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Annual General Meetings

MC First AGM

 

MC First Annual General Meeting was successfully held, with the occasion being graced by MC's founding members and many of its trustees & members, including Minister Khaw Boon Wan (Ministry of Health) and Dr Richard Hu (Chairman of MC's Board of Trustees). The AGM was followed by a talk by one of our trustees, Mr Hsieh Tsun Yan (Chairman of McKinsey Asia). He spoke on a subject that is of interest to many -"ASEAN, and the rise of China and India". Mr Patrick Choy, one of MC's directors & a member of the Chinese People Political Consultative Conference also spoke on the future of China development.

Date : April 30, 2004
Venue : EDB Learning Centre - Synergy Room 
Time : 2.30pm - 4.30pm

 

 

MC Second AGM

 

MC Second Annual General Meeting was well attended by its members and trustees. Distinguished members gracing the event included Dr Richard Hu (Chairman of MC's Board of Trustees) and many other representatives from various private and government organisations. Mr Tan Kee-Hian, a Global Expert in Value Innovation Network working in Professor Chan Kim's team, was also invited to present the "Blue Ocean Strategy" after the AGM. Mr Tan is a member and London Honorary Representative of MC.

Date : July 6, 2005
Venue : EDB Learning Centre - Synergy Room 
Time : 3.00pm - 5.00pm

 

 

MC Third AGM

 

Majulah Connection had its third Annual General Meeting successfully on 27 June 2006. The event, with a talk by Prof Linda Lim, a Professor of Strategy at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, where she is also Director of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies. The topic of "Globalization and the 'Global City': Does 'Being Singapore' Matter?" drew much lively debates from the audience.

Date : June 27, 2006
Venue : EDB Learning Centre - Seminar Room 
Time : 3.00pm - 5.30pm

 

 

MC Fourth AGM

 

Over the past few years, Majulah Connection has been able to focus attention on the important issue of linking up with overseas Singaporeans to the highest level within the government. This has led to the set-up of the Overseas Singaporean Unit (OSU) at the Prime Minister's Office. With that development, Majulah Connection has repositioned itself to support the work of the OSU while continuing to provide a unique platform for high level business connections.

 
At the fourth AGM, Majulah Connection announced that it will be operating on a volunteer and self supporting basis. In addition to its usual connecting role for the network of contacts it has established over the last few years, Majulah Connection shall be organizing small group quarterly lunches among interested trustees and interesting business persons for high level and informed discussion.

Date : September 17, 2007
Venue : Lei Garden, CHIJMES 
Time : 12.00pm - 2.30pm

 

 

MC Fifth AGM

 

Majulah Connection has since converted from a fully operating organisation, to a volunteer and self supporting organisation. Despite the conversion, Majulah Connection has been able to maintain the network, with occasional networking sessions to connect interested parties together. 

 
The fifth AGM recorded the resignation of Patrick Choy as a director of the company. Majulah Connection will continue organizing small group quarterly lunches among interested trustees and interesting business persons for high level and informed discussion.

Date : July 11, 2008
Venue : China Club, Capital Tower 
Time : 09.00am - 11.30am