For this year’s Asia Days, we would like to try out a new concept called Asian Consulting Afternoon. We have invited a Nikolaj Christian Herskind from Qvartz and Roxan Toll who has worked with consulting in Asia. Roxan Toll is Executive and founder with 20 years experience in the Market Research industry, including 15 years working for VC funded, tech platforms in global teams across Asia-Pacific, Europe and USA. Roxan will be speaking on the topic of “Fast Tracking Your Consulting Career – The Asia Way”. They will both give an insight to how it is working in consulting in Asia, elucidate what the difference might be between consulting work in Asia and Europe and introduce the company or projects they are working with. The afternoon will start off with presentations from these professionals, followed by a Q&A with everybody. Afterwards there will be served beer, so that students and professionals can speak more in-depth about this in a more informal setting.
Asia Days 2020
He will be speaking on the topic of “Brightening up Western China.”
in Human Resources covering HR business partnering and talent acquisition and Technology
(information security and service desk).She has recruited across regional and global roles for
various functions: Analytics, Government Relations and Public Policy, Engineering, Risk &
Compliance, Human Resources and more.
Earned her undergraduate degree in Accounting & Finance in 2005 and in 2019, completed
Masters of Tri Sector Collaboration with Singapore Management University.
She is also deeply involved in local community projects and non-profits. In 2009, together with
two of her friends, I took on the role of director in SYINC – a local youth non -profit that focuses
on creating creative solutions for social impact. She was involved in Be the Change initiative,
member, (2012) – Government initiative to create community owned ideas by youth leaders
and was involved in UNLEASH programme 2018 held in Singapore which is a global
innovation lab, which gathers 1,000 talent annually to collaborate on solutions to meet the
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
He will be speaking on the topic of “Sustainability in Asia energy context”
Mads will be speaking on the topic of “How telecommunication development supports a greener future”
Kevin will be speaking on the topic of “The emerging relevance of South East Asia”
Asian Consulting Afternoon
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