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Synchronisation

The fact of happening at the same time or moving at the same speed as something else; the act of making something do this

Inclusiveness

The fact of deliberately including people, things, ideas, etc. from all sections or society, points of view, etc.

Each industry has its owns challenges, and remaining relevant requires constant adaptation to changes. Organisations actively explore various possible futures to anticipate what disruptions are coming. But how to gear up for the unexpected?

 

While it can be tempting and motivational to look ahead, focusing on the present contributes to our positive outlook and to the difference we make for ourselves and others.

Do you value your time?

Time passes faster for your face than for your feet (assuming you're standing up).
 

Einstein's theory of relativity dictates that observers in relative motion or at different gravitational potentials measure disparate clock rates: the closer you are to the centre of the Earth, the slower time goes. At the top of Mount Everest, a year would be about 15 microseconds shorter than at sea level.

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Time plays a significant role in our life. A scarce resource, it helps us make a good habit of structuring our daily activities and prioritise what matters most. No matter where in the world you are: even if you don't live at the top of Mount Everest, every second counts. Access the knowledge of industry experts gathering in one place at one time, and achieve significant travel time and cost savings.

Everest on WHY

Are you resilient to change?

Opuntia differs from other plants in photosynthesis by gathering its carbon at night.


Since its habitat is not plentiful of water, opuntia opens its stomata at night when the air is cooler and less water will evaporate. The carbon collected at night is then converted to organic acid which is stored inside the cactus until the sun rises, to provide the products of light reactions.

Businesses have to adjust to a continuously evolving environment in record time, becoming more efficient and rethinking the way they interact with customers and enable their people. Though we don’t forget the importance of "what's next", we focus on sharing insightful and actionable information that will support your operations and your business goals today.

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Opuntia on WHY

How curious are you?

Could there ever have been life on the moon?


The modern Moon is not a hospitable place, but scientists contend that all the ingredients for life may well have been present four billion years ago. Asteroids could have even struck early Earth and transported primitive bacteria to the surface of the Moon.

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Sometimes looking back is the key to moving forward. It’s a healthy thing now and then to hang a question mark on the things you have long taken for granted: it encourages you to think differently and adjust your trajectory. We don’t promise you the Moon, as there’s no need to embark on such a journey to help you broaden your perspective: inspiration is just a click away.

Pyramid on WHY

Make the difference!

A huge impact can be made when using pencils in different lead hardness.


Graphite is produced in various grades or degrees according to the softness or hardness of the material. Different grades will produce different types of marks. The grade of the pencil is usually designated on the side or the end of the pencil. For drawing pencils, this is an alphanumeric value.

How many times you’ve heard that an event is exclusive and by invitation only? Same old same old. We believe business relations should be built on trust and transparency, and anybody should be entitled to equal access to opportunities. Join us, and contribute with your experience to the growth of a community of like-minded professionals from diverse geographies: because the difference is you.

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Pencils on WHY

We keep it simple

Backward running requires about 30 percent more energy than forward locomotion.

The official Guinness World Record for running 42.195 km in reverse has been held by Xu Zhenjun since October 2004, when he backed over the finish line at Beijing in 3:43:39.

Photo of a runner stretching before a long run.

Our highly motivated team has a long history of producing successful events, and is fully focused on one goal: ensuring that we'll always be a partner you can rely on. We like to keep things simple, as even a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Through discipline and hard work we make sure to meet your expectations anytime we cross a finish line - together.

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