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See You at the 2018 Asia Pacific Conference

Thursday, September 20, 2018

ATD Global is pleased to announce that we will organize the ATD 2018 Asia Pacific Conference & Exhibition in Taipei, Taiwan on December 4-5. The theme of this year’s event is Learning Innovation for Future Talent, with three content tracks of Learning, Innovation, and Future Talent.

Asia’s business landscape is dynamic and evolving. This environment makes it critical that organizations create cultures focused on constant learning and upskilling for the future. The ATD Asia Pacific Conference & Exhibition will address how companies develop their employees so that they can remain competitive in the rapidly changing business world.

This year, we are glad to have Chris Pirie, former Microsoft chief learning officer, and John H. (Jack) Zenger, co-founder and chief executive officer of Zenger Folkman, to speak at our conference. Additionally, more than 20 world-renowned elite leaders, experts, and scholars will share best practices and future trends. We also invited companies to showcase their latest innovative training methods, products, services, and tools.

This premier event will welcome over 1,000 learning professionals and feature thought leaders and experts from around the world who will share their insights. You will gain practical knowledge to help you achieve real impact in your organization.


If you are interested in attending or sponsoring the conference, please contact [email protected]. To learn more about the conference, please visit

This will be an important annual conference to expand your perspective! See you in Taipei on December 4-5.

About the Author

Katherine Xu is the specialist for ATD Global at Association for Talent Development (ATD), the world's largest association dedicated to those who develop talent in organizations. She supports the ATD Global department by facilitating the exchange of knowledge among the global learning and development community. She also helps manage the Global Perspectives topic, where she supports professionals around the world to share regional best practices, conduct global benchmarking, and discuss cross-cultural and global talent development issues. Katherine graduated from The George Washington University with a Master of Professional Studies in Public Relations.

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