EduInvest World Asia 2013


IMAPAC, Eduinvest ASIA, Global Education Magazine

EduInvest World Asia 2013 is specially tailored for private education institutions, policy makers and investors looking to leverage from Asia’s private education market unparalleled potential for growth and opportunities. Enabling them to take advantage of market potential, determine revenue streams, identify new strategies, and form new partnerships for the development and evolution of private education projects and standards in Asia.

Across the emerging markets demand and enrollment in private education has been growing at a staggering pace over the last decade.

India, China, Malaysia and Singapore governments, among others, have been encouraging growth in the private education industry as it represents an economic necessity to their nations. For this purpose policy makers, private education institutions and investors gather together to source the pool of opportunities that this industry is currently offering to those interested in making politics and business with a social good.

Be part of the BEST partnering and business development opportunity with Asia’s education industry and join us in December 2013!

A glimpse of what the 2013 event will bring to you:

  • 2 days of intense knowledge sharing and networking opportunities
  • Real life case studies and lessons learnt
  • 200+ attendees from Asia  governments and associations, global and regional private education institutions, investment communities and service providers

Unlimited partnering opportunities that will benefit your strategic planning and open new doors.

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Contact: Irene LoCoco

Email: irene.lococo@imapac.com

  • http://northeastasia.tumblr.com/ Jason Lei

    I had a good opportunity to meet up with investors at the EduInvest World Asia conference in 2013. The education industries private sector looks to be in good shape.

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