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HR Summit 2008

25.03.2008
Singapore - Choose from up to five concurrent sessions offering you the opportunity to hear first hand from international speakers and business experts – along with global and regional HR leaders.
About the HR Summit
Key Media has been organising the HR Summit Singapore since 2002. Since this time, the event has been staged annually on five occasions and has attracted over 6,000 delegates in Singapore alone. HR Summit is the most successful and well attended HR event in Asia.

At the recent HR Summit, there was a total of 2,453 visitors, 1,702 of which were registered delegates and 751 of whom were 'walk-in' professionals.

Now in it’s sixth year, HR Summit 2008 is set to be the biggest and best yet - with more choice than ever before. Choose from up to five concurrent sessions offering you the opportunity to hear first hand from international speakers and business experts – along with global and regional HR leaders.

Learn to implement new initiatives to improve your organisation via a wide variety of presentations designed to give you ‘take home’ action plans and strategies for immediate, mid and long term staffing gains.

Discover the very latest talent & workplace development strategies from around the world – along with practical case studies from inside some of the regions greatest employers.

Leaders Forum is tailor-made to the needs of HR Directors, VPs, CHROs, Senior HR Managers, CEOs, CFOs and senior business heads/leaders of staff. Register for Leaders Forum and enjoy exclusive access to the 2-day Leaders Forum agenda PLUS attend any session - anywhere - any time, throughout the entire HR Summit.

This includes all presentations from Talent Management, Workplace Strategies, Corporate Learning and the Solutions Workshops

CONTACT US

Key Media Singapore (Pte) Ltd
Tel: (65) 6423 4631
Fax: (65) 6423 4632
#02-01, 121 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore, 068590
Event Manager
Mandy Neo - mandy@keymedia.com.sg
Sponsorship and Exhibition Sales
Tim Chamberlain - tim@keymedia.com.sg
Evelyn Lim - evelyn@keymedia.com.sg

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http://www.hrsummit.com.sg/

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