GES 2009 builds on the theme ‘Building Connections, Unlocking Opportunities’, reinforcing the importance of building strong business links, partnerships and knowledge of markets, for your organisation to remain agile and resilient. With an ensemble of renowned speakers and thought leaders, GES 2009 features compelling business leadership Conferences, Business Awards Night, Business Matching and Networking activities offering delegates an excellent platform to understand the current business challenges and identify trends and successful strategies for the future.
GES 2009 Events
- APEC SME Summit 2009, 12 November 2009
The APEC SME Summit 2009 is the international premier business summit for senior executives and business owners of growing and mid-sized companies. It is a unique platform where highly successful entrepreneurs, self-made millionaires, senior managers, industry experts, thought leaders and senior government officials share their experience, debate current business issues and discuss winning market strategies. Meet Jack Ma of Alibaba, Richard Li of PCCW and other renowned speakers.
- Global Diaspora Business Summit (GDBS) 2009, 11 November 2009
The Premier Annual Diaspora Business Event which is in its third year will be a 'bridging of worlds' for the various diaspora business communities' globally through established networks.
- Latin Asia Business (LAB) Forum 2009, 12 November 2009
Explore how Latin American governments are strengthening their competitiveness to increase trade and how Asian companies can position themselves to expand in Latin America.
- Indo-China Business Leaders Bridge Forum, 11 November 2009
Learn about investment and business opportunities in Vietnam and build strong business links with Vietnam companies.
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