Recognizing Crème de la Crème Industry Players for Their Outstanding Achievements

Published by Amirul Sanusi @ 25/05/2018

McMillan Woods Global Awards 2018 returned to recognize reputable individuals and organizations that excel in their respective industries. The esteemed award ceremony was held at Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur and were filled with crème de la crème star-studded guests. The attendees dazzled on the red carpet as they arrived in style with Rolls-Royce at the prestigious event themed ‘The Great Gatsby’.

Hosted by McMillan Woods Global, it was designed with a prime focus to highlight and recognize the achievements of the global leading business visionaries across all industry sectors, as well as honour their contributions towards global transformation and nation-building. The global awards presentation is aimed to create a solid platform for business networking opportunities among the successful and astute entrepreneurs. These initiatives will serve as a catalyst for the emergence of new business potentials and to spur the global industrial growth despite the current global economic slowdown. Undeniably, the McMillan Woods Global Awards 2018 is also aimed to target outstanding leaders who have aspirations to chart the uncharted territories across the unknown horizon.

Miss Elena Kong with Dato' Seri Raymond

The Guest of Honour present for the prestigious McMillan Woods Global Awards 2018 was none other than Y.M. Tunku Dato' Mu'tamir bin Tunku Tan Sri Mohamed who presented the awards to the recipients to include Madam Gina Rinehart – Still the richest woman in Australia), Miss Elena Kong Mei-yee – The renowned film star hails from Hong Kong; Malaysia’s very own soprano singer – Ms Dewi Liana Seriestha; Mr. Selvaraj K, a prominent and astute player from Sri Lanka; not forgetting master illusionist Dr. Mahdi Moudini and most sought after supermodel – Amber Chia amongst many other astute and successful entrepreneurs. A total of 33 global CEOs and celebrities received their respective awards.

Dignitaries from Australia, Bangladesh, China, Cyprus, India, Iran, Korea, Singapore, Sri Lanka and United Kingdom to include Hong Kong attended the awards event. The magical night ended with a charity auction where a painting was sold for RM35, 000 and the total amount of contribution raised was up to RM100, 000. All donations will be distributed to selected charity organizations.

Dato' Seri Raymond giving speech on stage