– THINKING FORWARD –
This Celebrating Women IN Innovation event will focus on the Southeast Asia tech and science industries. Together with our highly experienced panel, we will be discussing how companies are using an innovative approach to connect people, create communities and facilitate business.
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– WHAT BEING A SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR REALLY MEANS –
AKIN ASIA has partnered with Yunus Centre AIT to bring you a discussion on social business and entrepreneurship. This WOMEN in Social Business event will hear from a panel of female entrepreneurs discussing what it means to run a social business and share their experience in working to create and inspire change.
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Thank you for your interest and support for this event. However please note that we will be cancelling this discussion until further notice in respect of the national mourning period.
– EDUCATING FOR 21st CENTURY SKILLS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA –
Southeast Asia is developing fast. A hub of activity, creation and learning, the education sector is relied upon to equip both young and adult learners to live in this changing world. How do we as educators ensure that the content of our courses and curriculums are relevant to our pupils? How do educators give students the necessary skills for success in this fast moving 21st century? What are those skills?
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– DISCUSSIONS ON USING TECH4DEVELOPMENT –
Advancing technology affords great opportunities for social and developmental impact. The Tech4Good and Tech4Development movements are evidence of this, with entrepreneurial communities combining talents to build innovative systems and traditional development agencies partnering with technology organisations in order to mobilise impact. Technology is getting more and more innovative and excitingly is being used for good. This event will showcase some Tech4Development programs working in Southeast Asia and hear from the experience of the women running them.
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– COVERING SOUTHEAST ASIA –
Southeast Asia is a culturally vibrant, economically disparate and politically volatile region. A melting pot of diversity, journalists in Southeast Asia cover humanitarian crises, natural disasters and political unrest as everyday issues. At this event we will hear from some of the region’s most experienced female journalists discussing their work covering Southeast Asia.
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– MEET THE WOMEN BEHIND BANGKOK’S F&B SCENE –
Bangkok being a foodie capital and home to some delicious eats, there are some amazing women heading up kitchens, running food delivery services and opening restaurants. Not to mention all the rest of us who enjoy their creations! Join us to find out more about what goes on behind the scenes of Bangkok’s food and dining industry.
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– SOCIAL NETWORKING EDITION –
Let’s do away with the panel discussions and focus on getting to know our community! For this edition of Women IN Development, we will be holding a social networking evening filled with good food, great wine and the best company.
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– THE POWER AND POTENTIAL OF DESIGN –
What is design and why does it matter? In this Women IN Design session we will explore the power and potential of design for impact on humanity and the environment as it cuts across sectors and silos.
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– THE FUTURE OF DEVELOPMENT –
The second instalment of our Women IN Development series will focus on ‘The Future of Development’ discussing how the development world is shifting and where it is headed, the role of social business and social enterprise models and how they are connected to the development sector, and the changing nature of funding, CSR and corporate grants.
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Opportunities and Challenges of Development Careers in Asia.
You are invited to join Bangkok’s first Women in Development event.
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