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DIALOGUE WITH MEMBERS OF THE MELBOURNE BUSINESS SCHOOL ALUMNI (MBSA)

Members of the AAS Business Committee were invited to attend the MBSA Networking Night on Thursday, 10 February, 2011 at the Beaujoluis Wine Bar.

Mr Michael Yap, Chairman of the Business Committee, and Mr Seah Kim Swee, a Committee Member, attended the event. They had a fruitful dialogue with MBSA members. There was a frank exchange of ideas on how AAS can value add to some of their activities, particularly in terms of business networking.

 

MBSA has more than 150 graduates in Singapore. Mr Bay Yew Chuan, who is their Mentor and also an AAS member, sees the value of AAS being an umbrella body for all Australian graduates in Singapore. As MBSA is not formerly registered, he encouraged MBSA members to join AAS as individual members.

 

Mr Nigel Hembrow, who is the Co-ordinator for this group, is very supportive of AAS and was instrumental in establishing the links with us. We look forward to following up with them to organise future activities.

 

Reported by:
Seah Kim Swee
AAS Business Committee

Members of the AAS Business Committee were invited to attend the MBSA Networking Night on Thursday, 10 February, 2011 at the Beaujoluis Wine Bar.

Mr Michael Yap, Chairman of the Business Committee, and Mr Seah Kim Swee, a Committee Member, attended the event. They had a fruitful dialogue with MBSA members. There was a frank exchange of ideas on how AAS can value add to some of their activities, particularly in terms of business networking.

MBSA has more than 150 graduates in Singapore. Mr Bay Yew Chuan, who is their Mentor and also an AAS member, sees the value of AAS being an umbrella body for all Australian graduates in Singapore. As MBSA is not formerly registered, he encouraged MBSA members to join AAS as individual members.

Mr Nigel Hembrow, who is the Co-ordinator for this group, is very supportive of AAS and was instrumental in establishing the links with us. We look forward to following up with them to organise future activities.

Reported by:
Seah Kim Swee
AAS Business Committee

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