Philippines 4.0 Skills Conference | 20-21st Nov

Philippines 4.0 Skills Conference | 20-21st Nov

In conjunction with Philippine Trade Training Center, Global MSME Academy, Thames International and accelebator, 2iB Partners will be speaking on Emerging Trends in Retail, HR Transformation and how to internationalize your business. 


Learn from 12 different tracks hosted and supported by experienced professionals and business men! The event will be held in the Philippines and attended by more than 300 other delegates. Find venue details below.


Philippine Trade Training Center

Roxas Blvd.

corner sen. Gil Puyat Ave,

Pasay City,


Date: Nov 20-21st, 2019

2iB Partners in brief

2iB Partners is a specialist M&A and management consultancy firm that has extensive networks with strategic buyers, MNCs, listed companies, investment networks and funds from US, UK, China, Philippines, India, Vietnam, Myanmar, etc.


2iB Partners help companies scale up and internationalize through inorganic growth, joint ventures or management consultancy. Through Singapore as a strategic base, 2iB Partners helps companies outside of Asia gain market access and companies in Asia expand internationally and regionally. 2iB Partners also provide ad-hoc entrenchment of highly qualified professionals and experienced businessmen to solve complex business problems through experience and insight.


For partnerships, speaker and general business enquiries with 2iB Partners:

Contact Person Dylan Tan
Designation Chief Operating Officer
Email Dylan@2ibpartners.com


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