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Open Forum ASEAN
10/05/2017 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
Join a free open forum with inspirational ASEAN thought leaders, organised by the World Economic Forum, on Wednesday May 10th at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia, between 2pm and 4pm. Join a special panel of leading entrepreneurs and thinkers to debate the critical issues that will shape “the ASEAN dream”. This special program has been developed by the WEF for today’s Cambodia’s students and business leaders within the ASEAN community. It is an opportunity to discuss what the future might look like!
- Jamil Edmond Anderlini, Asia Editor, Financial Times, Hong Kong SAR, Young Global Leader.
- Tony F. Fernandes
Group Chief Executive Officer, AirAsia, Malaysia
- Kao Kim Hourn
Minister Delegate attached to the Prime Minister of Cambodia
- William Tanuwijaya
Founder of Tokopedia online shopping in Malaysia
- Ms. Wai Wai Nu
Founder and Director Women Peace Network, Myanmar
- Philipp Rosler
Head of Regional & Government Engagement, World Economic Forum
More about the World Economic Forum ASEAN Summit in Phnom Phnom:
Between May 10 & 12, the World Economic Forum is hosting its annual ASEAN summit in Phnom Penh under the theme of “Youth and Technology”. The ASEAN countries are becoming rapidly connected to the digital economy.
Indeed, the 10 countries of ASEAN together represent the fastest-growing internet population in the world. The number of people with internet access is growing by 124,000 every day – and will continue to grow at this pace for the next five years. As digital connectivity rises, it promises huge transformations. Economies will develop in new ways. The nature of jobs will change. The skills needed to do well in the future will evolve. The opportunities for the young will be sharply different to those in the past.
Today, ASEAN has strong economic growth. The countries of Southeast Asia are rapidly urbanizing, industrializing and also integrating with each other to create a powerful regional community of nations.
And the young age of the population means that ASEAN citizens will be more open to adopting new technologies than older countries. It promises a bright future. But nothing is guaranteed.
There will be limited seating for the Open Forum so please sign up now via this link provided: openforum.mpwt.gov.kh
DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR TICKET!
- Register with your email address and phone number
- Find ticket on your email
- Print it out
- Hand to facilitator at the entrance of the event
For more information, please contact Mrs. Sokuntheara PON, Phone: +855 17 276 713, Email: [email protected]
World Economic Forum, on Wednesday May 10th at ITC, between 2pm – 4 pm.