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DCISE Initiative appoints Dato Steve as Chairman: A Great Step Forward

Updated: Oct 12, 2023


Diplomatic Council’s Think Tank and Global Committee on Innovation, Sustainability, Entrepreneurship and Education (DCISE) appointed Dato' Steve as Chairman.

The Diplomatic Council's Think Tank and Global Committee on Innovation, Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, and Education, abbreviated as DCISE, is a groundbreaking initiative that marks a pivotal moment in our organization's commitment to advancing innovation, sustainability, entrepreneurship, and education on a global scale.

The Global Committee on Innovation, Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, and Education is led by Dato’ Steve Cheah, the Head of Mission to the Mekong countries, which encompass China, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. Dato’ Steve Cheah’s leadership, vision, and deep commitment to diplomacy, innovation, sustainability, entrepreneurship, and education make him an exemplary choice for this role.

DCISE is a dedicated platform within the Diplomatic Council that assembles thought leaders, experts, diplomats, and entrepreneurs to harness their collective wisdom and drive transformative change in four key areas. The multifaceted approach offers a wide array of benefits.




DCISE is a dedicated platform within the Diplomatic Council that assembles thought leaders, experts, diplomats, and entrepreneurs to harness their collective wisdom and drive transformative change in four key areas:

  1. Innovation: incubates groundbreaking ideas, fostering an environment where innovation thrives. It will serve as a catalyst for new technologies, business models, and solutions to global challenges.

  2. Sustainability: champions sustainability, advocating for responsible practices and initiatives that address environmental and social issues to empower communities to pursue sustainable development goals.

  3. Entrepreneurship: a commitment to fostering entrepreneurship that creates opportunities for entrepreneurs to flourish, spurring economic growth and job creation.

  4. Education: is the cornerstone of progress, to promote accessible and quality education, empowering youths, individuals and nations with the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in an interconnected world.



The committee’s multifaceted approach is inclusive and offers a wide array of benefits, contributing to socioeconomic development and bridging the gap between diplomacy and business:

  1. Economic Growth: focus on entrepreneurship and innovation will stimulate economic growth by fostering the creation and scaling of businesses.

  2. Sustainable Development: By advocating for sustainable practices and environmental conservation, to contribute to a more sustainable and resilient world.

  3. Education and Skills Development: to empower individuals with education and skills, enhancing employability and contributing to economic development.

  4. Diplomacy meets Business: serves as a bridge between diplomacy and business, facilitating international collaborations, partnerships, and initiatives that drive global progress.

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