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President Clinton To Speak Live At Auckland In Feb

President Clinton To Speak Live At Global Business Forum

International Events & Speakers are proud to announce that The Honourable William Jefferson Clinton, 42nd President of the United States of America will return to Australia and New Zealand for the first time in 4 years in February 2006. President Clinton will be the keynote speaker at Global Business Forum- Thought Leadership in Sydney on Wednesday 22 February, Melbourne on Thursday 23 February and Auckland on Friday 24 February 2006.

Based on the World Economic Forum held each January in Davos Switzerland, the Global Business Forums will feature international speakers of the highest calibre in an exciting interactive program for attendees.

President Clinton will speak live at each of the 3 events and also participate in a moderated question and answer session with the delegates. He will be joined by industry leaders Michael Eisner (Walt Disney CEO 1984-2005), Carly Fiorina (Hewlett Packard Chairman and CEO 1999-2005) and Jack Perkowski (How to do business in China).

Since leaving office in January 2001 President Clinton has formed The William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Foundation, an international think tank and action centre. The Foundation seeks to strengthen the capacity of people throughout the world to meet the challenges of global interdependence. The Foundation focuses its work in five critical areas: racial, ethnic and religious reconciliation, civic service, and economic development of poor communities, leadership development and the battle against HIV/AIDS.

To register your interest in attending any of the 3 events please go to http://www.globalbusinessforum.com.au or call Auckland 09 376 9247 in New Zealand.

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