File photo from 2012 Asia on the Edge conference.
MANILA, Philippines – Filipino creative entrepreneurs, thinkers and leaders and their counterparts from Indonesia, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and Myanmar attempt to make Asia among the world’s foremost creative capitals as they let ideas simmer at the Hong Kong Fringe Club for the 2013 Asia on the Edge (AOTE).
Much anticipation for conference, said to be especially for the “mentally agile, frighteningly creative and daringly enterprising,” is also brewing in social media.
Poached Mag writer Valerie reports that delegates are already looking forward to a “robust” creative dialogue with its unmatched lineup of guests and speakers.
Yuchengco Museum owner and serial entrepreneur Marco Santos as well as Intellectual Property Ventures Group chief executive Enrique Gonzalez will be involved in the creative mapping of the Philippines.
Other leading creative minds to be heard from at AOTE are filmmaker Antony Szeto, Singaporean ambassador to Russia Michael Tay, Filipino politician Imee Marcos and Press Room Group HK director Alan Lo.