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WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND


2019 has borne witness to a number of instances of significant and prolonged disruption in major urban centres and tourist destinations as a result of political protests and terrorist acts. These events have significant impact on businesses' physical assets, revenue streams and people. In many instances, the effect of these events will continue to be felt long after the initial shockwaves have subsided. 


Join us on 27th February for a panel discussion on the key lessons learned from the events of 2019 and gain insights into how organisaitons can protect their assets, people and revenue streams from Political Violence. 

 

This session will draw on a number of current and past examples of major events and will incorporate an element of Q&A to provide for an interactive and engaging session.  

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN


  • How the threat landscape in Asia is evolving in 2020
  • The current impact of terrorism and political violence events in Asia
  • What you can do to protect your assets, people and revenue


WHO SHOULD ATTEND


Organisations in the Retail, Hospitality, Tourism, Transportation and Real Estate sectors will find Julian Taylor's perspective on recent instances of terrorism and political violence particularly relevant.  


With thanks to our Future of Trade Partner Lloyds Bank and Venue and Catering Partner Aon

Partners

Location

AON
SGX Centre,
2Shenton Way,
#26-01 SGX Centre 1,
Singapore 068804

Singapore

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Contact us

For additional event or venue information, please email helen@britcham.org.sgYou can also reach us at +65 62223552