“Building on the successes of the first conference, this conference brings more excitement attracting participants from throughout the world. This century belongs to Asia in terms of future growth and geopolitical influences in the world. As per Asian Development Bank report the capacity for economic supremacy is in place, but the Asian nations must address weaknesses in education investment, women’s rights and technology, managing climate change effects on trade and economics, wage inequality, poor governance and corruption. This means there are huge challenges for businesses to establish world class practices; societies to change attitude and embrace non-indigenous cultural influences; governments and leaders to find new ways of leading the nations.
This conference offers both academics and practitioners the opportunity to share knowledge in several disciplines relevant to Asian countries. The focus is on ASEAN countries and the overarching question is how we together facilitate the developments in these emerging economies.
1. Global Education
2. Banking, Finance & Trade
3. Technology Innovation
4. Competitive Advantage of Nations
5. Harmonization of Accounting & Legal Regulations
6. MICE in ASEAN
The conference theme is “ASEAN Integration”. The conference organizers welcome contributions that draw upon contemporary developments in practices of management, education system, organizational development, studies in tropics, financial and economic planning, and others areas significant to socio cultural economic and environmental development.
Networking/Conference reception – Traditional Barong Dance
Key Note Address 1
Key Note Address 2
Round Table Discussion
Key Note Address 3
It’s a lunch . Get some rest!
Research Publication Networking
End of Day 1
Award Ceremony and Lunch
Closing Address and ICMAC 2015
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