On behalf of Executive Committee of the Wharton Asia Business Conference (WABC) at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, we are pleased to announce that the 17th annual WABC will take place on Saturday October 15, 2011 at the University of Pennsylvania’s Jon M. Huntsman Hall in University City, Philadelphia, USA. We hope that you will be able to join us in what we expect to be a day of information exchange and networking opportunities in the Asian business community.
This year’s conference theme will be, “Asia Unleashed: Opportunities and Challenges in a Multi-Polar World.” Continued>>
Why attend Wharton Asia Business Conference?
WABC will compile a list of participants' resumes which will be handed over to the event's sponsors and career fair firms. The deadline for resume submissions is TO BE ANNOUNCED.
Once you have purchased your ticket, please send your resume to: email@example.com Your resume should be in either PDF or Word File and be titled using the following naming convention: GraduateStatus_Yr_Lastname_Firstname e.g. UGR_11_Lastname_Firstname or GR_11_Lastname_Firstname
About Wharton Asia Business Conference
Originally founded in 1995, the Wharton Asia Business Conference strives to provide comprehensive coverage on current trends in the dynamic economies of Asia, creating a forum for in-depth discussion on key issues pertaining to the sustainability of Asia's growth while highlighting the excitement associated with developments in this region. Over the last fourteen years, the event has flourished into a multinational conference attracting over 400 professionals and students from University of Pennsylvania and ten other schools.
This year we have expanded our conference and expect approximately 550 students and professionals from numerous schools and firms to attend. The career component is an integral part of WABC, and we are seeking top multinational firms to present opportunities to undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate students from numerous top-tier institutions across the country.