ITEX Returns to Reset, Reinvent and Reimagine Life through Breakthrough Innovations

Kuala Lumpur(ARN)— The 32nd installment of the International Invention, Innovation and Technology Exhibition (ITEX) returns this 13 – 14 December in Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre to showcase inventions set to advance our lives through its theme ‘Reset, Reinvent and Reimagine.’

The hybrid event will feature inventions of ground-breaking technology. This year, the theme is introduced to aid in our transition into an endemic phase of living with the coronavirus. The futuristic inventions presented are set to fascinate visitors and excite investors, venture capitalists and other stakeholders.

Jointly organized by Malaysian Invention and Design Society (MINDS) and C.I.S, this internationally renowned annual exhibition is a key launchpad for inventors seeking to market their products, technology, and innovations. This is a platform where inventors and potential investors come together to make it possible for ground-breaking inventions to commercialize and revolutionize the industry.

The blend of online and in-person exhibitions this year, continues to widen borders to encourage the participation of a diverse range of exhibitors. ITEX 2021 received approximately 500 inventions from participants of 15 countries and regions across all ITEX categories. This includes participation for the ITEX Invention and Design Competition as well as The World Young Inventors Exhibition (WYIE) comprising Asian Young Inventors Exhibition (AYIE) and Malaysian Young Inventors Exhibition (MYIE).

This year, the top three invention classifications for ITEX and WYIE includes: Medical and Health; Environment and Energy; and Education as well as Environment; Information and Communications Technology, Multimedia; and Agriculture respectively with over 30 inventions related to the prevention of the COVID-19 disease.