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STORYDRIVE ASIA + SINGAPORE PUBLISHING SYMPOSIUM – GO FURTHER!

The media & content industries are undergoing rapid change. Digitisation opens worlds of new possibilities for creative talents, but challenges the self-concepts of the companies formally known as publishers, film makers, games developers, etc. It forces all players to renew and redefine traditional structures, relationships & processes. This development increases the complexity of the world of content.

In order to compete in this increasingly competitive market, media houses have to adjust and find new ways to do business. Authors need to think about how they can work across media. All players need to consider new revenue models and at the same time improve their current value propositions.

Besides that, due to the digitisation, previously separated ecosystems converge with each other – across industries and geographical boundaries. New players enter the scene: new markets arise, new business models are invented – new ecosystems emerge. Therefore we define two major change drivers that are shaping todays content industries: GREAT DISRUPTION + GREAT CONVERGENCE.

StoryDrive Asia will address both topics with the conference programme GO FURTHER!

 

Keynote presentation

Listen to speakers from across the content value chain and get inspired by new players and movers.

Workshops

The conference will focus on recent developments and offer workshops under the motto: ‘And: Action!’

Best practices

Learn from thought leaders and start innovating your own business.

 

Panel discussions

Where is our industry going next? Discuss trending topics at StoryDrive Asia.

 

Programme Tracks

THE NEW NORMAL

Room: Chamber

This track focusses on how to adapt to constant change without losing your roots. By using best practices, it showcases the various opportunities in the new publishing world and gives an outline on how to extend your current value proposition.

DAY 1: 10 NOVEMBER 2016
(Thursday)

9:15 AM

OFFICIAL OPENING
Room: Chamber

9:30 AM

OPENING KEYNOTE: STAY HUNGRY!

“Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.” This was Steve Jobs’ advice to the 2005 graduates of Stanford University. And it is still true today, especially when it comes to the publishing business:

Publishers are facing an increasingly competitive and changing environment. They have to adapt constantly and accept that disruption is the new normal. There is no time to lay back and relax. You need to stay ambitious, to continue to challenge yourself and to look for the next (big) thing.

SPEAKER
Richard Nash, Serial Entrepreneur, US

10:00 AM

BREAK

10:15 AM

SPOTLIGHT FORMAT
THE 100 FACES OF PUBLISHING - OR: WHAT IS A PUBLISHER?

In today’s publishing world we meet publishers, who position themselves as multimedia houses or knowledge providers. Others focus on digital content and distribution. And not to forget: more and more players from other fields act like publishers... Digitization has challenged the self-concepts of professionals in the book industry and forces them to rethink their role.

This pitching session will introduce you to four completely different publishers, with four different approaches towards the good old publishing business. Get to know four strategies and concepts for the reinvention of the publisher.

SPEAKER
Michael Bhaskar, Canelo Publishing & new book "Curation", UK
Ashleigh Gardener, Wattpad, Canada
Jan Karsten, co-CEO, CultureBooks, Germany

11:00 AM

COFFEE/TEA BREAK

11:15 AM

FIRESIDE CHAT
ANSWERS FROM A NEW NORMAL: MEET CHANDRA DARUSMAN FROM WIPO

11:30 AM

KEYNOTES + DISCUSSION
IT’S A SMALL WORLD – STRATEGIES FOR INTERNATIONALIZATION

In a global world, where boundaries blur, international expansion becomes crucial. That’s also true when it comes to the publishing business. Only offering your rights and licenses is not enough. The business has changed and the desire to expand, cooperate and internationalize becomes more and more important.

With this session we will introduce you to rights and licensing experts from different countries. Sharing their secrets of success, they will provide you with exclusive insights into their daily business, and explain how to build interest and awareness in big markets like China or even smaller ones, like Malaysia.

SPEAKER
Jackie Huang, Andrew Nurnberg Associates International Ltd.,Beijing Representative Office, China
Claudia Kaiser, Vice-President Business Development, Frankfurt Book Fair, Germany
Arief Hakim, PTS Publications, Malaysia
Laura Prinsloo, Director, Kesaint Blanc

MODERATION
Porter Anderson

12:45 PM

LUNCH

2:00 PM

PRESENTATIONS / CASE STUDY
WATTPAD'S GLOBAL REACH: THE WORLD'S USER-GENERATED CONTENT PHENOMENON TURNS 10

Your clients do your work. You sell it for free. And you earn a lot of money. Sounds weird to you? But it is a proved business model!

Platforms like WATTPAD show how it works: WATTPAD is the world's largest community for readers and writers. It’s all free. And it’s user-generated.

We take a look behind the scenes of this successful model and find out, how the publishing industry could take advantage of it.

SPEAKER
Ashleigh Gardener, Wattpad, Canada
Porter Anderson, Publishing Perspectives, USA

3:30 PM

COFFEE & TEA BREAK

4:00 PM - 5:45 PM

A MOMENT TO BREATHE: BOOK TRAILERS

An appreciation of the best uses of video to promote books and authors, drawn from around the world, high budget and low.

4:15 PM - 5:45 PM

WORKSHOP
MANAGING THE CONSTANT CHANGE: OR HOW TO BECOME AN AGILE PUBLISHER

Publishers – and managers in general – are used to think in standardized and defined workflows and this needs to change.  

Digitization has increased the need for imminent change and the need to accelerate the speed of transformation. Publishers have to catch up and develop faster and more flexible processes and workflows – even at the risk of failing.

But, how?
This workshop will provide you with practical advice how to set up an agile culture in your company.

SPEAKER
Richard Nash, Serial Entrepreneur, US

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM

STORYDRIVE RELAY
CLOSING & STORYDRIVE RELAY
Room: Chamber

Selected speakers give their personal key message of the day.

DAY 2: 11 NOVEMBER 2016
(Friday)

9:15 AM

NETWORKING BREAKFAST

MEET YOUR FUTURE BUSINESS PARTNERS…
FROM PROMISING MARKETS

This exclusive networking event will connect you with publishers, agents, authors and experts from the ASEAN Region.

Move from table to table, from contact to contact, present your projects, expand your network and your horizon. Come by and meet your business match!

10:15 AM

SPOTLIGHT FORMAT
THE 100 FACES OF A BOOK: OR IT IS THE END OF THE BOOK AS WE KNOW IT

A book is a film, is a game, is an app - sometimes everything at the same time. These days, content is no longer bound to a single format or channel.

Content can be personalized, context-based and reach customers proactively. A story can be told through different media and reach its audience via multiple channels.

This session will highlight four different concepts and formats to tell a story or to spread content.

SPEAKER
René Frey, CEO, Insight Guides and Media Tunes, Singapore
Jan Karsten, co-CEO, CultureBooks, Germany

11:00 AM

COFFEE/TEA BREAK

11:15 AM

FIRESIDE CHAT
ANSWERS FROM A NEW NORMAL: THE NEW KINGS OF EVERYTHING – DATA EXPERT

Our data becomes smarter and smarter. Thanks to new data technologies and tools, we will soon be able to analyze and really understand the needs of our audience – even before they know what they need.

But at the moment we are only collecting data without really knowing what to do with half of it. What are the latest tools? And what can we really do with all this smart data - we will ask a data expert.

SPEAKER
Anki Ahrnell, Chief Digital Officer, Bornier AB, Sweden

11:30 AM

DISCUSSION
AN UNDERESTIMATED FACTOR:
TRANSLATION: ART & SCIENCE

SPEAKER
John McGlynn, Lontar Foundation, Indonesia
Tan Dan Feng, Director, Interlexis, Singappore

MODERATION
Peter Schoppert, Director, NUS Press

12:30 PM

LUNCH

1:45 PM

DISCUSSION
ASEAN COLLABORATION – FROM ASEAN TO THE WOLRD

The ASEAN publishing industry is on the rise, not only since Indonesia was Guest of Honour at the Frankfurt Book Fair in 2015. But since quite some years the region becomes more and more interesting for international publishers.

Being able to meet all of Southeast Asia in one place, is the vision of StoryDrive Asia. This conversation will draw more attention on the idea of a close collaboration between the publishing industries of Southeast Asia.

SPEAKER
Laura Prinsloo, Director, Kesaint Blanc
Hasri Hasan, Director, Kota Buku, Malaysia
Michael Lim, chairman of TODAY Ogilvy & Mather, Myanmar
Syed Ali Ahmad Semait, Pustaka Nasional Pte Ltd, Singapore

MODERATION
Claudia Kaiser, Vice-President Business Development, Frankfurt Book Fair, Germany

2:45 PM

BEST PRACTISE
FROM BOOK TO FILM, FROM CONTENT TO MEDIA

Today’s business knows no limits –geographic nor indusstrial. But how do you maximize your IP across media boundaries? How do you attract the attention of film producers?

Our experts will give you practical advice for dealing with other industries.

If you are interested in this workshop it would benefit you immensely to join in our pitching and matchmaking session.

3:30 PM

COFFEE & TEA BREAK

4:00 PM

PRESENTATION & CREATIVE SESSION
READ!

Due to digitization and new technologies the industry is producing more books than ever before. Sounds like good news – but it is not.

The content market is flooded and overloaded. And it seems like publishers have lost the focus of their business. No matter if it is a print book, e-book, video or an enhanced book, no matter if it is through traditional, self- or hybrid published: Our core business is not about books. It is about reading.

Let`s get back to business and let´s talk about how to encourage readership.

After an inspiring plea for reading you will set the groundwork of an ASEAN-reading-campaign.

SPEAKER
Ian Yap, Deputy Director, National Library, Singapore
Kenny Chan, Store Director, Singapore Main Store, Books Kinokuniya, Singapore
Hasri Hasan, Director, Kota Buku, Malaysia
Kate Evangelista, Author, Philippines

5:45 PM - 6:00 PM

CLOSING
Room: Chamber

CLASH, BOOM, BUSINESS

Room: Gallery 2

Co-creation, co-production, co-funding – Collaboration is a valuable business asset. This track showcases (im)possible partnerships and the (business) potential of interdisciplinary and international collaboration.

DAY 1: 10 NOVEMBER 2016
(Thursday)

9:15 AM

OFFICIAL OPENING
Room: Chamber

9:30 AM

OPENING KEYNOTE: STAY HUNGRY!

“Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.” This was Steve Jobs’ advice to the 2005 graduates of Stanford University. And it is still true today, especially when it comes to the publishing business:

Publishers are facing an increasingly competitive and changing environment. They have to adapt constantly and accept that disruption is the new normal. There is no time to lay back and relax. You need to stay ambitious, to continue to challenge yourself and to look for the next (big) thing.

SPEAKER
Richard Nash, Serial Entrepreneur, US

10:00 AM

BREAK

10:15 AM

PRESENTATION
(ALL) TOGETHER NOW: 'THE GREAT CONVERGENCE' AS BUSINESS DRIVER

KEYNOTE

Imagine: Companies will no longer just serve customers but choose to collaborate with them. They will no longer compete against rivals, instead they will partner with them and together with them will find innovative solutions. No longer will companies be limited by their industry or geographical boundaries; they can just ignore them - What a wonderful world this could be...

It would be wonderful, yes, but wonders are a scarce resource, they don’t grow on every tree. This session is a plea for a more "togetherness" and a culture of collaboration and innovation between all the players in the field of media. However, it will focus not only on convergence, but also on « divergence ». If you really want to grasp and use all the opportunities offered by media convergence, be aware of your media environment and its specifies. Try to know the USPs and the differences between the media you want to bring together. Convergence takes place at the crossroads of identity and difference.

SPEAKER
Vincent Kaufmann, University of St Gallen, Switzerland

11:00 AM

COFFEE/TEA BREAK

11:15 AM

FIRESIDE CHAT
ANSWERS FROM A GAME CHANGER: TRANSMEDIA - WHAT?!

Within this short and intensive one-on-one-interview series you will be introduced to leading minds from the media business.

What is the difference between cross-media and transmedia storytelling? And why should publishers and authors think about crossing industry borders to generate new business? A cross-media and transmedia expert will deliver the answers.

SPEAKER
Kristian Costa-Zahn, Head of Creation, UFA Lab, Germany

11:30 AM

PRESENTATIONS / CASES
NEW COUPLES: WORK IN CONCERT

Publishers are teaming up with film or games producers, brands are becoming co-editors, media houses invest in start ups... – How does interdisciplinary collaboration work? Is it just a clash of cultures or a real business opportunity?

Four cases, Four (success) stories – and an exclusive look behind the scenes of collaboration.

SPEAKER
Kristian Costa-Zahn, Head of Creation, UFA Lab, Germany
Michael Bhaskar, Director, Canelo Publishing, UK
Ameen Haque, Founder, The Storywallahs, India
Dr. Ng Kian Bee, Centre Director, The Games Solution Centre (GSC), Singapore

12:45 PM

LUNCH

2:00 PM

FIRESIDE CHAT
ANSWERS FROM A GAME CHANGER: MEET ANGELINE POH FROM IMDA

Within a series of short and intensive one-on-one-interview, you will be introduced to leading minds from the media business who are outstanding in the merging of technology and storytelling.

2:15 PM

PRESENTATIONS / CASE STUDY / PITCHING
MAXIMIZE YOUR IP & MINIMIZE YOUR IP MANAGEMENT EFFORTS

Digitization has created numerous possibilities for the IP and content business – and at the same time it has increased the complexity of the market.

While technology leads the way to content without borders, the tension between free access models and the creation of a sustainable business, challenges IP holders as well as the legislation.

This session will provide an overview of how to adapt to a radically changing marketplace. It begins with a general overview of the currently most pressing challenges in the IP business and how to deal with them.

SPEAKER
Antje Sörensen, Copyright Clearance Center
Claudia Kaiser, Vice-President, Frankfurt Book Fair

3:30 PM

COFFEE & TEA BREAK

4:00 PM

A MOMENT TO BREATHE

Book Trailer

An appreciation of the best uses of video to promote books and authors, drawn from around the world, high budget and low.

4:15 PM

CASE STUDIES & INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION
MATCHING THE NEEDS: HOW TO BECOME A CONTENT TAILOR

Content can be personalized, context-based and reach customers proactively. It not only dynamically adapts to devices, but also to environmental data, preferences, social connections and even moods. Each person becomes the centre of his or her personalized content universe in which content surrounds them and is readily available at the right time.

Media industries need to adapt to new possibilities and create relevant, individual and customized content. They need to become a "content tailor" – producing a crystal ball effect for customers to have direct access to relevant and important content.

SPEAKER
Anki Ahrnell, Chief Digital Officer, Bornier AB, Schweden
Salman Faridi, CEO, Bentang Pustaka, Indonesia

MODERATION
Porter Andrerson, Publishing Perspectives, US

5:00 PM

BREAK

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM

RELAY
CLOSING & STORYDRIVE RELAY
Room: Chamber

Selected speakers put their personal key message of the day.

DAY 2: 11 NOVEMBER 2016
(Friday)

9:15 AM

NETWORKING BREAKFAST

MEET YOUR FUTURE BUSINESS PARTNERS…
FROM PROMISING MARKETS

This exclusive networking event will connect you with publishers, agents, authors and experts from the ASEAN Region.

Move from table to table, from contact to contact, present your projects, expand your network and your horizon. Come by and meet your business match!

10:15 AM

PRESENTATION
CREATE YOUR OWN ECOSYSTEM:
A FLUID AND MULTI-DIRECTIONAL VALUE CHAIN

Content is no longer bound to any single format.Boundaries between the industries blur and new business models arise. There will no longer be one ecosystem butmany dynamic and living ecosystems merging with each other. Publishers need to spread beyond their traditionally closed shops and look for new partners, players, distribution channels and possibilities to maximize their IP. Within an inspiring keynote this session will showcase how you can tap into the full potential of the brave new content world.

SPEAKER
Juliane Schulze, consultant media industries/ CEO peacefulfish // Media Deal, Germany

11:00 AM

COFFEE/TEA BREAK

11:15 AM

FIRESIDE CHAT
ANSWERS FROM A GAME CHANGER: Meet Gabi Rauch-Kneer, Frankfurt Book Fair

Within a series of short and intensive one-on-one-interview, you will be introduced to leading minds from the media business who are outstanding in the merging of technology and storytelling.

SPEAKER
Gabi Rauch-Kneer, Vice-President Frankfurt Book Fair, German Language Markets and Fair Management

11:30 AM

INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION
THE PROSUMER –
THE BEGINNING OF A NEW ERA OR THE END OF QUALITY PUBLISHING

There is a new costumer in town: He acts like a creator, reviewer, marketer, financier, business partner – potentially. This new species is called “Prosumer“ and lays the groundwork for a new form of publishing. Some call it democratization. Others the end of quality.

In this session we will introduce you to this new generation of clients. We will discuss, opportunities and potentials, but also the consequences for (professional) authors, and publishers.

SPEAKER
Ashleigh Gardener, Wattpad, Canada
Rebecka Leffler, Type&Tell, Sweden
Kate Evangelista, Author, Philippines

12:30 PM

LUNCH

1:45 PM

PRESENTATION / CASES
CROSSING THE LINE, PART II: WELCOME TO A NEW DIMENSION OF CREATING

Collaboration is not limited to sales and distribution, but also makes sense when it comes to content creation. Today's authors have "Writers Rooms" where they co-work and co-create new storytelling experiences.

What does that mean for the creative process?

Using cases to demonstrate co-produced works, this session will provide an exclusive look inside the “Writers Room” and uncover the keys to successful storytelling today

2:45 PM

PRESENTATION / CASES
HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF NEW CHANNELS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA PROMOTION

In this fast changing media environment Facebook and Twitter are gradually becoming outdated and being replaced by a new generation of social media channels entering the scene, for example, Instagram, Periscope, Snapchat and Messenger.

Learn, how you can harness these newer platforms for your book promotion and marketing campaigns.

SPEAKER
Salman Faridi, CEO, Bentang Pustaka, Indonesia

3:15 PM

BREAK

3:30 PM

COFFEE & TEA BREAK

4:00 PM

PRESENTATION & CREATIVE SESSION
READ!

Due to digitization and new technologies the industry is producing more books than ever before. Sounds like good news – but it is not.

The content market is flooded and overloaded. And it seems like publishers have lost the focus of their business. No matter if it is a print book, e-book, video or an enhanced book, no matter if it is through traditional, self- or hybrid published: Our core business is not about books. It is about reading.

Let`s get back to business and let´s talk about how to encourage readership.

After an inspiring plea for reading you will set the groundwork of an ASEAN-reading-campaign.

5:45 PM - 6:00 PM

CLOSING
Room: Chamber

AND: ACTION

Room: Living Room

The StoryDrive Asia Workshops offer intensive, hands-on training programs on change and innovation management, rights and licensing, and costumer relationship building and marketing. The workshops will be presented by international experts from different media fields.

DAY 1: 10 NOVEMBER 2016
(Thursday)

9:15 AM

OFFICIAL OPENING
Room: Chamber

9:30 AM

OPENING KEYNOTE: STAY HUNGRY!

“Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.” This was Steve Jobs’ advice to the 2005 graduates of Stanford University. And it is still true today, especially when it comes to the publishing business:

Publishers are facing an increasingly competitive and changing environment. They have to adapt constantly and accept that disruption is the new normal. There is no time to lay back and relax. You need to stay ambitious, to continue to challenge yourself and to look for the next (big) thing.

SPEAKER
Richard Nash, Serial Entrepreneur, US

10:00 AM

BREAK

4:00 - 5:45 PM

WORKSHOP
RIGHTS SALES TRAINING I: HOW TO SELL FOREIGN & TRANSLATION RIGHTS

In an increasingly globalized and digital world, rights and licensing managers are facing new challenges and seeing new opportunities to expand their IP Rights business

This workshop will provide an overview of different approaches to international markets and discuss key issues like selling foreign language rights or working with third parties.

SPEAKER
Merle Schierenberg, Ravensburger

4:15 - 5:45 PM

WORKSHOP
MANAGING THE CONSTANT CHANGE:
OR HOW TO BECOME AN AGILE PUBLISHER

Publishers – and managers in general – are used to think in standardized and defined workflows and this needs to change.

Digitization has increased the need for imminent change and the need to accelerate the speed of transformation. Publishers have to catch up and develop faster and more flexible processes and workflows – even at the risk of failing.

But, how? This workshop will provide you with practical advice how to set up an agile culture in your company.

SPEAKER
Richard Nash, Serial Entrepreneur, US

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM

STORYDRIVE RELAY
CLOSING & STORYDRIVE RELAY
Room: Chamber

DAY 2: 11 NOVEMBER 2016
(Friday)

9:15 AM

NETWORKING BREAKFAST

MEET YOUR FUTURE BUSINESS PARTNERS…
FROM PROMISING MARKETS

This exclusive networking event will connect you with publishers, agents, authors and experts from the ASEAN Region.

Move from table to table, from contact to contact, present your projects, expand your network and your horizon. Come by and meet your business match!

10:15 AM

BREAK

11:15 AM

WORKSHOP
HOW TO SELL YOURSELF - A WORKSHOP FOR AUTHORS

Authors are in constant contact with their community, they promote themselves like celebrities: more and more authors position themselves as brands and push their book sales using their personality.

In this workshop you will be introduced to several best cases and learn how to develop your personal brand strategy.

EXPERTS
Ameen Haque, StoryWallahs

12:30 PM

LUNCH

1:30 PM

BREAK

2:45 PM

BEST PRACTISE
FROM BOOK TO FILM, FROM CONTENT TO MEDIA

Today’s business knows no limits –geographic nor industrial.

But how do you maximize your IP across media boundaries? How do you attract the attention of film producers?

Our experts will give you practical advice for dealing with other industries.

If you are interested in this workshop it would benefit you immensely to join in our pitching and matchmaking session.

3:30 PM

COFFEE & TEA BREAK

4:00 PM

PRESENTATION & CREATIVE SESSION
READ!

Due to digitization and new technologies the industry is producing more books than ever before. Sounds like good news – but it is not.

The content market is flooded and overloaded. And it seems like publishers have lost the focus of their business. No matter if it is a print book, e-book, video or an enhanced book, no matter if it is through traditional, self- or hybrid published: Our core business is not about books. It is about reading.

Let`s get back to business and let´s talk about how to encourage readership.

After an inspiring plea for reading you will set the groundwork of an ASEAN-reading-campaign.

5:45 PM - 6:00 PM

CLOSING
Room: Chamber

BIP: MATCHMAKING

BIP stands for BUSINESS IDEA & PARTNER PROGRAMME – and promises individual matchmaking services. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet international experts, consultants and potential business partners with exclusive one-and-one-meetings.

DAY 1: 10 NOVEMBER 2016
(Thursday)

9:15 AM

OFFICIAL OPENING
Room: Chamber

9:30 AM

OPENING KEYNOTE: STAY HUNGRY!

“Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.” This was Steve Jobs’ advice to the 2005 graduates of Stanford University. And it is still true today, especially when it comes to the publishing business:

Publishers are facing an increasingly competitive and changing environment. They have to adapt constantly and accept that disruption is the new normal. There is no time to lay back and relax. You need to stay ambitious, to continue to challenge yourself and to look for the next (big) thing.

SPEAKER
Richard Nash, Serial Entrepreneur, US

10:00 AM

BREAK

2:00 PM

SPEED-DATING
MEET YOUR FUTURE BUSINESS PARTNERS…
FROM ACROSS THE CONTENT UNIVERSE

This interdisciplinary speed dating event will connect you with players and experts from different media industries including:

- Film & TV
- Games
- Corporate Content

Move from table to table, from contact to contact, present your projects, expand your network and your horizon. Come by and meet your business match!

Registration required.

3:30 PM

COFFEE & TEA BREAK

4:00 PM

BREAK

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM

STORYDRIVE RELAY
CLOSING & STORYDRIVE RELAY
Room: Chamber

DAY 2: 11 NOVEMBER 2016
(Friday)

9:15 AM

NETWORKING BREAKFAST

MEET YOUR FUTURE BUSINESS PARTNERS…
FROM PROMISING MARKETS

This exclusive networking event will connect you with publishers, agents, authors and experts from the ASEAN Region.

Move from table to table, from contact to contact, present your projects, expand your network and your horizon. Come by and meet your business match!

10:15 AM

BREAK

1:45 PM

BUYER/ SELLER MEETING
PITCH ME IF YOU CAN! FICTION AND NON-FICTION

You have a great book or story to sell? You want to enter the publishing market in Singapore? Take your chance, enter the stage and present your book, story or business case.

Registration required.

3:30 PM

COFFEE & TEA BREAK

4:00 PM

BREAK

5:45 PM - 6:00 PM

CLOSING
Room: Chamber

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Enquiries from Europe and Rest of World
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