2022 APAC Virtual Conference (Cancelled)

We regret to announce that the 2022 APAC Virtual Conference has been cancelled.

The APAC Conference Committee, observing a lower level of registration compared to previous conferences hosted, has made this difficult decision based on the desire to ensure the conference experience is as impactful as possible to those taking time out of their busy schedules to join us. In order to provide a professional development opportunity during the conference time period, we will continue to move forward with the panel on March 8th, 8:45 – 9:45 am SGT titled: Hiring Trends & Talent Perspectives in APAC for MBA CSEA members and conference participants. Click here to register.

Our world, our industry, and are lives are in a continuous state of sustained change. It’s no longer a question of if or when things will return to normal – it’s a matter of how we will assess and adapt within our continuously fluctuating environment.

In alignment with our 2022 APAC Conference theme, Rerouted: Thriving in a World of Detours, we have lined up an array of engaging sessions and networking opportunities that will help us navigate and thrive in this constant state of flex. We will hear from industry leaders and peers who will share insights into trends within Asia-Pacific as a whole, as well as delve into perspectives from individual regions. Join us to engage, connect, and collaborate to help each other as we navigate our newly transformed reality.

First-time employer attendees: contact us for a discount registration rate!

Registration includes access to session recordings.


    Important deadlines

    • Sponsor & Exhibitor registration: March 2
    • Final attendee registration: March 2

    Discounts available

    • One day rate
    • Multiple people from the same organization
    • BOGO employers
    • Package rates for multiple conferences
      • APAC and EMEA: $300 member rate
      • APAC and Global (in-person): $650 member rate
      • APAC, EMEA and Global: $750

    What did attendeees have to say about our 2021 Virtual Asia-Pacific Conference?