World Rubber Summit 2015, Singapore

World Rubber Summit 2015, Singapore

In partnership with SingEx Exhibitions, IRSG will launch the newly revamped World Rubber Summit (WRS) 2015 to be held in Singapore from 24 to 25 March 2015 at MAX Atria@Singapore EXPO.

Held under the umbrella of “World Rubber Week”, the event takes place alongside Tyrexpo Asia, IRSG’s Assembly of Nations and other related industry seminars and networking receptions.

The Summit themed “Productivity & Sustainability for Tomorrow’s Market – what drives it?” is designed to examine how world leaders and global CEOs are adjusting to the rapidly changing world economy and new global paradigms that may impact the rubber industry.

The Summit will feature visionary thought-leadership keynotes, thought-provoking interactive panel discussions and for the first time, topical in-depth breakout sessions presented by industry leaders and subject matter experts. Key takeaways from the Summit include insights ranging from the fast moving tyre business environment to the outlook and opportunities in the various market segments. Summit participants can look forward to engaging in discussions on commodity pricing, industry innovations and alternative sources of capital, which are key issues contributing towards growth prospects and sustainability of the rubber industry.

They will also be able to refresh and strengthen existing relationships and seek new business opportunities via the networking opportunities at the event. Indeed, World Rubber Summit 2015 is a must-attend event for all stakeholders within the rubber industry value chain.


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