BPIEF 2011 visitors can grab a chance to win CSL products


KUCHING:  Known better for its acronym of ‘Commitment, Service & Loyalty’, CSL, the Malaysian-made company that brought affordable mobile devices to Malaysians nationwide will be sponsoring a host of lucky draw prizes at the upcoming Borneo Post International Education Fair 2011.

COMMITMENT: BPIEF 2011 organising chairman Dorge Rajah (left), CSL sales manager Nick Chai flanked by CSL personnel displaying an array of CSL products to be won in the BPIEF lucky draw.

To be held from Feb 19-20 at the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching, BPIEF 2011 will feature over 80 public and private education providers worldwide.

Among the CSL products visitors can look forward to winning at the BPIEF 2011 are the DroidPad Spice Mi700 and their multifunction Android phone Mi300.

Established in 1998, CSL has grown by leaps and bounds. Made up of a group of companies, it has generated up to RM1 billion in sales turnovers.

This year alone, CSL’s Sarawak branch has sold 10,000 units per month and exceeded sales estimates for the DroidPad.

Over the last decade, CSL has been diversifying its products from mobile phones to include netbook and notebook technologies and has been given awards like the Best Malaysian Brand 2008/2009 and the JCI Creative Young Entrepreneur Award 2009.

It has also created the widest dealers and sales network consisting of more than 2600 shops and kiosks nationwide and in other Southeast Asian countries like Thailand, Indonesia and Singapore. It is set to push its business ventures to countries like the Philippines, Cambodia and Vietnam within the next few years.

For more information on the BPIEF, log onto www.bpief.com or check us out on facebook.

For CSL’s upcoming launches and events, check them out on facebook, ‘CSL Sarawak’ or contact Alpine Communication Sdn Bhd at 082-347919.