We are pleased to announce our latest event series in Australia, the Advance Global Perspectives Series. The series is designed as a new platform for sharing insights from our global diaspora, back home. Along with Asialink Business, KPMG Australia and Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) we invite you to our inaugural panel discussion on the
Opportunities & Challenges for Asia-based Australian Returnees.
Melbourne | Wednesday 24 June 2015
Megan Mulia, Director, Research & Information, Asialink Business (Moderator)
Geoff Raby, Principal, Geoff Raby & Associates
Daniel Kim, Head of Korea Business Practice and Head of SE Asia Business Group, KPMG
Toni Butler, Managing Director, Global Leadership Coach and Professional Coach Mentor, KTB Actions
6.00pm arrival for 6.30pm - 8.00pm
KPMG Melbourne, Ground Floor, 147 Collins Street, Melbourne
Please click here to purchase tickets. Registrations close 17 June.
Please click here to see a full list of speakers and biographies.
Australian businesses operating in Asia deal with a wide range of challenges relating to cultural capability, country-specific information and insufficient market and industry knowledge. For expatriates and alumni returning to Australia from Asia, this presents significant opportunities to improve the expertise and international reach of Australian workplaces.
Advance, Asialink, KPMG Australia and AICD will provide an evening of insights and opinion on how Australian expatriates and alumni returning home from Asia can best apply their regional knowledge and experience back into the Australian business context. A panel of experts will draw on their own experiences to discuss the challenges of returning home and how Australian firms can become more Asia-literate and better equipped to do business in the region by tapping into the capabilities of expatriates.
You are invited to join other like-minded individuals from a diverse array of industries and share your experiences with thought-leaders within the Advance, Asialink, KPMG Australia and AICD networks.