Thursday, December 2, 2010
Hi again guys! its been a loonnngg time yeh?
i guess i was busy running around munching during the hari raya break!! not forgetting a belated Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Adha to our muslim friends!
many of you have just graduated and are now 'enjoying life!' ohhh how i envy you.
well im at my desk right now, munching on some fruits as i complete this report!
annnyywayyy, wanted to update you on an event thats coming up very soon!
INTRODUCING YOUNG CORPORATE MALAYSIANS SUMMIT! (happening this 11 December)
Young Corporate Malaysians (YCM) is a grouping of young Malaysian professionals between the ages of 21 to 30 and it is our objective to be the platform to bridge new members of the corporate world with CEOs and industry leaders. Other than the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals, it is our hope that such exposure may inspire them and ultimately allow them to aspire more for themselves and for the country. As per our belief in promoting inclusiveness, all our events are free of charge.
Thus far, since January 2008, we have organized 27 monthly CEO Series and we have convened the ‘1st Annual Young Corporate Malaysians Summit- Liberalisation of Malaysia’s Economy’ on Saturday 12th of December 2009.
On Saturday 11th of December 2010, at Nikko Hotel Kuala Lumpur, we will be organising our 2nd Annual Young Corporate Malaysian Summit – ASEAN: Emerging Opportunities and Challenges. It is an attempt by Young Corporate Malaysians to bring a new dimension of regional economic discussion to young Malaysian professionals. The summit will bring speakers and corporate partners from Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, Vietnam, Philippines, Laos and Cambodia. The summit shall be divided into four forums, exploring ASEAN in general, the rise of Indonesia, Islamic banking in ASEAN and lastly the position of Malaysia in ASEAN.
YCM strongly believes in a strong and progressive ASEAN. As a region, ASEAN is a 600 million people market with a combined GDP of USD 1.5 Trillion. If it is a country, it would be the 9th biggest economy in the world, and it will be growing at a rate faster than other bigger world economies – both in GDP and number of people. We believe that it is important to educate young corporate Malaysians about ASEAN, and this summit is YCM’s contribution to Malaysia’s future place in a better ASEAN.
You can read more about this at http://youngcorporatemalaysians.com/ycms2010/
Doesnt that sound exciting?? Well i strongly recommend that you check this out!
GRADUAN will definitely be there! :)