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HPAIR 2008 Business Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Event: HPAIR 2008 Business Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Website)

Organised by: Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR), a student-run organization at Harvard College.

Key Dates:
Feb 1, 2008 – Applications available online for the Academic Conference
August 14-17, 2008 – Business conference
Dates are subject to change. Please check back frequently as deadlines approach.

HPAIR, the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations, annually organizes the largest student events in Asia and the largest Harvard events in Asia: the HPAIR academic and business conferences. HPAIR is one of the most established and respected student groups at Harvard.

The HPAIR Business Conference is an annual event in which hundreds of international undergraduate and MBA students and young professionals worldwide come together to interact and learn about most dynamic areas of Asian business from the most prominent industry leaders. Our conference seeks to provide a comprehensive analysis of the current economic trends in Asia and create a forum for discussion of new developments in the region.

Drawing from an international pool of students, professionals, academics, and captains of industry from all over the world, our conference is intended to achieve three goals: help our delegates understand the trends shaping global business; foster long-term relationships between young leaders from around the globe; and connect talented delegates with some of today’s leaders in academia, business and government.

Emerging Into Focus: Asia Incorporated

This year’s theme characterizes the many challenges and opportunities Asia faces today. Through the structure of plenary sessions and panels, the Conference will evaluate the challenges facing Asian economies as they reinvent themselves to generate sustainable growth and discuss the strategies that Asian business leaders are adopting to capture opportunities in the new Asian business landscape. Our workshops critically analyze case studies and gain a nuanced practical understanding of Asia’s business opportunities. Providing an opportunity for discussion, debate, and reflection, the HPAIR Business Conference is a forum for building global understanding where current and future leaders meet and exchange ideas.

The HPAIR 2008 Business Conference will accept 300 students and professionals. The registration fee is payable online after application decisions have been made; You may pay a student fee of US$300 if you are currently a student, a recent graduate (out of school for no more than six months at the time of the conference), or accepted to and planning to attend an accredited institution within six months after the start of the conference. We will review exceptions to this on a case-by-case basis. Otherwise, you are required to pay the professional fee of US$350 in order to register.

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