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Melco mask and red packet design competitions help generate new sources of revenue for local SME

November 23, 2020 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

Melco Resorts & Entertainment is dedicated to working hand in hand with stakeholders, including SMEs, towards the city’s economic diversification. The Melco Mask Design and Melco Red Packet Design competitions were launched in collaboration with Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Centre (CPTTM) to support local design talent, suppliers and manufacturers. Realizing Melco’s pledge to promoting the new industry, the winning designs will be produced and manufactured by local SMEs, helping to generate business opportunities and new sources of revenue for local enterprises.

Ms. Akiko Takahashi, Executive Vice President and Chief of Staff to Chairman & CEO of Melco Resorts & Entertainment, said, “We continue to enhance creativity in Macau through hosting a variety of competitions to support local designers and businesses. This year, with the global economy heavily impacted by the pandemic, the launch of the Melco Mask Design and Red Packet Design competitions aim to help create business opportunities and new sources of revenue for local SME suppliers whilst further demonstrating our commitment to boosting economic diversity in Macau. Congratulations to our winners and thank you to all participants and prized judges for their invaluable contributions. We are grateful for the support from our long-term collaborator CPTTM and look forward to realizing the designs as well as our pledge to supporting local SMEs.”

Melco Mask Design Competition Grand Design Award joint winner Ms. Ao Ieong Weng Ian, said, “I would like to thank the organizers for creating this opportunity for my work to be accessed and recognized by the professional jury. The confidence boost makes me feel more determined to continue entering more related competitions.” Grand Design Award joint winner Mr. Lei Tiago, said, “My design concept is based on traditional Macanese elements such as the city’s iconic decorative tiles and architecture to highlight the competition’s “Made in Macau” philosophy. The competition allows us to get creative, working to promote the local creative, production and manufacturing industries whilst we fight the epidemic as one with the community.”

Details of the competition winners and their designs are as follows:

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