2014 Asia Pacific Outsourcing Summit

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2014 Asia Pacific Outsourcing Summit

The 2014 Asia Pacific Outsourcing Summit will take place at the Mandarin Orchard in Singapore on September 23rd and 24th, 2014.

The theme for this year’s Summit is Enhancing Sustained Value for Regional Integration – Sourcing Maturity & Techno-Commercial Value. The event will bring together influential and creative thought leaders from the buy-side and supply-side, as well as governments and advisors, to “educate, teach, inspire and facilitate collaboration by bringing together the world’s top outsourcing practitioners and business leaders for a one-of-a-kind gathering to explore and set the future of outsourcing in Asia-Pacific.”

Atul Vashistha, leading globalization expert and advisor, Chairman of Neo Group and Founding Board Member of IAOP, will deliver a Special Address to the more than 400 global delegates, leaders and participants on the topic of Digital Disruption & Impacts on Global Talent. Through an informative and illustrative discussion with digital expert and former Nike Program Director, Brian Brower, Atul will explore the opportunities and challenges presented to global businesses during this time of digital disruption. The discussion will also focus on real-time analytics tools like Global Supply Risk MonitorSM by Neo Group, which enable business leaders to easily track digital talent around the world in order to enhance a global strategy, unleash creativity and speed up innovation.

For more information about the 2014 Asia Pacific Outsourcing Summit, please visit the event page.

Date
09-23-2014

Location
Mandarin Orchard, Singapore

Hosted By
International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP)

About the Author: Atul Vashistha

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Atul is recognized globally as one of the leading experts on globalization, emerging markets, outsourcing and related governance. Globalization Today recognized Atul as an Industry Most Influential Powerhouse 25 in...

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