Faculty Marketing Innovation Forum 26-28 Feb 2013

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Faculty Marketing Innovation Forum 26-28 Feb 2013

  1. 1. The  International  Higher  EducationFaculty MarketingInnovationForum  2013Developing  and  Implementing  Marketing  Strategies  that  Succeed  in  the  Unique  and  Evolving  Operating  Environment  of  Higher  Education  FacultiesLiquid  Learning  is  delighted  to  present  the  International  Higher  Education  Faculty  Marketing  Innovation  Forum  2013  ––  the  premier  information,  professional  development  and  networking  platform  to  debate  and  prepare  for  the  unique  challenges  of  marketing  faculties  in  an  evolving  and  increasingly  competitive  Higher  Education  sector.   26 & 27 February 2013 Pan  Pacific  Orchard,  SingaporeFEATURED  SPEAKERS Professor Tan Eng Chye Deputy  President  (Academic  Affairs)  and   Two Half-Day Workshops Provost National University of Singapore (NUS) 28 February 2013 Professor Ahmad Shukri Mustapa Kamal Deputy  Vice-­Chancellor,   Academic  and  International  Affairs Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) EXPLORE Professor Robert Kamei Vice  Dean,  Education Developing  innovative  strategies   Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School for  effective  student  outreach,   Mark Sudbury Director  of  Communications  and  Marketing engagement  and  retention University College London (UCL) Lori Dugdale Director  of  Communications Evolving  use  of  digital  marketing   iSchool, University of Washington, United States of America and  social  media  for  student-­ Professor Kam Louie Dean,  Faculty  of  Arts centred  marketing   The University of Hong Kong Jose Mari S. Magpayo Executive  Director  of  Strategic   Engaging  in  value-­creating   Communications De La Salle University Manila, Philippines international  collaborations  and   partnerships Professor Supachai Yavaprabhas Dean,  Faculty  of  Political  Science   Professor,  Department  of  Public  Administration Chulalongkorn University, Thailand Building  a  strong  and  sustainable   University  reputation  and  faculty   Deryn Vahl-Meyer Marketing  and  Communications  Manager,  Faculty   of  Science brand University of Melbourne, Australia Professor Dr Ir. Bambang Sugiarto Dean,  Faculty  of  Engineering EARLY  BIRD  DISCOUNT Book & Pay by 23 November 2012 to receive Universitas Indonesia an additional Value Plus Discount! Ian McKee Chief  Executive  Officer Vocanic Phone: +60 3 2164 9920 Fax: +60 3 2164 9921 Angela Koch  Chief  Ideas  Facilitator Invitro Innovation www.liquidlearning.com.my Khin Ng Founder  and  Director  of  Strategy Tangible Professor Rajendra K. Srivastava Provost  and  Deputy  President   (Academic  Affairs),  Professor  of  Marketing Singapore Management University (SMU) Maria Backlund Marketing  and  Communications  Manager,  UNSW   Medicine University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia
  2. 2. Marketing  and  branding  excellence  fDay One 26 February 2013 internationalised  higher  education  landscape •• Be  equipped  for  challenges  in  a  rapidly  changing  student  8.30 - 8.55 Registration and Morning Coffee market8.55 - 9.00 Official  Welcome  and  Opening  Remarks  from   Professor Kam Louie Dean,  Faculty  of  Arts the Chair The University of Hong Kong Kam  Louie  is  MB  Lee  Professor  in  Humanities  and  Medicine  9.00 - 9.45 OPENING KEYNOTE and  Dean  of  the  Faculty  of  Arts,  Hong  Kong  University.  He   Current trends and future directions for the is  President  of  the  Hong  Kong  Academy  of  the  Humanities   Asian higher education sector and  a  Fellow  of  the  Australian  Humanities  Academy.  He  has   •• Recognising  opportunities  in  international  education  and   over  10  books  under  his  name,  including  ‘‘Inheriting  Tradition:   taking  full  advantage  of  these Interpretations  of  the  Classical  Philosophers  in  Communist   •• Innovative  strategies  to  gain  a  competitive  edge China  1949  ––  1966’’  (Oxford  University  Press,  1986)  and   ‘‘Theorising  Chinese  Masculinity:  Society  and  Gender  in   •• Developing  and  implementing  new  initiatives  for   China’’  (Cambridge  University  Press,  2002). sustainable  performance Professor Tan Eng Chye Deputy  President   12.00 - 12.15 Questions and Discussion (Academic  Affairs)  and  Provost National University of Singapore (NUS) 12.15 - 1.15 Networking Lunch Professor  Tan  Eng  Chye  oversees  the  Faculties  and  Schools   1.15 - 2.00 INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY at  NUS,  providing  strategic  direction  and  setting  academic   policies.  His  responsibilities  include  admission  policies  and   Effective use of social media and digital processes,  educational  quality  assurance,  budget  and   marketing for student recruitment resource  allocation  and  the  development  and  implementation   •• Expanding  your  audience  reach  through  social  media  and   of  new  educational  initiatives.  He  is  responsible  for  the   digital  marketing appointment,  promotion  and  tenure  process  as  well  as   •• Implementing  a  sustainable  social  media  marketing   the  reward  and  incentive  systems  for  academic  staff.  He   strategy obtained  his  Bachelor  in  Mathematics  (First  Class  Honours)   •• Leveraging  current  student  social  dynamics  and   at  NUS  and  his  PhD  at  Yale  University. networks  to  increase  enrolment9.45 - 10.00 Questions and Discussion Deryn Vahl-Meyer Marketing  and  Communications   Manager,  Faculty  of  Science10.00 - 10.45 CASE STUDY University of Melbourne, Australia Differentiating your school and academic Deryn  Vahl-­Meyer  has  over  14  years’’  experience  working  in   curriculum from others marketing  and  communications  roles  within  the  University   •• Understanding  your  School’’s  brand  identity  and  specific   (Higher  Education)  sector  in  Australia  at  3  Universities.  She   areas  of  strength has  extensive  experience  in  recruitment  of  students  and  the   effective  utilisation  of  marketing  tools  and  channels.  In  her   •• Developing  outstanding  and  innovative  curriculum  that   current  role  she  is  responsible  for  the  marketing,  recruitment,   are  unique  to  the  School  ––  The  Duke-­NUS  experience and  communications  for  undergraduate  and  postgraduate   •• Evaluating  the  impact  of  curriculum  and  committing  to   students  as  well  as  oversight  of  the  Science  Student  Centre   high-­standard,  advanced  education at  The  University  of  Melbourne. Professor Robert Kamei Vice  Dean,  Education Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School 2.00 - 2.15 Questions and Discussion Prof  Robert  Kamei  served  the  University  of  California,  San   2.15 - 3.00 CASE STUDY Francisco  after  several  years  in  primary  care  pediatric   practice  at  the  Children’’s  Hospital  of  Philadelphia,  University   Leveraging brand equity and image for student of  Pennsylvania  School  of  Medicine.  He  was  named  as   recruitment director  of  pediatric  residency  training  in  1990  and  continued   •• Improving  the  De  La  Salle  University  brand  image  through   in  this  position  until  accepting  the  position  at  Duke-­NUS  in   extensive  media  coverage 2006.  He  was  the  recipient  of  a  Fulbright  Senior  Scholar   •• Specific  use  of  media  tools  and  technology  for  engaging   Award  to  provide  faculty  development  for  academicians   diverse  audiences teaching  medicine  in  Indonesia. •• Proactive  communication  strategies  for  student   recruitment  and  promotion  of  academic  programs10.45 - 11.00 Questions and Discussion •• Aligning  strategic  communications  with  the  University’’s   long-­term  goals11.00 - 11.15 Morning Tea Jose Mari S. Magpayo Executive  Director  of  11.15 - 12.00 INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY Strategic  Communications Building the faculty brand as a top quality De La Salle University Manila, Philippines academic centre In  addition  to  his  senior  University  position  Jose  is  also   •• Building  on  the  fundamental  values  of  academic   the  Managing  Director  and  Executive  Creative  Director  of   excellence  as  the  core  faculty  identity Creasia,  Inc.,  a  leading  provider  of  corporate  media  solutions   •• Gaining  a  competitive  edge  for  your  faculty  in  an   to  over  100  corporations  in  the  Philippines  and  in  the  Asia-­ PLUS  WORKSHOPS! EARLY  BIRD  DISCOUNT TWO Separately Bookable, Half-Day Receive SGD 100 off registration if you Workshops on 28 February 2013 register and pay by 23 January 2013
  3. 3. for  enhanced  student  recruitment Su Day Two 27 February 2013 Pacific  region.  As  a  Fulbright-­Hays  Scholar,  he  earned  his   Master  of  Arts  in  Radio-­Television-­Film  from  the  University   of  Texas  at  Austin.  He  was  named  as  one  of  2006’’s  Chief   8.30 - 8.55 Morning Coffee Executive  Officer  Excel  Awardees  by  the  International   Association  of  Business  Communicators  (IABC)  Philippines. 8.55 - 9.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.45 INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY (via Video Link) 3.00 - 3.15 Questions and Discussion Effective faculty marketing strategies 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea – The iSchool, University of Washington’s experience 3.30 - 4.15 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION •• Promoting  the  work  of  faculty  to  a  broad  audience Unlocking marketing innovation for heightened •• Effective  marketing  campaigns  for  student  recruitment success •• Public  relations  and  endorsement  strategies  for  faculty   •• Delivering  quality  education  with  excellent  student   marketing services •• Utilising  student  networks  for  recruitment  and  retention Lori Dugdale  Director  of  Communications •• Achieving  resource  efficiency  in  faculty  marketing iSchool, University of Washington, USA Lori  Dugdale’’s  career  includes  a  20  year  stint  in  the  tech   Professor Ahmad Shukri Mustapa Kamal Deputy   industry,  where  she  worked  in  Asia  and  Australia  for  Acer   Vice-­Chancellor,  Academic  and  International  Affairs Computer  and  Latin  America  for  Oracle  Corporation.  Her   Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) academic  tenure  includes  marketing  and  communication   Deryn Vahl-Meyer Marketing  and  Communications   roles  at  Antioch  University  Seattle  and  the  University  of   Manager,  Faculty  of  Science Washington  Information  School.  She  served  as  associate   faculty  in  the  University  of  Washington’’s  Master  of   University of Melbourne, Australia communication  in  digital  media  program.  Lori  received  her   Jose Mari S. Magpayo  Executive  Director  of   M.B.A.  in  Marketing  from  University  of  Oregon. Strategic  Communications De La Salle University Manila, Philippines 9.45 - 10.00 Questions and Discussion 4.15 - 4.30 Questions and Discussion 10.00 - 10.45 CASE STUDY 4.30 - 5.15 INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY (via Video Link) Positioning the University for global education excellence Utilising University marketing and branding at •• Promoting  and  marketing  programs  for  an  international   the college and faculty level student  audience •• Building  relationships  and  synergy  between  central   •• Creating  value  for  the  University  through  brand   marketing  and  faculty  marketing  units positioning •• Aligning  marketing  and  branding  strategies  to  create   •• Building  a  global  academic  image  of  USM  as  a  world-­ value performing  university •• Balancing  between  consistency  and  flexibility  in  your   marketing  strategy Professor Ahmad Shukri Mustapa Kamal Deputy   Vice-­Chancellor,  Academic  &  International  Affairs Mark Sudbury Director  of  Communications  and   Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) Marketing Prof.  Ahmad  Shukri  is  a  radiation  physicist  by  training.   University College London (UCL) He  has  previously  served  as  Dean  of  the  Institute  of   Mark  Sudbury  is  responsible  for  developing  the  profile  and   Postgraduate  Studies,  and  Dean  of  the  School  of  Physics   reputation  of  UCL,  one  of  the  world’’s  leading  universities.   in  USM.  He  graduated  with  a  Ph.D.  from  the  University   He  runs  an  integrated  team  covering  media  relations,   of  London  in  1986  from  work  carried  out  at  the  Medical   web  /  social  media,  corporate  events,  student  recruitment   College  of  St.  Bartholomew’’s  Hospital,  in  London. marketing  and  international  recruitment.  Mark  joined   UCL  in  2007  from  the  UK  Government,  where  he  led   10.45 – 11.00 Questions and Discussion communications  for  major  legislation  that  introduced  a  ban   on  smoking  in  public  places.  He  was  previously  Head  of   11.00 – 11.15 Morning Tea Public  Affairs  at  the  Football  Association. 11.15 – 12.00 INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY (via Video Link) 5.15 - 5.30 Questions and Discussion Engaging key stakeholders – The UNSW Medicine experience 5.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair •• Identifying  your  key  stakeholders  and  ways  to  engage   5.30 - 6.30 Networking Reception with  them •• Using  traditional  and  new  media  for  effective   engagement SUPER  SAVER  DISCOUNT VALUE  PLUS  DISCOUNT Receive SGD 200 off registration if you Receive SGD 300 off registration if you register and pay by 21 December 2012 register and pay by 23 November 2012
  4. 4. uccessful  faculty  marketing  in  a  competitive  higher  education  sector •• Deliver  marketing  ROI  (Return  on  Investment)   3.30 - 4.15 EXPERT COMMENTARY Maria Backlund Marketing  and  Communications   Brand purpose: What makes world-class Manager,  UNSW  Medicine universities •• Going  beyond  education  excellence  to  create  brand   University of New South Wales (UNSW) purpose 12.00 - 12.15 Questions and Discussion •• Inventing  experiences  that  become  the  culture  of  the   University 12.15 - 1.15 Networking Lunch •• Engaging  University  stakeholders  in  a  long-­term  relationship 1.15 – 2.00 CASE STUDY Angela Koch Chief  Ideas  Facilitator Effective marketing strategies for regional Invitro Innovation faculty outreach and growth Angela  was  a  Global  Planner  with  the  most  creatively  awarded   •• Strengthening  the  faculty’’s  capacity  to  respond  to   agency  in  South  Africa,  TBWA  Hunt  Lascaris,  before  joining   regional  student  needs M&C  Saatchi  in  Singapore.  Whilst  at  M&C  Saatchi  she  set   up  the  brand  consultancy  The  Distillery  and  led  several  brand   •• Improving  linkages  and  networks  with  Universities  and   and  product  innovation  projects  including  the  Celcom  and   learning  institutes  in  the  region  for  greater  outreach TM  Touch  brand  merger,  Zuji.com,  Asia  Pacific  Breweries  and   •• Effective  marketing  strategies  for  international  programs Coca-­Cola.  She  also  spent  over  2  years  in  Hong  Kong  as  Lead   Professor Supachai Yavaprabhas Dean,  Faculty  of   Strategist  with  Leo  Burnett.  Angela  is  driven  to  awaken  the   Political  Science creative  and  innovation  potential  of  people  in  companies  across   Professor,  Department  of  Public  Administration Asia. Chulalongkorn University, Thailand Professor  Supachai  Yavaprabhas,  Ph.D.  was  previously   4.15 - 4.30 Questions and Discussion Director  of  SEAMEO  Regional  Centre  for  Higher  Education   4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair and  Development  (RIHED)  for  four  years  and  was  also   and Forum Close Executive  Director  of  the  ASEAN  University  Network  for   seven  years.  His  teaching  experiences  include  the  areas  of   public  policy  and  policy  analysis,  research  methodology  and   data  analysis  and  human  resource  planning.  He  received   the  Outstanding  National  Researcher  (Political  Science  and   Public  Administration)  Award  from  the  Office  of  the  National   Research  Council  of  Thailand  in  2005. 2.00 - 2.15 Questions and Discussion 2.15 - 3.00 CASE STUDY Increasing student enrolment through international collaboration and partnerships •• Leveraging  faculty  brand  image  and  prestige  through   international  partnerships •• Upgrading  the  faculty’’s  standards  of  excellence  with   international  twinning  programs •• Tapping  into  the  advantages  of  partnerships  to  deliver   quality  global  education  for  students Professor Dr Ir. Bambang Sugiarto Dean,  Faculty   of  Engineering Universitas Indonesia WHO  WILL  ATTEND Prof.  Dr.  Ir.  Bambang  Sugiarto  (M.Eng)  started  his  teaching   Professionals  in  Higher  Education  Faculty  Marketing  Management   career  in  1986  and  is  currently  a  Professor  in  the  Department   including: of  Mechanical  Engineering.  His  interest  lies  in  engine   combustion,  biofuels,  bio-­additive  and  bio-­gasoline.  His   work  has  been  published  in  various  journals  and  he  has   •• Chief  Marketing  Officer •• Dean  /  School  /  Faculty   presented  in  national  and  international  conferences.  He   •• Marketing  and   Head has  a  Bachelor’’s  degree  in  Mechanical  Engineering  from   Communications  Director •• Student  Outreach  and   Universitas  Indonesia,  and  Master’’s  and  PhD  in  Mechanical   Engineering  from  Hokkaido  University,  Japan. •• Faculty  Marketing  Manager  /   Recruitment Coordinator •• External  Outreach  and   3.00 - 3.15 Questions and Discussion •• Branding Engagement 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea •• Digital  Marketing  /   •• International  Affairs  and   Communications  and  Social   Engagement Media •• Alumni  Relations Phone: +60 3 2164 9920 Fax: +60 3 2164 9921 www.liquidlearning.com.my
  5. 5. Workshops 28 February 2013 9.00 - 12.30WORKSHOP A Creating a distinctive and cohesive university brand In  today’’s  fast-­evolving  marketplace  where  opportunities  to  acquire  knowledge  are  aplenty,  Universities  need  to  position  themselves  in  a  compelling   and  relevant  manner  to  stay  at  the  cutting  edge.  It  is  important  to  look  at  the  fundamentals  of  how  Universities  define  their  educational  promise  and   ensuring  a  comprehensive  delivery  through  communications,  people,  educational  offerings,  as  well  as  campus  facilities  and  technologies  that  make   up  the  University  experience  as  a  whole.  In  this  workshop,  Khin  Ng  from  Tangible,  a  leading  SE  Asian  brand  consultancy  based  in  Singapore,  will   share  brand  examples  and  the  process  for  creating  a  credible  University  brand  for  today’’s  market.  He  will  focus  on: •• Rethinking  and  realigning  the  University’’s  education  offering  with  tomorrow’’s  world •• Positioning  the  University  brand  to  appeal  to  the  mind  and  the  heart •• Using  brand  promise  to  create  a  cohesive  and  tangible  University  experience  across  multiple  touch-­points •• Emphasising  the  role  of  people  in  bringing  your  brand  to  life •• Monitoring  the  ‘‘health’’  of  your  brand Expert Facilitator: Khin Ng  Founder  and  Director  of  Strategy Tangible Khin co-founded Tangible and has over 15 years in management consulting and branding. He has been closely linking brand and business strategy in Tangible’s approach to branding, where he develops compelling brand promise and delivers it comprehensively through communications, people, products / services and channel experience. Through a highly collaborative process, Tangible’s projects immerse clients in the creation, ownership and implementation of recommendations that deliver lasting organisation, business and mind-set change. Prior to Tangible, Khin led branding projects at FutureBrand and Interbrand, and was part of the Boston Consulting Group. 12.30 - 1.30 NETWORKING LUNCH 1.30 - 5.00WORKSHOP B Developing and evolving an interactive marketing strategy Digital  and  social  media  provide  great  tools  for  Higher  Education  institutions  to  reach  and  engage  with  audiences  in  new  and  exciting  ways.  In   order  to  be  effective,  strategies  need  to  remain  grounded  in  principles  of  the  power  of  word  of  mouth  and  relationship  based  marketing  ––  and  how   emerging  technologies  can  facilitate  this.  Combining  experiences  of  developing  and  delivering  marketing  solutions  and  campaigns  via  social  media   and  word  of  mouth  marketing,  Ian  will  help  you  develop  the  understanding  to  implement  and  /  or  improve  digital  marketing  campaigns  for  your   faculty  in  order  to  become  relevant,  flexible  and  agile  enough  to  adapt  to  rapid  changes  in  the  operating  environment.  Explore: •• How  the  way  we  connect  with  people  changes  the  way  that  we  need  to  market •• Making  marketing  relevant  and  credible  to  international  and  domestic  students  at  both  undergraduate  and  postgraduate  level •• Exploring  options  available  to  your  faculty  for  digital  marketing •• Assessing  the  strengths,  costs,  risks  and  opportunities  associated  with  different  digital  marketing  channels •• Assessing  the  effectiveness  of  your  marketing  campaign •• The  value  of  informal  interaction  and  feedback  for  shaping  strategies Expert Facilitator: Ian McKee Chief  Executive  Officer Vocanic In  addition  to  his  role  as  CEO  Ian  is  also  Chief  Strategist  for  Vocanic,  Asia’s  largest  Social  Media  and  Word  of  Mouth  Marketing  agency  with  offices  in   Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. Vocanic helps brands develop and execute strategies for them to participate in Social Media and harness the power of personal recommendation. Vocanic had worked for brands such as StarHub, Symantec (Norton), Nokia (CWM), Blackberry (Bold), Motorola (Milestone),  Microsoft  (Xbox),  Pfizer  (Wyeth),  DiGi  and  others.  Ian  has  called  Singapore  home  for  13  years.ABOUT  THE  EVENTWith  the  internationalisation  of  higher  education,  greater  student  mobility  and  the  backdrop  of  funding  reform  resulting  in  less  certainty  over  revenue  for  many  institutions,  the  global  Higher  Education  sector  is  evolving  rapidly  and  operating  in  an  increasingly  competitive  and  complex  landscape.  Prospective  students  have  an  ever  increasing  suite  of  options  at  their  disposal  and  it  is  increasingly  important  for  Universities  to  distinguish  themselves  from  their  competitors.  In  the  international  environment  in  which  academic  institutions  now  operate,  it  is  essential  to  leverage  communities  and  digital  channels  to  reach  a  global  audience  in  a  cost  effective  and  timely  manner.Within  this  context,  the  crucial  role  of  marketing  at  the  level  of  faculties  and  schools  is  often  overlooked  and  underestimated.  Liquid  Learning  is  delighted  to  present  the  Faculty  Marketing  Innovation  Forum  2013.  This  interactive,  case  study-­driven  conference  will  provide  delegates  with  a  range  of  unique  perspectives  on  how  faculties,  colleges  and  schools  across  the  region  position  themselves  to  both  leverage  and  contribute  to  their  University’’s  branding  and  marketing  strategies.  These  international  case  studies  will  be  supported  by  expert  commentaries  providing  the  hands-­on  tools  required  to  ensure  that  your  Institution’’s  messages  cut  through  the  clutter  and  are  effectively  reaching  their  target  audience  in  an  increasingly  crowded  market. SPONSOR  TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +60 3 2164 9920 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.com.my
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The  International  Higher  Education Pan  Pacific  Orchard Faculty Marketing Innovation Forum  2013 26 & 27 February 2013 10 Claymore Road, Singapore 229540 Ph: +65 6737 0811 Booking Form VALUE  PLUS  DISCOUNT SUPER  SAVER  DISCOUNT EARLY  BIRD  DISCOUNT Receive SGD 300 off registration if you Receive SGD 200 off registration if you Receive SGD100 off registration if you register and pay by 23 November 2012 register and pay by 21 December 2012 register and pay by 23 January 20131 Organisation Name Address Suburb State Postcode Registration Information Title Full Name or TBA Title Full Name or TBA Title Full Name or TBA Position Position Position Phone Fax Phone Fax Phone Fax Email Email Email Forum Workshop A Workshop B Forum Workshop A Workshop B Forum Workshop A Workshop B * Please photocopy this form if more than three will attend2   Please  confirm  my  registration  for  The International Higher Education Faculty Marketing Innovation Forum 2013   No. # Options (per person) Standard Rate Early Bird Rate* Super Saver Rate** Value Plus Rate*** Forum  +  2  Half  Day  Workshops  (3  days) SGD  3095 SGD  2995 SGD  2895 SGD  2795  Forum  +  1  Half  Day  Workshop  (2.5  days) SGD  2695 SGD  2595 SGD  2495 SGD  2395 Forum  Only  (2  days) SGD  2195 SGD  2095 SGD  1995 SGD  1895 Your Investment 2  Half  Day  Workshops  (1  day) SGD  1095 N/A N/A N/A 1  Half  Day  Workshop  (0.5  days) SGD  595 N/A N/A N/A *  Receive  SGD  100  off  registration  if  you  register  and  pay  by  23  January  2013 Note:  Course  materials,  refreshments  &  lunches   **  Receive  SGD  200  off  registration  if  you  register  and  pay  by  21  December  2012 are  included.Travel  and  accommodation  are  NOT   ***  Receive  SGD  300  off  registration  if  you  register  and  pay  by  23  November  2012 included.  Registration  Options  are  per  person  only. 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