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Top international experts from 12 countries, including representatives from two Governments, will speak at the AMEC Global Summit in Bangkok.
International speakers come from major global companies and South East Asia leaders including Huawei Technologies, ZALORA Group, Citigroup, Microsoft, American Express, GE South Asia, Mubadala, GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare and Lenovo.
Speakers will come to the Global Summit from China, United States, Singapore, India, Hong Kong, UAE (Dubai and Abu Dhabi), Australia, UK, France, Sweden and Denmark.
The two Government communications experts who will speak are David Watson, Head of Campaigns, Cabinet Office, Government Communications Service, HM UK Government and Ivan Yeo, Director (Research), Ministry of Communications and Information, Singapore Government.
The Global Summit has also won the support of 14 APAC regional PR and communications organisations, including IABC.
Barry Leggetter, CEO of AMEC, said: ““The Summit is all about learning from some of the best speakers in the world and being able to return to your own company or organisation and implement what you have learned.”
EarlyBird registration discounts are now available through the Summit website, together with a special rate negotiated at the AVANI Riverside Hotel, Bangkok, where the Summit will be held.