AMEC 2017: Global summit to feature 55 speakers in Asia
Top international experts from 12 countries, including representatives from two Governments, will speak when the AMEC Global Summit, which is supported by Cision, makes its debut in Asia, in Bangkok on May 17 and 18.
The AMEC Global Summit will bring together international PR leaders, PR consultancy heads, corporate communications and non-profit professionals in a special session to help PR and communications professionals commit to using the latest techniques.
Speakers will come from a range of major global companies and South East Asia leaders including Huawei Technologies, Citigroup, Microsoft, American Express, GE South Asia, Mubadala, GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare and Lenovo.
Barry Leggetter, AMEC CEO, said: “The strength of the speaker line-up is another sign of how many major businesses recognise the importance of measurement in public relations. We are delighted to deliver a programme featuring so many great speakers and PR influencers.”
He added: “Bangkok will be a great location for the first AMEC global annual summit to take place in Asia, and we are looking forward to welcoming the industry to the event in May.”
Speakers at the summit will come from China, United States, Singapore, India, Hong Kong, UAE (Dubai and Abu Dhabi), Australia, UK, France, Sweden and Denmark. They include Government communications experts from the Government Communications Service (GCS), UK and Ministry of Communications and Information, Singapore Government.
The Global Summit has also won the support of 14 APAC regional PR and communications organisations, including IABC.
- Early bird registration discounts are now available through the Summit website.