by the rights groups that the migration cost shot up to nearly Tk 500,000 for a Bangladeshi worker due to the syndication while the actual cost was not more than Tk 200,000.

The syndicate was accused of making reckless profit through bribing a section of officials of the previous government of Malaysia led by then prime minister Najib Razzak.

Last month, officials of the Bangladesh Association of International Recruiting Agencies (BAIRA) met the Expatriate Welfare and Overseas Employment minister and urged him to ensure that the labour market remains open to all its 1,200 members.

Many BAIRA leaders told this correspondent that the syndicate has again launched its efforts to create a monopoly market for them.

“The United States banned imports from Malaysian rubber gloves maker WRP Asia Pacific in October over suspicion that its factories were using forced labour, and other factories in the country were at risk of similar sanctions,” according to a recent VoA report.

Dhaka to host ‘Showcase Malaysia’ in December

Dhaka to host ‘Showcase Malaysia’ in December[ Trade-market ] 01/09/2019

Dhaka will host the \’6th Showcase Malaysia\’ in December, said Bangladesh-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BMCCI).

The BMCCI made the announcement at a ceremony at the chamber office in the capital on Saturday marking the 62nd Independence Day of Malaysia.

The three-day exposition is scheduled to be held on December 3-5, it said.

Malaysia\’s Acting High Commissioner in Dhaka Amir Farid Abu Hasan was present at the Southeast Asian country\’s independence day celebration programme, among other dignitaries.

Addressing the programme, he highlighted the colourful story of Malaysia\’s successful transformation from a newly-independent third world country to one of the most successful states in the globe today.

The country achieved this by transforming its socioeconomic landscape, he said.

The transformation has sent a message across the world that people are capable of bringing about positive impact in the development of a nation through their strong spirit of solidarity, he said.

“We see more Malaysian companies (are) taking interest in making investment in Bangladesh. The Malaysian companies that are already established in Bangladesh are expanding their footholds,” he mentioned.

Malaysia\’s total trade with Bangladesh was US $2.37 billion last year, a 35.6 per cent increase compared to that a year before, he added.

BMCCI President Syed Moazzam Hossain said that Bangladesh\’s total export was $2.8 billion in June, 2019, while total import stood at $3.9 billion, registering an increase of 3.4 per cent year on year.

Bangladesh\’s export to Malaysia, however, was only $260 million at the same time, he added.

Moazzam requested the Malaysian investors – both new and potential ones – and Bangladeshi investors to participate in the 6th Showcase Malaysia to be held at Pan Pacific Sonargaon hotel.

Courtesy: msshova@gmail.com

BIDA launches massive hunt for entrepreneurs in Bangladesh

BIDA launches massive hunt for entrepreneurs in Bangladesh

The investment promotion authority has launched an innovative campaign across Bangladesh to bring out potential entrepreneurs for fostering investments and generating jobs.
Executive Chairman of the Bangladesh Investment Development Authority or BIDA Kazi M Aminul Islam said people irrespective of their educational background can drop their innovation ideas to them if they want to be an entrepreneur.
A jury board comprising members from the government and private sector as well as successful entrepreneurs will select potential entrepreneurs from those ideas for further training, the BIDA boss said at a press meet while launching the campaign on Wednesday.
At least 24,000 such entrepreneurs will receive month-long extensive training to become an entrepreneur under the Entrepreneurship and Skill Development Project or ESDP. It is an initiative to implement Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s special drive to make Bangladesh a nation of entrepreneurs and innovation, the BIDA boss said.
Interested entrepreneurs can register by calling the toll free number 09613112211 or via Facebook by visiting www.facebook.com/ESDPBIDA or by visiting www.esdp.gov.bd.
Riding on a labor-intensive economy, Bangladesh has emerged as the second largest apparel exporter.
The BIDA chairman said the future will be totally different. It will be based on knowledge and technology.
“We’ll need entrepreneurs who will create jobs. We are working to create those entrepreneurs,” he said. Registration and training will go simultaneously as the project will continue for two years.
“Our target is to complete this in two years. But it can be expanded. Top of all, our work will not be limited within two years. It’ll be a continuous process and we want to create a rippling effect in the society,” Kazi Aminul said, adding that they would inspire youths who lack courage despite having potentials to be entrepreneurs.
Money will not be a problem, he said, as the government has allocated Tk. 1 billion in the budget for funding innovative entrepreneurs.
He said they are also working on a policy so that more funds can be generated to help start-ups.
“Virtually we will encourage all kinds of entrepreneurships. Those who have new plans, different plans are welcome to submit their plans using any means. We are ready to welcome them,” he said.
“We will create a database. We’ll contact with everyone who will send their plan and train those who have fire inside,” he said.
BIDA has already set up physical facilities in all 64 districts in Bangladesh with provisions of training, mentoring and networking.

Source: bdnews24.com

Salman F. Rahman, MP emphasized on preparation for Fourth Industrial Revolution

Mr. Salman F. Rahman, M.P., Private Industry and Investment Adviser to the Prime Minister, emphasized on preparation for Fourth Industrial Revolution while addressing at a business luncheon on Fourth Industrial Revolution – Preparation as the Chief Guest organized by Bangladesh-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BMCCI) supported by BBS Cables Ltd.   

The adviser urged the Bangladeshi business leaders to prepare themselves to face the challenges of the fourth industrial revolution. He added, “The challenges poised to be created due to the Fourth Industrial Revolution will be extremely tough.”              

 In his speech the adviser said “It is absolutely true that we have come so far because of the leadership, wisdom and vision of the Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. She brought into us a belief in Bangladesh and feeling for Bangladesh as well.”

 The adviser further added, the most significant thing the Prime Minister did was re-establish the true spirit of independence in the nation’s psyche. “That is why today Bangladesh is where it is.”

 Rahman also said that the fourth industrial revolution is taking place and people now resort to artificial intelligence and the internet of things to control the supply chain network. “We need to adopt and model our own network in line with those latest technologies,”

 Hon’ble Acting High Commissioner, High Commission of Malaysia, Amir Farid Abu Hasan also emphasized on skilled man power. He said, due to industrial automation in developed countries, currently new employment opportunities are being created, alongside traditional profession has abolished. Already, the negative impacts of automation have fallen in the ASEAN countries; as a result, a large number of people have become jobless. He suggested all involved researchers, innovators, policy-makers and citizens to be well informed, adequately trained to ensure that we build a better future.

 Syed Moazzam Hossain, President of BMCCI welcomed the guests and said that the new age is differentiated by the speed of technological breakthroughs, the pervasiveness of scope and the tremendous impact of new systems. He added these technologies are on course to change the world order; they are time-sensitive and are evolving exponentially. He also added the importance of one stop service for the development of Bangladesh economy.

 Syed Almas Kabir, President of BASIS & Vice President of BMCCI presented the Key note paper on the occasion and highlighted the preparation of Bangladesh to face the challenge. He said, it is the time to leverage mental capacity, as opposed to labor. He also emphasized on the transformation of education and skill development. He further added, jobs are at risk of automation and 35% of core skills will change by next 5 years.

BMCCI members, presidents of leading Chambers and Associations, bankers, Government officials, business leaders, media personalities, and journalists took part in the Business Luncheon.

4th Showcase Bangladesh 2018- Go Global will be held on Thursday, 11th July, 2019 at Royal Chulan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

It’s our pleasure to inform you that the 4th Showcase Bangladesh 2018- Go Global will be held on Thursday, 11th July, 2019 at Royal Chulan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, instead of 24th April, 2019. Please accept our sincere regret for rescheduling the date and if any inconvenience this may cause you.

H.E. Tipu Munshi, M.P., Hon’ble Minister, Ministry of Commerce, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh has kindly consented to grace the occasion as the Guest of Honor. We expect H.E. Y.B. Datuk Ignatius Darell Leiking, Hon’ble MITI Minister of Malaysia to inaugurate the program as the Chief Guest.

We are expecting that the event will be more contributory and participatory with the involvement of government agencies and concerned stakeholders.

We expect your kind support, cooperation and most importantly participation in this long-awaited event.