The Mahota Symposium presents its third annual symposium – Maximizing Corporate Flow – Innovative ways to build sustainable business, at Mahota Farm on Chong Ming Island and Sun Island Resorts, Shanghai from 7 to 9 September 2012.
The Symposium aims to engage decision makers and interested individuals to commit to making a sustainable lifestyle a priority in their corporate and personal lives, through seemingly disparate but intimately connected fields – health, agriculture, tourism and education – in offering a sustainable strategy for organizational transformation.
Keynote speaker, Mr. Tan Hong Khoon Chairman of Prime Group International, will share his story - Journey to Good Health, how a cardiac arrest changed his perspective in life, his vision, lifestyle and his entire business model to bring the company to greater heights.
The transformation of Sun Island Resorts, Shanghai to a wellness integrated destination with a research center based on TCM philosophy to design programs for individual and corporate wellness and converting an existing pig farm to sustainable agriculture that aims at zero carbon emission are few of the many initiatives that demonstrate the Chairman’s vision of Sharing, Harmony and Symbiosis.
Symposium at Mahota Farm will discuss topics on Sustainable Agriculture and its effect on tourism, local community and how corporate groups can do their part and also benefit from supporting the new movement.
Symposium on Sun Island covers important topics of how sustainable business stems from employees’ health and wellbeing, ethical business methods and making green choices for your company’s setup, activities and space planning.
A series of hands-on workshops conducted by thought leaders in their fields would share tips for delegates to take care of themselves in their busy lifestyles, creating green space for their office or personal space and an exhilarating Laughter Yoga session conducted by the Founder of Laughter Yoga.
Join us for the Mahota Symposium to create the lifestyle we truly deserve.
Toh Lay Ling