Marketing & Promotion of Mas Ayu/BioSpektra products in Tawau, Sabah Konvensyen Panel Penasihat Klinik Kesihatan (PPKK) Peringkat Negeri Sabah 26th – 28th August 2014

At the invitation of Dr Kannan Raman, Chairman of Koperasi Ahli-Ahli Panel Kesihatan Negeri Selangor,  a marketing team headed by Dr Furizat Yahya  and represented by Mr Surendran Sanggarin and  Ms Asha Ravindran set off for Tawau, Sabah to showcase  the Mas Ayu/BioSpektra range of Highly Active Micro Nutrients with special emphasis on our solution and remedy for Dengue Fever.

The Convention  was  attended by more than 500 health officials  of various disciplines from all over Sabah, Sarawak and West Malaysia.

Many departments took up exhibition space to highlight their products and services. Dimesoft Sdn Bhd’s booth, strategically located at the main entrance of the convention hall drew quite a bit of public attention.

The marketing team was accorded a warm welcome and reception throughout the 3-day programme.

The pictures below depict some of the highlights  of the  Convention. 


Dr Furizat, CEO of Dimesoft Sdn Bhd, is seen here  flanked on the right by Mr Stanley Chin, Chairman of Panel Penasihat Klinik Kesihatan Negeri Sabah, Dr Kannan Raman, Chairman of Koperasi Ahli-Ahli  Panel Kesihatan Negeri Selangor with several participants of the Convention.  


Dr Christina Rundi, Pengarah Kesihatan Negeri Sabah, being briefed about our Dengue solution (for prevention, management and treatment) by Dr Furizat Yahya, while Mr Stanley Chin and Dr Kannan looks on. Dr Christina was very receptive and the team is confident that we will make inroads with KKM Negeri Sabah.


Dr Kannan and Mr Stanley Chin lending their voices in support of Prof. AK’s research and study on the development of Highly Active Micro Nutrient remedies for illness and wellness to Dr. Kamaliah, Timbalan Pengarah, KKM. She is seen here holding a copy of Prof. AK’s “Quest for the Discovery & Remedy for Dengue Fever” which details Prof’s arduous research and development of the solution for Dengue Fever.


A cross-section of the particpants who travelled from every nook and corner of the country. The convention ended with an interesting blend of traditional musical instruments, songs and dances of the various tribal communities of Sabah.