Asia House’s major conference in Singapore this November will put the big issues facing trade, investment, policy and technology in the spotlight. And it will be big brands that shape the conversation.
Speakers from Alibaba, Arup, Google, Jardines, Pfizer and Cisco will participate in the Asia House Global Trade Dialogue, taking place at the Mandarin Oriental Singapore on 7 November.
The conference will feature speeches from Stuart Gulliver, Non-Executive Director, Jardines, and former Group CEO of HSBC, and Arancha González, UN Assistant Secretary-General and Executive Director, International Trade Centre. A keynote speech from a Singapore government minister is also planned, while representatives from the UK Government and Monetary Authority of Singapore will also speak at the conference.
Representatives from global brands include:
Peter Chamley, Chair, Australasia Region of Arup
Stephanie Davis, Managing Director for Southeast Asia, Google
Dr Derek Wang, General Manager, Alibaba Cloud Singapore
Victor Chu, Chairman and CEO of First Eastern Investment Group
Pierre Gaudreault, Regional President, Asia Emerging Markets, Pfizer Biopharmaceuticals Group, Pfizer Inc.
Yasser Helmy, Head of Smart and Connected Communities, Asia Pacific, Cisco
Fajrin Rasyid, Co-Founder and President, Bukalapak
Vedrana Savic, Managing Director of Thought Leadership, Accenture Research
The Asia House Global Trade Dialogue follows the successful Asia House conference in Singapore in 2018, which brought hundreds of delegates together to hear insights from leading figures from across global business and policy.
Sponsored by Arup, Accenture and Pfizer, the Asia House Global Trade Dialogue will explore key issues across global trade, disruptive innovation and the future of cities.
View the full list of speakers and find out more about The Asia House Global Trade Dialogue