|4th Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2013 Programme Book|
The Malaysia’s Finance Ministry secretary-general Tan Sri Dr Mohd Irwan Siregar Abdullah confirmed during the closing ceremony that the two-day Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), the first in East Asia, has closed business deals worth RM12.65 million.
|Corporate managers of PENCHEM, from Penang, Malaysia @ #4GES2013KL|
|US Sec. of State John Kerry's speech thru Bernie's Sketch post|
The GES is a follow-through on President Obama’s statement underscoring the important roles that entrepreneurship can play in expanding opportunity at home and abroad.
The GES has developed into a strategic public-private sector that exceeds borders and industries and creates expertise and experience in businesses, social works, women’s issues, public policies and education.
It traveled from Washington in 2010; and then Istanbul in 2011; Dubai, 2012; Malaysia, 2013; and the next country will be in Morocco, 2014 as announced in the final ceremony.
|4th GES2013 @ Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
While in a short interview, an entrepreneurship teacher Anis Amira Ab Rahman from Politeknik Muadzani Shah, Malaysia pronounced that her participation in this event will gain her commercial linkages in government and private agencies including small businesses. She is convinced that this event is an avenue for her to explore the business activities and applications that will unleash the creativity of her students. Her greatest challenge as a teacher is to create students with total package of true entrepreneurs or future employers (and not as mere job seekers and employees).
|Anis Amira Ab Rahman, delegate-teacher @ #4thGES|
While a team of young corporate managers and leaders from Penchem, Penang, Malaysia namely Andy Tan Chin Seang, Goh Yeng Bing, Wong Kah Gin and Ng Jay See - all with enthusiasm and energy connecting with people, relating their company’s products and services.
A newly graduate Vietnamese, Anh T.V. Nguyen expressed her excitement with all the potentials in networking in this event.
|#4GES2013KL, during the break-out sessions (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)|
There were 500 youths (250 youths from Malaysia and 250 from other countries), in extreme energy and happiness, and absolutely full of new ideas. At young age, Lisa Barnett, from United Kingdom, Nor Hasya, from Malaysia were in excited mode to develop their future plans in the field of entrepreneurship; and so with the youths from Tanzania and India.
Bits and pieces of stories during the event and even after the event were so enormous and fascinating, captured sometimes in digital photos and graphic sketches of Bernie were special and memorable in this 4th Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2013.
|(From L - R) Juliet Z. Cruz, Bernie & Ganesh Kumar Bangah during the 4th GES2013|
|Famous Petronas Towers,in front of KLCC, KL, Malaysia|
Wow, this is truly an awesome and victorious entrepreneurship trip in Malaysia!
Full Script of the Welcome Remarks by the Hon. US Secretary of State John Kerry
References and Links: http://www.state.gov
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