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Hai-O sees higher earnings in FY12
Oct 20, 2011
Source : The Edge Malaysia by Max Koh

KUALA LUMPUR: Hai-O Enterprise Bhd expects higher profit in FY12 on improving sales of its consumable products, said co-founder and group managing director Tan Kai Hee.

He said the multi-level marketing (MLM) group is focusing on promoting its consumable products such as health supplements and herbs that have higher margins and repeat sales for recurring income.

 
 
Hai-O expects better results in 2012
 
Oct 19, 2011
Source : Business Times
 
Hai-O Enterprise Bhd expects a better performance for the financial year ending April 30, 2012, with the anticipation of better sales for its core products in the health, beauty and fashion range.

Managing Director Tan Kai Hee said Hai-O was confident earnings would improve despite the multi-level-marketing (MLM) industry being highly regulated by the government.
 
Hai-O sees earnings picking up in 2012
 
Oct 19, 2011
Source : The Edge Malaysia by Max Koh
 
KUALA LUMPUR: HAI-O ENTERPRISE BHD is expecting to see higher profits for FY2012, on the back of improving sales for its consumable products, said its co-founder and group managing director Tan Kai Hee.

He said on Wednesday, Oct 19 that the multi-level marketing (MLM) group was now focusing on marketing its consumable products such as health supplements and herbs which had higher margins and ensure repeated sales for recurring income.
 
36th Annual General Meeting (AGM)
 
Oct 19, 2011
 
The Company received questions from the Minority Shareholders Watchdog Group (MSWG). You may click on the links below for the questions raised by MSWG & our reply.
 
KPMG Shareholder Value Awards 2011 - Top 100
 
Oct 01, 2011
Source : Malaysian Business
 
1 October 2011 - Hai-O was recently listed again under the KPMG Shareholder Value Awards 2011 - Top 100 and ranked at no.9.
 
Another muted quarter for Hai-O Enterprise
 
Sep 30, 2011
Source : The Edge Financial Daily
 
Hai-O Enterprise Bhd

(Sept 29, RM1.67)
Maintain sell at RM1.66 with target price of RM1.27: Hai-O’s topline in the first quarter of FY04/12 declined by 6.9% year-on-year (y-o-y) to RM51 million.