Rossana Llenado, AHEAD Tutorial & Review Center President

Rossana Llenado, AHEAD Tutorial & Review Center President

AHEAD Tutorial & Review Center President Rossana Llenado will be one of the speakers in the prestigious 28th Confederation of Asia-Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI) Conference from September 17 to 19, 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The regional grouping of the national chambers of commerce and industry, business associations, and business enterprises in Asia and the Western Pacific, CACCI aims to promote the important role of business owners and leaders in the region, increase regional business interaction, and enhance regional economic growth.

More than 500 delegates from 26 countries are expected to attend the conference with the theme “Beyond 2020: Asia Pacific as Sustainable Growth Engine.” Some of the region’s leading economists, business practitioners, and policy makers will gather in Kuala Lumpur to address sustainable business growth in the midst of continuing changes in the economic landscape.

Among the topics to be discussed in the plenary sessions include Trade Liberalization and Regional Synergy, Supporting the Growth of Small and Medium Enterprises and Entrepreneurship, and Promoting Green Economic Growth. An impressive lineup of speakers will share their views on how enterprises and governments can shape the future of the global economy. Some of the speakers include Dr. Naoyuki Yoshino, Dean of the Asian Development Bank; Bryan Clark, Director of Trade and International Affairs of the Australian Chambers of Commerce and Industry; Anshul Sonal, Regional Education Director of Intel Technology Asia Pte Ltd, and Dr. G.J. Huang, Chairman of the Asian ICT Council.

Llenado takes the cudgels for entrepreneurs as a panelist on the development of small- and medium-sized enterprises as well as the promotion of women entrepreneurship. It is expected to be both a stimulating and enlightening session. For more information on the conference, visit www.cacci2014.micci.com.

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