Academic leads discussion at forum


One for the album as Dr Lim (right) poses together with Prof Schwab at the recent World Economic Forum on Asean in Hanoi.

SWINBURNE University of Technology Sarawak’s Head of School of Business for the Faculty of Business, Design and Arts Assoc Prof Dr Lim Weng Marc led the discussion on “Breaking Barriers for Women Entrepreneurs” at the recent World Economic Forum on Asean in Hanoi.

At the prestigious event, Dr Lim led the discussion with South Korea’s Foreign Affairs Minister Kang Kyung-Wha, Plan International chief executive officer Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen, Queenrides founder and chief executive officer Iim Fahima Jachja, Far Eastern University Public Policy Centre executive director Julia Andrea Abad, JA Asia Pacific president Vivian Lau and City Mart Holdings founder and chief executive officer Win Win Tint.

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