3rd Annual CEO Virtual Summit 2021

August 19, 202112:23 pm5586 views



The 3rd Annual CEO Virtual Summit 2021 focuses on insights and challenges the economy is facing right now and applying technological advancements in the selected industry.

The CEO Virtual Summit spotlight is “Coming Out of the Global Battle Stronger” and it will focus on insights and challenges the economy is facing right now, applying technological advancements in selected industries. The 4-point Agenda are Government Regulatory; Post- Pandemic Leadership; Fueling Innovation; and Global Competitiveness.

The summit extends over three days and reaching over 80,000+ Business Leaders and C-Level Executives and Companies all throughout APAC and gathers world-class executives and successful entrepreneurs to develop principled, innovative leaders, and to generate ideas that advance management practice in an environment designed to foster peer-to-peer interaction with 30+ Industry expert speakers and expecting 1,000+ delegates.

The CEO Virtual Summit is designed for C-Level Executives and Industry Leaders, Policy Makers and Regulators, CEO, CFO, COO, Managing Director, General Manager, Business Unit Heads, Ecommerce Companies, Government Sectors, Technology Leaders & Entrepreneurs, Fintech Companies, Local Conglomerates, Logistics and Supply Chain Leaders, and Fortune 500 Companies.

In these trying times, it is important to come together and continue to support the business community. The three-day event will be held online so participants can conveniently participate from anywhere they have access to a computer and the internet.


25 – 27 August, 2021 | 9:00am until 4:00pm


Online | Worldwide

How to Register

Join now on an online conference as they talk about the most pressing challenges and questions today in the business industry. Click here to book tickets!

For further details about the event, check out the official website.

Need help, lost your tickets, or have any questions? Send a message to team@aseanhr.org 

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