Fullerton Markets today announced the return of its Leaders Summit, taking place at the five-star Putrajaya Marriott Hotel which is located within IOI Resort City. The annual event brings together Fullerton Markets’ top partners and industry luminaries to share on their business and leadership success.
Fullerton Markets CEO Mario Singh said, “Fullerton Leaders Summit is the most anticipated event on our company’s calendar. It is a great opportunity for participants to build knowledge and networks — by learning directly from, and connecting with thought leaders and like-minded peers. At our inaugural summit in Bangkok last year, we had 150 partners from 20 countries. Today, we have 300 partners from 26 countries, with some participants coming from as far as Cameroon and Poland.”
Mario, a global financial expert, best-selling author and award-winning entrepreneur, will be sharing on “7 Strategies to Build a Multimillion-Dollar Business.” He is joined by a stellar line-up of speakers headlining the summit, which also includes Mark Tang, a serial entrepreneur and angel investor, and Jan Wong, one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Asia for 2017.
Jan will be sharing on digital media growth hacking techniques to optimise business performance while Mark will be delivering a topic entitled “Built to Last: 3 Key Strategies to Attract Clients for Life!”
“The business landscape is constantly evolving. As leaders, we always need to stay ahead of the curve and implement relevant strategies to guide our organisation forward. Fullerton Leaders Summit hopes to reinforce this notion and equip leaders and entrepreneurs with the tools required to grow their businesses,” added Mario.
The event is attended by delegates from all over the world and concludes with a Gala Dinner that will recognise the contributions of Fullerton Markets’ partners over the past year.
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