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GES 2011 is the foremost business leaders event in the region, focusing on global trends, innovation and growth strategies. GES aims to build a community of top business leaders in the region who are constantly seeking new ideas and solutions to create value for their customers and stakeholders, and learn new ways to power corporate growth and profitability amidst a fast shifting economic landscape. As trends emerge, organizations that are able to spot, capitalize or mitigate its effects will be in a better position to shape their own future.

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  • 1. 17 – 20 October 2011 Resorts World Sentosa GES BuSinESSLEadErS Summit 2011 Global Trends, Asian Insights www.globalentrepolis.com Lead Sponsor Platinum Sponsor Gold Sponsors Pocket Guide Sponsor Landyard Sponsor Knowledge Partners International Print Media Partner Presented by Organised by Supported By Held in
  • 2. the foremost Business Leaders event in AsiA Co-presented by the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) and Singapore Business Federation (SBF), GES attracts a community of top business leaders, entrepreneurs, high net worth individuals and policy makers from the region for a series of highly focused discussions on the latest global market outlook, trends, innovative ideas and new approaches to growth in the fast shifting economic landscape. Into its 8th edition, the SBF flagship business event annually gathers in Singapore an outstanding ensemble of renowned international speakers who are well recognised thought leaders and policy makers. Their participation and sharing of their experience and deep business insights help make GES a must attend event in Asia for business leaders. Supporting Organisations Media Partners e-Payment Partner Translation Partner2 register now! Tel: 65 6222 7230 I Fax: 65 6222 6729 I Email: enquiry@sbfpico.com
  • 3. events at a glance MoNday • 17 oct tueSday • 18 oct wedNeSday • i9 oct thurSday • 20 oct Managing Talent Risk Credit Management and Succession Planning Leadership Forum Masterclass 8.00am - 6.00pm 8.00am - 6.00pm Resorts World Sentosa Resorts World Sentosa Asia Pacific Sustainability Mega Trends Strategy Leadership Forum Masterclass 8.00am - 6.00pm GES Business GES Business 8.00am - 6.00pm DAY Resorts World Sentosa Leaders Summit Leaders Summit Resorts World Sentosa 8.00am - 6.00pm 8.00am - 6.00pm Gamification Masterclass - Compass Ballroom Compass Ballroom A New Paradigm in Resorts World Sentosa Resorts World Sentosa Networking Golf Marketing 7.00am - 3.00pm 8.00am - 6.00pm Tanjong Course, Sentosa Golf Club Resorts World Sentosa Site Visit Site Visit 7.00am - 4.00pm 8.00am - 2.00pm Iskandar Malaysia Marina Barrage & NEWater Plant GES evening GES Leaders Networking Networking Networking Evening Dialogue and Dinners Dinners Cocktail Party Gala Dinner (By invitation only) (By invitation only) Skybar, Hotel Rasa Sentosa Resort Michaelwho’s attending?meet participants from*: business matching Business Matching sessions are organised back-to-back throughout theABD Pte Ltd IDEO event. Our goal is to assist companies and organisations to forge strategicACHIEVE Group Indo Straits Trading Co (Pte) Ltd business partnership and networking with the relevant parties.Adinin Works & Engineering Sdn Bhd INSEADAgency for Science,Technology and Research Institute of Certified Public Accountants of All participants are invited to be part of the Business Matching sessions.Arab Bank plc Singapore To find out more please contact us at enquiry@sbfpico.com.Asian Development Bank International SOSAtos Information Technology (S) Pte Ltd Iskandar Regional Development AuthorityaurionPro Solutions Pte Ltd (IRDA)Australia and New Zealand Banking Group JTC CorporationLimited (ANZ) McKinsey & CompanyAWC Berhad Melcro Crown EntertainmentBritish Chamber of Commerce Singapore My Science LabBSI Bank Limited Singapore National Environment AgencyBuilding And Construction Authority (BCA) New Zealand Chamber of CommerceBuzzCity Ogilvy Public Relations WorldwideC K Tang Limited Paglas Group of CompaniesCamus Cognac Procter & GambleCarnegie Endowment Prudential Corporation AsiaCentennial Group Ramky International (Singapore) Pte LtdChunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd Rotary Electrical Co Pte LtdCollins Kumarasinghe Associates SanrioDBS Group Holdings & DBS Bank SBI Offshore LimitedDHL Consulting Singapore Economic Development BoardDIA Brand Consultants Pte Ltd Senoko Energy Supply Pte LtdDPDHL Consulting SGOS Capital Holdings SDN BHDDutch Chamber of Commerce (Singapore) ST Logistics Pte LtdEpsilon Telecommunications (SP) Pte Ltd Sumitomo Mitsui Banking CorporationEvernote Sustainable Development of Royal MailFederal Express Pacfic, INC Group of UK be part of theFortis Healthcare The Hina GroupFrost & Sullivan The McGraw-Hill CompaniesGinga Petroleum (S) Pte Ltd TimeWarnerHigh Commission of Brunei Darussalam Tuas Power Generation Pte LtdHigh Commission of Malaysia Commercial TUV SUD AG GeS communitySection (MATRADE) WILMAR InternationalHuawei Technologies Co Ltd Wing Tai Holdings LimitedHwa Chong Institution YCH Group Pte Ltd*Select list of companies represented register now! Tel: 65 6222 7230 I Fax: 65 6222 6729 I Email: enquiry@sbfpico.com 3
  • 4. engage with the brightest minds guest-of-Honour Policy Makers Lim Hng Kiang Senator Dato’ Sri Idris HE Cesar V. Purisima Minister for Trade and Jala Secretary of Finance Industry Minister in Prime Minister’s Philippines Singapore Office and CEO, Performance Management and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU) Malaysia Business Leaders Vishnu Shahaney Warren Hogan Iwan J. Azis CEO and Head of Institutional Chief Economist Head, Office of Regional Singapore ANZ Economic Integration ANZ Asian Development Bank Charles Cyril Camus Derek Sivers M. Ormiston President Founder Chairman Southeast Asia Camus Cognac CD Baby Bain & Company Dorjee Sun Dr Yukon Huang Esther An CEO Former World Bank Director Head of CSR & General Carbon Conservation for China and Senior Manager of Corporate Affairs Associate City Developments Limited Carnegie Endowment (CDL) Manu Bhaskaran Piyush Gupta Dr Weiming Jiang Partner & Board Member CEO President Centennial Group Inc DBS Group Holdings & DSM China DBS Bank Dr David A. Lubin Phil Libin Boris Linke Chairman CEO Regional Risk Director, Esty Sustainability Network Evernote Asia Pacific Founder & Director Euler Hermes Credit Insurance Palladium Group Agency (S) Pte Ltd Chris de Lavigne Malvinder Mohan Bill Powell Global Vice-President Singh Editor-At-Large Consulting Group Chairman China Bureau Chief Frost & Sullivan Fortis Healthcare FORTUNE Gabe Zichermann Virender Aggarwal Arnaud Vaissié Author of “Game-Based President and Region Head Co-Founder, Marketing” Asia Pacific, Australia, New Chairman and CEO USA Zealand, Middle East & Africa International SOS HCL Technologies Scott Anthony Paul Bennett Ismail Ibrahim Managing Director Managing Partner and Chief Executive Innosight Asia Pacific Chief Creative Officer Iskandar Regional IDEO Development Authority (IRDA) Malaysia4 register now! Tel: 65 6222 7230 I Fax: 65 6222 6729 I Email: enquiry@sbfpico.com
  • 5. HE Yoichi Suzuki Ho Tuck Chuen BG (NS) Tay Lim Japanese Ambassador to Group CFO Heng Singapore Jurong Town Corporation CEO Director on the Board Keppel Integrated Engineering Singapore Leisure Industry Head of Sustainable Development Keppel Corporation Constant Van Heang Chhor Chow Kam Wing Aerschot Senior Partner CFO, Executive Vice President VP, Sustainable Development McKinsey & Company Executive Director and Public Affairs Micro-Mechanics (Holdings) Lafarge and Co-Chair, Green Ltd Building Initiative WBCSD Andrew Tan Andrew Thomas Donald P. Kanak CEO Regional Director, Chairman National Environment Agency Southeast Asia Prudential Corporation Asia Singapore Managing Director, Singapore Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide Maurizio Marchesini Suryo B. Sulisto Ling Poon Lim Vice President Chairman Senior Vice President Asia Research & PT Bumi Resources and Head Business Development Development KADIN Indonesia Sembcorp Industries Ltd Procter & Gamble Annie Koh Thomas Thomas Francis Goh Associate Professor of Finance Executive Director Principal Mediator and Dean, Office of Executive Singapore Compact for CSR Singapore Mediation Centre & Professional Education Senior Partner Singapore Management Harry Elias Partnership LLP University Lu Ling Ling Ho Tong Yen Viswa Sadasivan Senior Legal Counsel CEO CEO Overseas Legal Affairs Sino-Singapore Tianjin Strategic Moves in-Charge, Sinochem Eco-city Nominated Member of International (Overseas) Parliament (NMP) Pte Ltd Singapore Kimberly Rath Sigve Brekke Dr Anil K. Gupta President and Managing Executive Vice President Michael Dingman Chair in Director Head, Telenor Asia Strategy & Entrepreneurship Talent Plus Operations The University of Maryland Telenor Group Visiting Professor of Strategy, INSEAD Adeo Ressi Martin Blake Adriaan Bouten CEO Executive Director SVP & CIO TheFunded.com and The Greenasia Group The McGraw Companies The Founder Institute Rajat Mathur Chief Sales & Operations Officer, Asia Pacific & Japan Wipro Technologiesregister now! Tel: 65 6222 7230 I Fax: 65 6222 6729 I Email: enquiry@sbfpico.com 5
  • 6. www.globalentrepolis.com GeS Business Leaders Summit day 1 • tuesday, 18 october 2011 8.00am Registration and Welcome Coffee & Tea concurrent Lunch Session i 9.00am Welcome Address Market outlook: aSeaN Tony Chew, Chairman, Singapore Business Federation 12.30pm Keynote Address ASEAN - Where The Future Lies 9.05am Opening Address by Guest of Honour 12.50pm Lunch Lim Hng Kiang, Minister for Trade and Industry, Singapore 1.15pm Special Address the BiG Picture Future Asia’s Growth and Integration Iwan J. Azis, Head, Office of Regional Economic Integration, 9.15am Ministerial Keynote Address Asian Development Bank 9.45am Setting the Scene concurrent Lunch Session ii The Global Business Outlook 2012 – Can Growth be Market outlook: Middle east Sustained? Whilst the global economy has emerged from the depth of the 12.30pm Keynote Address financial crisis, businesses continue to have to contend with very GCC Markets - What’s Next? different market conditions in US, Europe and the Asia Pacific. How 12.50pm Lunch should business leaders operate in this uncertain environment? With the threat of a double dip recession overhanging, where are 1.15pm Keynote Address markets headed? How should corporations organise themselves to compete in the new cauldron of business where the forces of concurrent Lunch Session iii competition are constantly shifting? Market outlook: Japan Charles M. Ormiston, Chairman, Southeast Asia, Bain & Company 12.30pm Keynote Address Reinventing Japan 10.15am The Rising Influence of Emerging HE Yoichi Suzuki, Japanese Ambassador to Singapore Economies 12.50pm Lunch How Asia is driving the next wave of globalisation and economic growth 1.15pm Keynote Address The rise and rise of China and India together with other fast Japan’s Globalisation Imperatives developing economies like Vietnam, Indonesia, Brazil and Russia Heang Chhor, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company are driving the global economy. They are producing a whole new generation of consumers, brands and globally competitive companies. Where are the opportunities and risks of these emerging economies? SPotLiGht oN chiNa & iNdia Warren Hogan, Chief Economist, ANZ 2.30pm Panel Discussion The Indian Economic Juggernaut - What’s Next? India is on the edge of something huge. With internationally 10.35am Panel Discussion competitive companies, booming stock markets, and a banking Panel Moderator: system that’s not saddled with bad loans, India is having a Annie Koh, Associate Professor of Finance and Dean, Office significant effect on reshaping the global economy. With its of Executive & Professional Education, Singapore Management fast-growing IT and outsourcing sectors, India is also becoming University the world’s back office. This session will take a look at what’s powering this economic juggernaut. Panelists: 3.30pm Afternoon Refreshments HE Cesar V. Purisima, Secretary of Finance, Philippines Warren Hogan, Chief Economist, ANZ 4.00pm Special Address Manu Bhaskaran, Partner & Board Member, Centennial China in the Next 10 years Group Inc. With annual growth forecasted at 8 -10% in the feasible future, China is projected to have a 7.5% share of GDP by the year 2020 Sigve Brekke, Executive Vice President and Head of Telenor and may possibly make up 40% of the world’s total population Asia Operations, Telenor Group and become the largest exporter of manufactured goods and services. This session will consider the impact of this economic 11.15am Morning Refreshments superpower in the next 10 years. Speaker: 11.30am Leveraging the future Global City – What are the Dr Yukon Huang, Former World Bank Director for China and megatrends at work? Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment Successful global cities are peak performers in their ability to attract global talent, companies and visitors. Find out how the Panel Discussion urban future will evolve as competition intensifies. How should Panelists: successful global companies leverage on and respond to these Dr Weiming Jiang, President, DSM China trends which will impact where business, talent and entrepreneurs Piyush Gupta, CEO, DBS Group Holdings & DBS Bank will operate from ? Dr Yukon Huang, Former World Bank Director for China and Ismail Ibrahim, Chief Executive, Iskandar Regional Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment Development Authority (IRDA), Malaysia 5.30pm Closing Remarks and End of Day One 7.00pm GES Leaders Evening Dialogue and Gala Dinner6 register now! Tel: 65 6222 7230 I Fax: 65 6222 6729 I Email: enquiry@sbfpico.com
  • 7. www.globalentrepolis.comGeS Business Leaders Summit day 2 • wednesday, 19 october 2011 trenDs AnD innovAtion talk about how to play the game of the impossible, and the importance of anchoring on key performance indicators, having the discipline of action and forming winning coalitions.9.00am Keynote Address Senator Dato’ Sri Idris Jala, Minister in Prime Minister’s How Will Countries be Designed in the Future? Office and CEO, Performance Management and Delivery Unit The collaborative stance of design thinking is proving to be a (PEMANDU), Malaysia potent mechanism for creating the kinds of systemic, emergent solutions that are required today. By sharing a wide variety of 3.00pm Crisis Leadership: Is there a Survival Guide? provocations and case histories, Paul will illustrate the answer to In a world of financial crisis, safety recalls, food scare and Wiki- the questions of how might countries be designed in the future? leaks, how can business leaders ‘prepare’ for the unexpected By whom? Using what process? What might eventual success look crisis which can severely damage the credibility of the company, like? How might we measure, align and implement the strategies and the Executive Management team? required to create the necessary change? Panelists: Paul Bennett, Managing Partner and Chief Creative Officer, Arnaud Vaissie, Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO, International IDEO SOS Kimberly Rath, President and Managing Director, Talent Plus9.45am Executive Dialogue 3.45pm Afternoon Refreshments Thriving amidst Disruptive Innovation: Rethinking your Business 4.15pm Panel Discussion Few industries or businesses are safe from the forces of disruption. Innovations in Sustainable Development: New technologies, globalisation and other marketplace shifts impose relentless threats to companies’ core businesses and their Doing Well By Doing Good To be successful, organisations must eventually be guided by growth prospects. Smart companies, though, can turn disruption values which stand up to the scrutiny of the communities and to their advantage and achieve transformational growth. Learn markets that they serve and operate in. Learn how businesses how companies have built systematic and predictable systems to and consumers have benefited from innovations in CSR practices continuously innovate. which encompass reputational, customer, employee and brand Speakers: issues. Maurizio Marchesini,Vice President, Asia Research & Panel Moderator: Development, Procter & Gamble Thomas Thomas, Executive Director, Singapore Compact for Scott Anthony, Managing Director, Innosight Asia Pacific CSR Panelists:10.30am Morning Refreshments Dorjee Sun, CEO, Carbon Conservation Donald Kanak, Chairman Prudential Corporation Asia &11.00am Leadership in Cloud – The Impact on Your Advisor and Former Chairman of World Wildlife Fund’s Business (WWF) Global Forest Climate Initiative The transformation that the Internet has wrought in the way Andrew Tan, CEO, National Environment Agency, Singapore organizations are managed has been unprecedented. The innovation in cloud computing is dramatically changing business 5.00pm Managing Growth: Strategies to Exploit the Asian models in many industries. The session explores how companies Opportunity have successfully responded to this new paradigm and built a This session will discuss the key challenges and dilemma facing new edge to their business competitiveness. business leaders driving corporate strategy in the disparate but Panel Moderator: surging markets of Asia. How do you develop and implement Camille Mendler, Head of Enterprise Verticals, successful corporate strategies to be Asia ready? Informa Telecoms & Media Dr Anil K. Gupta, Michael Dingman Chair in Strategy & Panelists: Entrepreneurship, The University of Maryland & Visiting Bridget Cosgrave, Founder and President, Every European Digital Professor of Strategy, INSEAD Adriaan Bouten SVP & CIO,The McGraw-Hills Companies Panel Discussion Roger Seshadri, CIO, Melcro Crown Entertainment Successful Asian MNCs Going Global - Challenges and12.00pm Lunch Session Issues This session will deliberate on the key challenges and issues that Global Entrepreneurs Panel Asian MNCs going global face and how they can develop and The Impact of Young Business Leaders in Reinventing implement successful internationalisation strategies. Business Panel Moderator: Panel Moderator: Dr Anil K. Gupta, Michael Dingman Chair in Strategy & Bill Powell, Editor-At-Large, and China Bureau Chief, FORTUNE Entrepreneurship, The University of Maryland & Visiting Panelists: Professor of Strategy, INSEAD Derek Sivers, Founder, CD Baby Panelists: Malvinder Mohan Singh, Group Chairman, Fortis Healthcare Phil Libin, CEO, Evernote Virender Aggarwal, President, & Region Head, Asia Adeo Ressi, CEO, TheFunded.com and The Founder Institute Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, Middle East & Africa, HCL Technologies LeADersHiP AnD MAnAgeMent insigHts Cyril Camus, President, Camus Cognac Suryo B. Sulisto, Chairman, PT Bumi Resources and KADIN2.15pm Ministerial Special Address Indonesia The Six Secrets of Transformational Leadership Dato’ Sri will share his Six Secrets of Transformation, which he 6.15pm Summary and Close of Summit has successfully applied in turnaround situations in Shell and Malaysia Airlines, as well as in the Government and Economic 6.30pm GES Networking Cocktail Party Tranformation Programmes of Malaysia. Among others, he will register now! Tel: 65 6222 7230 I Fax: 65 6222 6729 I Email: enquiry@sbfpico.com 7
  • 8. www.globalentrepolis.com credit Management Leadership Forum • Monday, 17 october 2011 8.00am Registration and Welcome Coffee & Tea 12.45pm Networking Lunch 9.00am Welcome Remarks BeSt PracticeS 9.05am Opening Address Viswa Sadasivan, CEO, Strategic Moves Pte Ltd and 2.15pm Effective Leadership in Business Credit Management - Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP) Singapore Holistic and Integrated Management Approaches • Assessing key factors that impact regional and international business credit management credit treNdS aNd outLooK • How business credit management is playing an integral part in supporting business growth in Asia 9.15am Keynote Address • Best practices and methodologies adapted to the dynamics of Trade Credit Outlook - Trends in Payment Asian businesses Delinquencies and Business Failures Chow Kam Wing, CFO, Executive Vice President and • Do credit and payment trends differs across countries and Executive Director of Micro-Mechanics (Holdings) Ltd industries? • How do you predict & minimise the impact of payment 2.45pm Mediation as a Credit Management Tool defaults and business failures? • Trends and Effectiveness Greg Grego,Vice President- Sales Financing & • Mind-set and Essential Skills Treasury Management Department, Huawei Technologies • Incorporating Mediation principles and practices (to be confirmed) Francis Goh, Principal Mediator, Singapore Mediation Centre and Senior Partner, Harry Elias Partnership LLP 9.45am Trade Finance and Cross Border Transaction Trends and Outlook 3.15pm Afternoon Refreshments • Understand the risks involved in trading in new emerging economies 4.00pm Managing On-Going Contract and Litigation Issues in • Key trends and challenges confronting export oriented credit Changing Environments with the End in Mind professionals and the implications on the future growth of the • Protection requirements need to be customised to individual business business models • Developing effective processes to improve cash flow and • Assessing contract, legal and geo-political risks minimise recourse to recovery • Establishing quick and simple processes before entering into new projects 10.15am The New Risks of Globalisation - A New Approach to • What experts say about preparing, responding and recovering Country Risk from an event caused by such risks? • Since the 2009 crisis, a new economic planet has been discovered and a brand new definition of country risk is being Lu Ling Ling, Senior Legal Counsel & Overseas Legal Affairs developed in-Charge, Sinochem International (Overseas) • Interdependency, Inequality growth and persistence of financial instability have altered the nature of country risks 4.30pm Panel Discussion • Understanding the need for measurement and structural Best-of-Class Credit Policies & Procedures for the approached Evolving Landscape Boris Linke, Regional Risk Director, Asia Pacific, • Examine the underlying reasons for credit policies and Euler Hermes Credit Insurance Agency (S) Pte Ltd procedure and their effectiveness • How should organisations implement pragmatic policies and 10.45am Morning Refreshments procedures to meet the ever changing business environment? • Successful engagement and communications with stakeholders 11.30am How to Effectively Manage Customer Expectations and Credit Control Efficiency for Peak Performance Moderator: • Managing customer expectations & credit controls is vital to Francis Goh, Principal Mediator, Singapore Mediation Centre operational efficiency and Senior Partner, Harry Elias Partnership LLP • How can organisations manage in a world of volatile currencies, Panelists: interest rates, different financial, accounting and fiscal systems? Chow Kam Wing, CFO, Executive Vice President, Executive Ho Tuck Chuen, Group CFO, Jurong Town Corporation Director of Micro-Mechanics (Holdings) Ltd Lu Ling Ling, Senior Legal Counsel & Overseas Legal Affairs 12.00pm Panel Discussion in-Charge, Sinochem International (Overseas) Pte Ltd Banking & Lending Economic Environment - How are Credit, Collection & Cash Flow affected? 5.15pm Closing Remarks and End Forum • Identify the underlying issues that are holding back the banks from lending? • Developing strategies in credit and collection to improve cash flow • Can organisations track these issues and how effective are they? Moderator: Viswa Sadasivan, CEO, Strategic Moves Pte Ltd and Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP) Singapore Co r p o r at E S p o nS o r Panelists: Boris Linke, Regional Risk Director, Asia Pacific, Euler Hermes Credit Insurance Agency (S) Pte Ltd Greg Grego,Vice President- Sales Financing & Treasury Management Department, Huawei Technologies (to be confirmed) Ho Tuck Chuen, Group CFO, Jurong Town Corporation8 register now! Tel: 65 6222 7230 I Fax: 65 6222 6729 I Email: enquiry@sbfpico.com
  • 9. www.globalentrepolis.comasia Pacific Sustainability Leadership ForuM • Monday, 17 october 20118:00am Registration and Welcome Coffee & Tea 12.30pm Networking Lunch9.00am Welcome Remarks BeSt PracticeS aNd caSe StudieS9.05am Opening Address Bjorn Stigson, President, World Business Council for 2.00pm Keynote Address Sustainable Development (WBCSD) Sustainability as a Key Driver of Innovation • Why sustainability is now the key driver of innovation? gLoBAL trenDs AnD insigHts • How can innovative initiatives be adopted to promote sustainability in the business model for a company and its value9.15am Keynote Address chain? Riding The Megatrend of Sustainability • Identifying innovation opportunities across different stages • Is the megatrend of sustainability a myth or a reality? of change in sustainability – from compliance to sustainable • Are we getting close to the tipping point, with a critical number products & services to developing new business models of companies worldwide embracing sustainability? Bernd Waltermann, Senior Partner and Managing Director, • How important are sustainability issues to the future success The Boston Consulting Group of businesses? • Will sustainability change the competitive landscape and 2.30pm Panel Discussion reshape the opportunities and threats that companies face? Global Green Enablers and Technologists Roundtable Dr David A.Lubin, Chairman, Esty Sustainability Network and • Developing and exploiting clean energy technologies to deliver Founder; Director, Palladium Group cost-effective solutions for the new carbon constrained world • Opportunities and trends in green technology and service9.45am Panel Discussion enabler Sustainability as a Global Imperative: International Panel Chair: Insights and Collaboration Opportunities Dr Martin Blake, Executive Director, The GreenAsia Group • Strategic framework, best practices & initiatives for promoting Panelists: sustainability at national regional and international levels Alberto Ribolla, President, Lombardy Energy Cluster, Italy; • Identifying cooperation strategies and overcoming barriers for President and Managing Director, SICES Group implementation of sustainability initiatives BG (NS) Tay Lim Heng, Chief Executive Officer, • Highlights of specific collaboration examples and opportunities Keppel Integrated Engineering and Head of Sustainable in knowledge exchange, capacity building, business and Development, Keppel Corporation technology collaboration and market access in cleantech and sustainability sector Ling Poon Lim, Senior Vice President and Head of Business Development, Sembcorp Industries Ltd Constant Van Aerschot,VP, Sustainable Development and Public Affairs, Lafarge and Co-Chair, Green Building Initiative, Susan Chong, CEO, Greenpac (S) Pte Ltd WBCSD 3.15pm Afternoon Refreshments Neil Franklin, Special Advisor, World Business Council for Sustainable Development; Senior Advisor, Indonesia Business 4.00pm Sustainability Sector as the Next Key Emerging Sector Council for Sustainable Development for Investment & Financing Tay Kay Luan, President, Malaysia Business Council for • Investment and financing opportunities and trends in the Sustainable Development sustainability sector - challenges and how to overcome them Niven Huang, Secretary General, Business Council for • Developing the winning financing models for renewables and Sustainable Development, Taiwan energy efficiency • Innovative financing mechanisms for sustainable sector10.30am Morning Refreshments financing11.15am Eco-cities Dialogue 4.30pm Green IT as a Growing Global Phenomenon Shaping the Future Green IT is a growing global phenomenon as IT is recognized Eco-cites – sometimes called “smart cities” or “sustainable cities” as being able to drive energy and material efficiency and hence – are being initiated by both governments and companies around greener business processes and practices. the world. This panel session will look at the phenomenal rise • What are the drivers for green IT adoption and the consequent of eco-cities, eco-towns, eco-parks, and other eco-projects, business benefit of creating a green IT strategy and examine which business models are most replicable after • International best practices and case studies in green IT achieving their goals of social, economic, and environmental Toshisisa Murayama, Director - International HQ Engineering sustainability. It will also assess the opportunities for companies in Division,Yamatake Building Systems Company this embryonic eco-city industry. Panelists: 5.00pm Panel Discussion Marianna Lubanski, Business Development Director, Achieving Sustainability Leadership through Copenhagen Capacity Outstanding Sustainable Business Practices Ko Kheng Hwa, Chief Executive Officer, Singbridge • Developing a business model which is commercially sustainable International Singapore Pte Ltd and yields viable investment returns Ho Tong Yen, Chief Executive Officer, Sino-Singapore Tianjin • Developing a holistic approach to an organization’s strategy, Eco-city which integrates sustainability consideration within its business planning cycle12.00pm Sustainable Supply Chain Innovation and Strategies Panel Chair: • Determining the rewards of sustainability and key environmental K Sadashiv, Partner,Transaction Advisory Services; Head of Climate initiatives for the supply chain industry Change Practice, Southeast Asia, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP • Understanding the importance of reducing supply chain waste and the importance of demand driven strategies Esther An, Head of CSR & General Manager of Corporate • Evaluating key drivers : reducing costs and providing significant Affairs, City Developments Limited (CDL) environmental benefits through error reduction, transportation 5.45pm Closing Remarks and End of Forum improvements and IT optimisation register now! Tel: 65 6222 7230 I Fax: 65 6222 6729 I Email: enquiry@sbfpico.com 9
  • 10. www.globalentrepolis.com masterclasses Gamification - a New Paradigm in marketing MoNday, 17 october 2011 • 8am - 6pm The application of game designs into business and marketing activities is gaining increasing prominence as consumers spend more time online. Learn how you About the Leader Gabe Zichermann, can create a new experience or make the current experience more fun for Author of “Game-Based Marketing” your customers when they engage with your organisation online. Being able to create engagement using game design can be complex but when done well reaps Gabe is a highly-rated public speaker, and entrepreneur. unparallel rewards. Increased customer activity, retention and viral growth are all He is the chair of the Gamification Summit and editor of within reach. the industry’s leading publication, The Gamification Blog. His most recent book, Game-Based Marketing (Wiley, 2010) has achieved critical and industry acclaim for its detailed look at This Gamification Masterclass, led by Gabe Zichermann who is one of the most innovators who blend the power of games with brand strategy. renowned practitioners, will be a hands-on and interactive session that will lead you through the strategy and problem-solving cycles of building a proven framework to His next book, “Gamification by Design” (O’Reilly, 2011) looks apply game design to GAMIFY your business. at the technical and architectural considerations for designers in this burgeoning field. A resident of NYC, Gabe is a board member of StartOut.org, advisor to a number of startups and Facilitator for the Founder Institute in Manhattan. For more information about Gabe and Gamification, visit http:// Gamification.Co. MaNaGiNG taLeNt riSK aNd SucceSSioN PLaNNiNG thursday, 20 october 2011 • 8am - 6pm Talent is a person’s capacity to achieve near-perfection performance. Unlike skills and experience, talent is a reliable predictor of performance excellence. The ability About the Leader Kimberly Rath, to identify and harness the power of talent in an organisation is a critical challenge President and Managing Director, for CEOs and business leaders. Talent Plus Learn how you can significantly improve your ability to identify talent and develop Rath has over 25 years of experience in the human resources a talent-based organisation. field and is a recognized leader in the field of executive development and human resources in the United States and Asia. Rath has provided executive management consulting and The Masterclass will cover all aspects of talent management from selection to training to organisations globally, including The Ritz-Carlton development and from investment to succession planning. It will also include a Hotel Company,The Estee Lauder Companies, Mercedes-Benz powerful CEO-to-CEO session which will allow you to interact with, engage and USA, DFS, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Microsoft and Shangri-La discuss critical challenges and issues in talent. Hotels and Resorts. Mega trends Strategy thursday, 20 october 2011 • 8am - 6pm Mega trends are global, sustained and macro-economic forces of development that impact business, economy, society, cultures and personal lives thereby defining our About the Leader Chris de Lavigne future world and its increasing pace of change. Analysis of these mega trends and Global Vice-President of Consulting, their implications forms an important component of a company’s future strategy, Frost & Sullivan development and innovation process, and impacts product and technology planning. Chris de Lavigne is Frost & Sullivan’s Global Vice-President of Consulting for the Industrial Practice. He has been with Frost & Sullivan for over 15 years and has worked in Frost & Sullivan’s Frost & Sullivan’s team of expert consultants and analysts have designed an ongoing European offices for 6 years (Paris and London) in the capacity research program that will help you identify, define and evaluate Mega Trends and of head of consulting for the Industrial Group, before moving their future implications on your business and markets. This masterclass’s aim will be to Malaysia and then to Singapore office. He has signed and to work with you to identify opportunities and implications of these mega trends on worked on numerous global consulting projects relating to achieving sustainable and profitable growth for clients. In this your products, technologies and services. The objective is to understand, evaluate context he has consulted on numerous projects covering key and develop applicable growth strategies to take back at the end of this workshop. issues such as Turnaround, Market penetration/ expansion, Supply chain maximization, New product launch, Commercial due diligence/Mergers and acquisitions, Organisational structures, Pricing strategy, Business Planning and Financing/ fund raising. For more information on the Masterclasses agenda, please visit www.globalentrepolis.com.10 register now! Tel: 65 6222 7230 I Fax: 65 6222 6729 I Email: enquiry@sbfpico.com
  • 11. www.globalentrepolis.comSocial Functions Site Visits Artist’s impression of future developmentges Leaders evening Dialogue iskandar Malaysiagala Dinner Iskandar Malaysia is a special economic zone located inJoin us at the world class Rasa Sentosa Resort in your formalbest as we serve up an inspiring address by an outstanding Johor, the southernmostAsian luminary alongside with a gastronomical feast to tempt tip of Peninsular Malaysia. Ityour palate. strategically covers an area of Artist’s impression of future development 2,217 sq km, approximately 3 times the size of Singapore. It is set to become Malaysia’s most developed region, where living, entertainment, environment, and business seamlessly converge within a bustling and vibrant Artist’s impression of future development metropolis.Networking cocktailLet your hair down after three busy days of GES 2011 and take inthe view from the roof top of Hotel Michael at Skybar where youcan choose to chill out with pulsating music in the backgroundor relax by the pool with your cocktail. It will be a great nightof networking with plenty of good food and drinks to make theconversation go down smoother. MariNa BarraGe & Newater PLaNt Do not miss out on this prime opportunity to visit 2 of Singapore’s world renowned and state-of-the-art water engineering projects. The Marina Barrage is an architectural marvel, purposed as a dam, built across the mouth of the Marina Bay. By keeping out seawater it forms Singapore’s 15th reservoir and first reservoir in the city, providing a catchment area one-sixth the size of the land-scarce island. The Marina Barrage utilises revolutionary water pumps to regulate water flow which functions as a floodNetworking Golf control measure to the low-lying areas of the island.To be held on the Tanjong Course at the Sentosa Golf Club,this course was remodeled and sporting new contours featuring NEWater is Singapore’s innovative solution to water shortagenatural hazards, freshwater lakes, towering trees, rolling fairways as it helps to minimise the use of potable water for industrialwith narrow landing areas and well-guarded Bermuda Tifdwarf use. The ultra-clean NEWater is ideal for industrial use and itgrass. The Tanjong Course was nominated by Asian Golf Review is supplied to wafer fabrication plants, electronics and poweras Singapore’s best golf course for three consecutive years. generation industries for process use as well as for air-conDesigned for championship play from the blue tees (6,218m) the cooling purposes in commercial buildings. Utilising membranepar-72 Tanjong Course paints a beautiful picture with the South filtration system, the NEWater treatment plant is able to recoverChina Sea forming a picturesque backdrop. This networking 20 million gallons of water from waste water daily. Throughgolf event provides relaxed opportunity to unwind with fellow microfiltration and reverse osmosis, the purified water evendelegates on this renowned golf course. surpasses World Health Organisation requirements. register now! Tel: 65 6222 7230 I Fax: 65 6222 6729 I Email: enquiry@sbfpico.com 11
  • 12. 17 – 20 October 2011 Resorts World Sentosa, Convention Centre RegisteR Now! Fax: +65 6222 6729 Email: enquiry@sbfpico.comIt’s faster and easier to book and pay online.Go to www.globalentrepolis.com and click on register now! PROGRAMME DATE Up to 16 Sep 2011 After 16 Sep 2011 NO. OF SEATS AMOUNT (SGD) (Fees per delegate) (SAVE UP TO 15%) q GES Business Leaders Summit 18-19 Oct 2011 SGD 2,040 SGD 2,400 FORUMS q Credit Management Leadership Forum 17 Oct 2011 SGD 1,020 SGD 1,200 q Asia Pacific Sustainability Leadership Forum 17 Oct 2011 SGD 600 SGD 750 MASTERCLASSES q Gamification – A New Paradigm in Marketing 17 Oct 2011 SGD 1,020 SGD 1,200 q Managing Talent Risk and Succession Planning 20 Oct 2011 SGD 1,020 SGD 1,200 q Mega Trends Strategy 20 Oct 2011 SGD 1,020 SGD 1,200 SOCIAL FUNCTIONS (FOR SUMMIT DELEGATES ONLY) q GES Leaders Evening Dialogue & Gala Dinner 18 Oct 2011 SGD 300 SGD 300 q Networking Golf 20 Oct 2011 SGD 300 SGD 300 SITE VISITS q Iskandar Malaysia 17 Oct 2011 SGD 50 SGD 50 q Marina Barrage & NEWater Plant 20 Oct 2011 SGD 50 SGD 50 TOTALRegistration fees are indicative of the fees payable per delegate in Singapore Dollars and exclude the prevailing Goods & Services Tax (GST) Registration fees for GES Business Leaders Summit 2011 include conference materials,refreshments, lunch and networking cocktail The fee does not include hotel accommodation Only 1 discount scheme applies Your DetAiLs1ST DELEGATE 2ND DELEGATEName NameJob title Job titleOrganisation OrganisationAddress AddressPostal code Country Postal code CountryTel Fax Tel FaxEmail Email PAYMent DetAiLsImmediate payment is required upon receipt of invoice. TERMS & CONDITIONS • The organiser does not provide refunds forq BANK TRANSFER cancellations. Payment by bank telegraphic transfer must quote the delegate name and invoice number. Transfers should be made to: • Invoiced sums are payable in full. Should you Bank Name: OCBC • Bank Address: 5 Chulia Street, OCBC Centre, Singapore 049513 • Account name: SBF-PICO Events Pte Ltd be unable to attend, a substitute delegate is Account No.: 591-497896-001 • Bank Code: 7339 • Branch Code: 591 • Swift Code: OCBCSGSG welcome at no extra charge. • The organiser reserves the right to refuseq CHEquE entry if payment is not received before the Crossed cheque payable to “SBF-PICO Events Pte Ltd” and mail it to 10 Hoe Chiang Road #21-01/02 Keppel Towers Singapore 089315 event. • The organiser reserves the right to alterq MASTERCARD q VISA q AMERICAN ExPRESS the programme without notice including Payment via VISA and Mastercard will be converted and charged in SGD at the prevailing in order to comply with the bank’s policy the substitution, alteration or cancellation of speakers and/or topics and/or the alteration Card Holder’s Name: Signature: Expiry Date: of the dates of the event. • The organiser is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of a substitution, alternation, postponement or cancellation of an event. Card Number: – – CVV No: SBF-PICO EVEnTS PTE LTD CO. & GST REGISTRATION NO. 200901473G 10 Hoe Chiang Road #21-01/02 Keppel Towers Singapore 089315 I T: +65 6222 7230 I F: +65 6222 6729 I E: enquiry@sbfpico.com