Malaysian Youth: Human Capital Development Seminar 2015

JOIN the discussion this weekend and find out how young Malaysians are thriving in a world accelerating right before our very eyes. Hieu Chau has more on this year’s Human Capital Development Seminar. 

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Since 2007, not-for-profit organisation Kelab UMNO Melbourne, has hosted their Human Capital Development Seminar, an event that invites respected and accomplished individuals across various fields and disciplines to talk about current issues that affect Malaysia and its relation to the rest of the world.

Leaders, entrepreneurs and other inspirational speakers will discuss and exchange ideas on a range of topics at the Seminar Pembangunan Insan (SPI) or People’s Development Seminaron. This year’s theme is ‘Malaysian Youth: Thriving in a World of Accelerating Change’.

Taking place on May 16 at the Rydges on Swanston Hotel, this year’s event will feature speakers such as entrepreneur Mallory Loone, Director of Thriving Talents; Michael Teoh, Malaysian Youth Icon and a co-author of self-help book, Potential Matrix and Dato Dr Ameer Ali Bin Mydin, Managing Director of Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd.

The event takes place at Rydges on Swanston (701 Swanston St, Melbourne, 3053) on May 16. The seminar will begin at 9.30am and finish at 1.00pm. For more information about the seminar, visit the event page on Facebook. For all other information about Kelab UMNO Melbourne, visit their official Facebook page.

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