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Summit of Leaders - 2018 Socrates Award Ceremony Oxford, UK 18 December 2018

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Welcome to the EBA Global - 2019 Exclusive programme for world leaders in politics, economy, science and culture from different countries to participate in summits, conferences, working meetings, organized by Europe Business Assembly and partners. www.ebaoxford.co.uk

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Summit of Leaders - 2018 Socrates Award Ceremony CONTENTS 4 Programme 6 Participants 8 Official Partners 10 VIP Participants 12 Keynote Speakers 13 Guest Speakers 14 EBA Business Ambassadors 19 Business Cards

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SUMMIT PROGRAMME 18 DECEMBER SUMMIT OF LEADERS – 2018 ‘Lifelong Learning and one step ahead Business. The necessity to move with the times’ 09:00-10:00 Registration Morning coffee/tea and networking Summit Opening Oxford Town Hall Old Library, Oxford Town Hall Main Hall, Oxford Town Hall 10:00-10:10 Keynote Address by Prof. John Netting, Director General, Europe Business Assembly, Oxford, UK Main Hall, Oxford Town Hall 10:10-10:40 Plenary Session - ‘Proactive leader which can learn, earn and inspire communities’ Keynote speaker - Christina Briggs, Global Club of Leaders President, CEO of ‘New World Insight’ Ltd, UK, USA - ‘University of the future: new trends and opportunities’ Keynote speaker - Sergei A. Gutnikov, MD, DPhil (Oxon). Expert in academia and grants, Oxford Progress. Scientist, researcher and lecturer. Working Session 10:40-13:00 Presentation Section: ‘Favourable businesses in investment attractive territories’ Moderator - Christina Briggs, Global Club of Leaders President, CEO of ‘New World Insight’ Ltd, UK, USA We are going to hear the ‘providers’ of innovative business modifications – leading entrepreneurs of the quickly developing countries. Main points that push leaders to reinvent themselves, so they can evolve ahead of the changing times. Presentation from the appointed EBA Business Ambassador – Dr. Jessy Lai, Founder/Group CEO, Monspace Multinational Corporation, Malaysia ‘ECOSOC and EBA: Face the Social Business. Ways to engage.’ Presentations from the Best Regional Companies. Sharing the experience and personal achievements: • Mr. Khalil Abdulkareem N Alfraih, Director General, Al Jazeerah Engineers & Consultants, Saudi Arabia; • Mr. Iliya Garkov, General Manager and Vice President, Dundee Precious Metals Chelopech EAD, Bulgaria; • Dr. Manika Khanna, Founder, CEO & Chairperson, Gaudium IVF & Women Health PVT. LTD., India; • Mr. Midhat Kabahija, CEO / Owner, OrtoSar d.o.o. Srajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; • Mr. Joseph Chan, CEO, AsiaPay, HK China; • Ms. Aleksandra Djurdjevic, CEO, Delta Motors – BMW Serbia; • Mr. Kudakwashe Taruberekera, Founder and CEO, Craft Properties PVT LTD – Zimbabwe; • Mr. Ariffin Sabirin, Co-Founder/Executive Director, Wasiyyah Shoppe Berhad, Malaysia; • Mr. Rui Amorim, CEO, Ecopaint Corporation, Portugal; • Mr. Dolkuntay Abdulkhalil, Director, Metall Prom Group, Kazakhstan; • Mrs. Faustina Adofo Adjagar, CEO, First Choice Hair & Beauty, Ghana Academic Section: ‘Lifelong learning. The pursuit of knowledge for competitiveness and employability’ Breakout Topic - Urgent conversation: The right to inclusive education This is an inalienable right for everyone under European norms for a while. But what we can say about still only developing countries. So, let’s try to figure out what inclusive education is and when it will be really available for students with special needs. Speakers: Mrs. Marianna Dipiloane Monyadiwa Phutsisi, Principal, Motheo TVET College, South Africa; Prof. Garba Dahuwa Azare, Director General and Chief Executive, National Teachers’ Institute, Nigeria Breakout Topic - Education and Business alliance Nowadays more and more universities are ready for initiative contacts, comprehensive partnership and joint projects with the other higher education institutions around the world. Of course, universities must cooperate, not compete. But what do you think about strategic partnerships with the business environment? We intend to speak about the balance of mutual benefits. Speakers: Prof. Nanjid Gombojav, President, Mandakh University, Mongolia; Mr. Sergey Pozyabin, Assistant Rector for International Affairs, Moscow state academy of veterinary medicine and biotechnology named after K.I. Skryabin, Russia Breakout Topic - New IT and online paradigm at Educational institutions Studying new IT plans to manage universities and online courses (MOOC and others) to attract learners. Speakers: Mr. Jaime Roy Doxsey, CEO, ESAB Escola Superior Aberta do Brasil, Brasil; Mr. Steve Emery, Managing Director, Instruments Direct Services Limited, UK 13:00-14:00 14:00-15:00 Section break Old Library, Oxford Town Hall Lunch and networking Main Hall, Oxford Town Hall Academic Section: ‘Lifelong learning. The pursuit of knowledge for competitiveness and employability’ Moderator - Prof. John Netting, Director General, Europe Business Assembly, Oxford, UK Breakout Topic - High Education and Research How to measure quality and achieve good positions in world rankings of universities? Speakers: Prof. MD Zehra Neşe Kavak, President and Rector, Istanbul Kent University, Turkey Prof. Mustafa Massad, President, Jordan Academy for Maritime Studies (JAMS), Jordan -4-

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SUMMIT PROGRAMME Breakout Topic - Creation of branches of world universities How to create affiliates of universities in other parts of the world that provide sustainable growth for institutions. What is the secret of a dynamic approach to nurturing a global network of students and academic staff? Speaker: MD. G R Jahangir, Principal, Chetona Model Academy, Bangladesh Breakout Topic - Urgent conversation: ‘We can STOP the corruption’. Is it a myth or reality? Corruption remains one of the acutest problems despite the country’s level of development. Whether the corruption has a nationality? Is it area-based? We are ready to debate on the provocative subject of corruption in HE institutions. Speaker: Prof. Dr. Tyrone Pretorius, Rector and Vice-Chancellor, University of the Western Cape, South Africa Presentations of the scientific researches, innovative projects and personal achievements from leading regional educational and scientific institutions: • Ms. Alla Kulikova, President, International Psy-Academy, Czech Republic; • Dr. Sr. Mary Easey, Managing Director, Jivadhara Institute of Neuro Development and Research, India; • Prof. Luciane Ceretta, Dean, UNESC - Universidade do Extremo Sul Catarinense, Brazil; • Prof. Dr. Tomasz Szczepański, Vice-Rector for Scientific Affairs, Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland; • Prof. Khalid Al-Begain, President, Kuwait College of Science and Technology, Kuwait; • Acad. Prof. Dr. Dan Mircea Enescu, Vice-President, Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences, Romania; • Dr. Faton Berisha, Vice-rector of University of Pristina «Hasan Prishtina», Republic of Kosovo Section summing up 15:00-17:00 ‘Oxford Debate’ ‘How do you see the University of Future?’ We propose a really special discussion platform for experts, ‘heavyweights’ and regional leaders of the educational services market. Main Hall, Oxford Town Hall Moderator - Prof. John Netting, Director General, Europe Business Assembly, Oxford, UK Declared topics: • The main person in University: student or professor? ‘From teacher-centered to a student-centered teaching model: can we achieve? Possibilities and prospects. Difficulties.’ Speaker - Prof. Kyriakos Athanasiou, Emeritus Professor, University of Athens, President of State Scholarship Foundation, Greece • Does the training of students in real practical skills help them to find work faster? Is it necessary to change radically the educational programme? Speaker – Mrs. Marianna Dipiloane Monyadiwa Phutsisi, Principal, Motheo TVET College, South Africa • The right way to look on the Campus of future. Speaker-Prof.dr.ir.AlexandradenHeijer,ProfessorofPublicRealEstate,DelftUniversityofTechnology,TheNetherlands • Does the HE University have a future without an effective strategy of online learning, blended learning, m- and e-learning implementation? Speakers: Prof. Dr. Tyrone Pretorius, Rector and Vice-Chancellor, University of the Western Cape, South Africa; Prof. Shijie Yu, Director of Online Education Office, Tsinghua University, China • Continuing Learning & Lifelong learning. Expert’s opinion: your point of view on the university’s role in the lifelong learning concept. Speaker - Mr. MD.G R Jahangir, Principal, Chetona Model Academy (CMA), Bangladesh • Universities must cooperate, not to compete with each other. Are you ready for initiative contacts, comprehensive partnership and joint projects with the other higher education institutions around the world? Speakers: Prof. Garba Dahuwa Azare, Director General and Chief Executive, National Teachers’ Institute, Nigeria; Ms. Cintya Aguirre Brito, Chief IT Architect, Ameise Software, Republic of Ecuador; Prof. Tomasz Szczepanski, Vice-Rector for Scientific Affairs, Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland Presentation of certificates and grateful diplomas to debate’s speakers. ‘Oxford Debate’ Summing up 19:00-20:00 20:00-21:30 Socrates Award Ceremony - 2018 Welcome cocktail and photo session (guest photographer – Mr. Martin Phelps) Assembly Room, Oxford Town Hall Main Hall, Oxford Town Hall ‘Grand Rector’s parade’ and Socrates Committee international awards presentation to professors, scientists, and CEOs of innovative regional companies. Masters of the ceremony: Peter Thompson, President, UK National Association of Toastmasters Alan Myatt, member of the Ancient and Honourable Guild of Town Criers, who set two Guinness World Records as the loudest crier and for vocal endurance. Main Hall, Oxford Town Hall 21:30-23:00 Banquet traditionally accompanied by the world-famous Father Willis organ and guest musicians. -5-

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SUMMIT PARTICIPANTS Abdalla Fadl, CEO & General Manager, Sudanese Islamic Bank, Sudan Abdelouahed Chiadmi, Director General, Institution El Yakada, Morocco Abdrahamane Tiémoko Berté, Director General, Institution de Prévoyance Sociale Caisse Générale de Retraite des Agents de l’Etat (IPS - CGRAE), Côte d’Ivoire Abdullah Cağlar Batman, Member of Board, Academic Hospital, Turkey Adamu Garba, CEO, IPI Solutions Nigeria Limited, Nigeria Albert Parry, Deputy CEO, Palmers Green International Limited, Ghana Aleko Gvaramia, Rector, Abkhaz State University, Abkhaz Aleksandra Djurdjevic, CEO, Delta Motors - BMW Serbia, Serbia Alex Ermolenko, Interpreter, International Metro Association, Russian Federation Alexandra den Heijer, Professor of Public Real Estate, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands Alireza Pahlevanzade, Director of Research and Methodological Center of International programs, International Humanitarian University, Ukraine Alla Kulikova, President, International Psy-Academy, Czech Republic Amina Plummer, Education Director, The Owl’s Nest International School, Ghana Ana Costa, Owner - General Manager, Clidopa (Angola) LDA, Angola Anastasia Mallwill, VIP Programme Coordinator, EBA Conferences, UK Anthony Rapu, Director, Tradelink Oil and Gas Limited, Nigeria Anton Savvov, President, East-Ukrainian Academy of Business, Ukraine Antonia Mehedintu, Member of the Board, Niro Investment Group, Romania Ariel Kuaho, Representative, Issues PTY LTD, Botswana Ariffin Sabirin, Founder / Executive Director, Wasiyyah Shoppe Berhad, Malaysia Arjeta Broja, Economist, CENTIMETRI and YLLIArchitects, Kosovo Awatif Al Jasser, Representative, Al Jazeerah Engineers & Consultants, Saudi Arabia Ayantika Rinti Bose, Representative, M Abdur Rahim Medical College, Dinajpur, Bangladesh Azrin Sabirin, Co-Founder / Executive Director, Wasiyyah Shoppe Berhad, Malaysia Boachu Kumar Bose, Director, INMAS, BAEC., M Abdur Rahim Medical College, Dinajpur, Bangladesh Boutheina Manai, Marketing Manager, Sharjah Electricity & Water Authority, United Arab Emirates Bruhan Nassur, Managing Director & Chairman, BBV Engineering Services LTD, Uganda Christina Briggs, President, Global Club of Leaders, CEO, New World Insight, UK Cintya de la Nube Aguirre Brito, United Kingdom Dan Mircea Enescu, Vicepresident, Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences, Romania Daniel Roberts, Instruments Direct Services Limited, UK Daniela Iova, Representative, Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences, Romania Davaasambuu Dalrai, Mandakh University, Mongolia Dr. Sr. Mary Easey, Managing Director, Jivadhara Institute of Neuro Development and Research, India Elena Mirzayants, Vice President Economics and Finance, LLC Kings Water, Russian Federation Eugenia Amorim, Representative, Ecopaint Corporation, Portugal Fanda Choi, Director, AsiaPay, HK China Faton Berisha, Vice-rector, University of Pristina ‘Hasan Prishtina’, Kosovo Faustina Adofo Adjagar, CEO, First Choice Hair & Beauty, Ghana Florin Suicescu, Director General, Niro Investment Group, Romania Garba Dahuwa Azare, DG & CEO, National Teachers’ Institute, Kaduna, Nigeria Gisele Lopes, Dean’s office, UNESC - Universidade do Extremo Sul Catarinense, Brazil Hasan Murad Chowdhury, Director Academic/Vice Principal, Chetona Model Academy, Bangladesh Henry Jones Aboagye, CEO, Palmers Green International Limited, Ghana Hesham Alhamran, Head of Marine Engineering Department, Jordan Academy for Maritime Studies (JAMS), Jordan Ibrahim Al-Mutawa, Marketing and PR Manager, Kuwait College of Science and Technology, Kuwait Ifeanyi Ochonogor, Chief Executive Officer, E-Terra Technologies Ltd, Nigeria Igor Ermolenko, Director General, International Metro Association, Russian Federation Iliya Garkov, General Manager and Vice President, Dundee Precious Metals Chelopech EAD, Bulgaria Ilya Salmanov, Representative, International Psy-Academy, Czech Republic Irena Tsakova, Director Permitting and Legal, Dundee Precious Metals Chelopech EAD, Bulgaria Ivan Savvov, Director of International Relations, EBA Conferences, UK Jaime Roy Doxsey, CEO, ESAB Escola Superior Aberta do Brasil, Brazil Dato’ Sri Dr Jessy Lai, Group CEO, MONSPACE MULTINATIONAL CORPORATION, Malaysia John Netting, Director General, Europe Business Assembly, UK Jörgen Eriksson, Founding Partner, Bearing Consulting, France Joseph Chan, CEO, AsiaPay, HK China Kanta Roy Rimi, Professor and Principal, M Abdur Rahim Medical College, Dinajpur, Bangladesh Khalid Al-Begain, President, Kuwait College of Science and Technology, Kuwait Khalil Abdulkareem N Alfraih, Director General, Al Jazeerah Engineers & Consultants, Saudi Arabia Kristina Milincic, Chief of Staff, Delta Motors - BMW Serbia, Serbia Kudakwashe Taruberekera, Founder and CEO, Craft Properties PVT LTD - Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe Kwaku Osafo, Board Chairman, Palmers Green International Limited, Ghana Kyriakos Athanasiou, Emeritus Professor, President of State Scholarship Foundation, University of Athens, Greece -6-

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SUMMIT PARTICIPANTS Laila Chiadmi, Director, Institution El Yakada, Morocco Lina Rhazi, Student, Institution El Yakada, Morocco Linda Patient, Representative, Oeiras International School, Portugal Liubov Savvova, Representative, East-Ukrainian Academy of Business, Ukraine Liudmyla Strikharchuk, Representative, International Humanitarian University, Ukraine Loubna Derkaoui, Representative, Wafa Immobilier, Morocco Luciane Ceretta, Dean, UNESC - Universidade do Extremo Sul Catarinense, Brazil Maged Hanna, Director of Sales & Marketing, Symphony Style Hotel Kuwait, Kuwait Manika Khanna, Founder, CEO & Chairperson, Gaudium IVF & Women Health PVT. LTD., India Manuel Costa, Owner, Clidopa (Angola) LDA, Angola Marcus Mawuko Adjagar, GM, First Choice Hair & Beauty, Ghana Maria da Conceição Passos Almeida da Silva, Representative, ESAB Escola Superior Aberta do Brasil, Brazil Mariam Binhashim, Mutual Services Department Manager, Sharjah Electricity & Water Authority, United Arab Emirates Marianna Dipilwane Monyadiwa Phutsisi, Principal, Motheo TVET College, South Africa Maryna Leontyeva, Specialist-Analytic of the Market Research, EBA Conferences, UK Matthew Man, President & CEO, Megasoft Limited, Hong Kong Mawusi Amenya, Representative, The Owl’s Nest International School, Ghana MD G R Jahangir, Principal, Chetona Model Academy, Bangladesh MD Iqubal Hossain, Chairman, Chetona Model Academy, Bangladesh Midhat Kabahija, CEO / Owner, OrtoSar d.o.o. Srajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Mohamed Jihed Hamdani, Chairman, Axencia Holding Ltd, Ireland Mohan Reddy, Chief Managing Partner, Nagarjuna Group of Restaurants, India Mpho Kuaho, Director, Issues PTY LTD, Botswana Mustafa Massad, President, Jordan Academy for Maritime Studies (JAMS), Jordan Nanjid Gombojav, President, Mandakh University, Mongolia Neelum Majeed, Chief Executive Officer, Courage Development Foundation, Pakistan Nigel Anthony Olin, Acting Deputy Principal, Motheo TVET College, South Africa Nour Eddine Charkani El Hassani, Chairman of the Executive Management Board, Wafa Immobilier, Morocco Oganes Barsegyan, Commercial Director, LLC Kings Water, Russian Federation Oksana Atia, Representative, Egyptian Association in Ukraine, Ukraine Paul Meyer Aboagye, General Manager, Palmers Green International Limited, Ghana Peter Ofner, CEO, Gottsegen, Hungarian Institute of Cardiology, Hungary Peter Schuler, General Manager, Symphony Style Hotel Kuwait, Kuwait Rajinder Kumar Anand, Representative, Gaudium IVF & Women Health PVT. LTD., India Rashid Alleem, Chairman, Sharjah Electricity & Water Authority, United Arab Emirates Richard Lukandwa, Doctor, Jivadhara Institute of Neuro Development and Research, India Robertas Gabulas, 1st Vice-Chairman, Commissar of 2th grade, Lieutenant-General, Head of fund Charitable Foundation ‘Crown Princess Ostrog’, Ukraine Rui Amorim, CEO, Ecopaint Corporation, Portugal Salomey Safowaa, Chief Stylist, First Choice Hair & Beauty, Ghana San Nevroz, Director, San Education Company, Ukraine Sergei A. Gutnikov, GMD, DPhil (Oxon). Expert in academia and grants, Oxford Progress., Scientist, researcher and lecturer Sergey Pozyabin, Assistant Rector for International Affairs, Moscow state academy of veterinary medicine and biotechnology named after K.I. Skryabin, Russian Federation Shahriar Hussain Chowdhury, Managing Director, North East Medical College Hospital, Bangladesh Shijie Yu, Director, Online Education Office, Tsinghua University, China Sidi Adil Alaoui, Corporate Partnership Manager, Wafa Immobilier, Morocco Simon Travers, Managing Director, Josepdam Port Services Nigeria Limited, Nigeria Sophie Kowall, Event Coordinator, EBA Conferences, UK Steve Emery, Instruments Direct Services Limited, UK Taif Alfridi, Youth Coordination Officer, Courage Development Foundation, Pakistan Teboho Michael Phutsisi, Representative, Motheo TVET College, South Africa Teboho Thulo Victor Benjamin Mohlabane, Representative, Motheo TVET College, South Africa Tetiana Kivalova, First Vice-President of the International Humanitarian University, Professor of the Department of Civil Law, National University ‘Odessa Law Academy’, Ukraine Tomasz Szczepański, Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland Tre Kuaho, Representative, Issues PTY LTD, Botswana Tyrone Pretorius, Rector and Vice-Chancellor, University of the Western Cape, South Africa Veronica Lee, Director, Megasoft Limited, Hong Kong Walid Atia, Head, Egyptian Association in Ukraine, Ukraine Yanougui Aminata Coulibaly, Deputy Director of Studies, Institution de Prévoyance Sociale Caisse Générale de Retraite des Agents de l’Etat (IPS - CGRAE), Côte d’Ivoire Yeukai Taruberekera, Operations Director, Craft Properties PVT LTD - Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe Ylli Shaqiri, CEO, CENTIMETRI and YLLIArchitects, Kosovo Zakia Benkiran, Representative, Wafa Immobilier, Morocco Prof MD Zehra Neşe Kavak, President and Rector, Istanbul Kent University, Turkey -7-

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THE OFFICIAL PARTNER MONSPACE MULTINATIONAL CORP, E-Commerce Dato’ Sri Jessy Lai, Group CEO No 2A-3, The Earth, Jalan Jalil 1, Bumi Bukit Jalil, Lebuhraya Puchong, Sg Besi, 57000 Kuala Lumpur phone: 03-80823416 e-mail: jessylai@monspacea.com www.monspacea.com Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, MONSPACE is a corporation known for its rapid yet stable growth. Since our founding in 2014, the company has expanded internationally, tapping into industries such as E-commerce, health, hospitality&tourism, F&B, real estate, beauty, and more. At the core of the monspace brand is a commitment for smart innovation and a strong sense of social responsibility. Through the development of technology and human resources, we cultivate a resilient business culture in the region, attracting investments and changing lives for the better. Working with carefully selected partners, MONSPACE will continue to explore new industries and markets, staying true to its mission to serve citizens across the globe.

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THE OFFICIAL PARTNER DUNDEE PRECIOUS METALS CHELOPECH EAD Iliya Garkov, Vice President Chelopech, 2087, Bulgaria phone: +359(0)887592729 e-mail: iliya.garkov@dundeeprecious.com www.dundeeprecious.com Dundee Precious Metals Inc. is an international gold mining company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development, mining and processing of precious metals. In Bulgaria its subsidiaries - Dundee Precious Metals Chelopech EAD and Dundee Precious Metals Krumovgrad EAD are committed to creating value to stakeholders in a safe and socially responsible manner. Being among the biggest investors in Bulgaria, Dundee Precious Metals projects – the Chelopech underground mine and the Ada tepe open pit in Krumovgrad, being the first green mine opened in the last 40 years, are based on the best available techniques and are compliant with the requirements under the EU and national laws. Innovation-driven and open to dialogue with stakeholders, the company presents the modern face of mining.

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VIP PARTICIPANTS Khalil Abdulkarim N Al Fraih Director General AL JAZEERAH ENGINEERS & CONSULTANTS Building No. 92, Ismail Al Mehd Street 4146, Jarir District Riyadh, Saudi Arabia phone: +966 11 4720170, fax: +966 11 4794255 e-mail: ruh@ajec-consulting.com www.ajec-consulting.com Education: 1. M. Sc. : Energy Management & Policy, University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia - USA (School of Art & Science) 1975/76 2. M. Sc. : System Engineering , University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia – USA, (Moor School) 1974/75 3. B. Sc. : Electrical Engineering, King Saudi University, (Previously known as Riyadh University)1969/70 4. DBA : University of Hull - UK - Faculty Of Social Scineces 15th July 1999 Courses Attended: The following courses were attended: 1. Management of the Human Resources organized by the Gulf Institute of Management in Sharjah on 15.11.1992 2. Value Analysis – Value Engineering organized by Value Analysis Incorporated USA on 19.10.1991. 3. Project Evaluation with the King Fahad University of Petroleum and Minerals on 23.02.1983 4. Problem Solving, Designing and Planning organized by the Institute of Training and Organizational Development – University of Pittsburgh on 13.09.1982 5. Negotiation skill and dealing with Consultant and Contractors on 17/9/1978 to 30/9/1978 in Grunad / Spain. 6. Project Construction Management Seminars Attended: The following Seminars organized by Institute of Public Administration were attended: 1. Time Management 2. Management under pressure of the work 3. Strategically Planning 4. Three Seminars with Institute of Public Adminstration. Professional Experience. 06-11-1970. Enrolled in the Saudi Corps of Engineers, Ministry of Defense & Aviation as an Electrical Engineer. I have been assigned as Acting Director for the Engineering Department in the absence of the Permanent Director, for several times. Certificate of the Ministry of Defence & Aviation 21-01-1974. I got scholarship sponsored by the Ministry of Defense & Aviation for a Master Degree in Engineering to the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia – USA Due to my personal keen interest I was enrolled for two major degrees. • Systems Engineering and Energy • Energy Management and Policy I have successfully completed the above mentioned two Master’s Degrees. On 1/11/1397 H. I had left the Ministry of Defence & Aviation and transfer to the Electricity Corporation. February 1977. Started my duties as Head of the Project Section in Engineering Department, Corps of Engineers. After the formation of New Ministry for Industry and Electricity my services were transferred to the new Ministry on my request (13-10-1977), where I served as an Executive Member of Electricity Corporation (which is headed by it own Governor). 22-10-1979. I was assigned as Director General for the entire Projects Department covering all Electrical Power Systems in Saudi Arabia financed by the Government 30-08-1980. I was assigned as the Director General of the Operation and Maintenance Department and was responsible for Operation and Maintenance of all Central and Rural Power Utilities controlling a staff of more then four thousand (4000) personnel. 17-08-1985. I was assigned as a Delegate Member of the Board of the Saudi Consolidated Electric Company in the Southern Region to re-form the organizational structure of the Company for a period of three years. Due to my Planning the cost of the KW/H was reduced effectively. 14-08-1988. After completion of the above task I returned to Electricity Corporation and resumed my duties as Director General of Design Department where I worked for more than one and a half-year. Then I was deputed to Planning Department to embark the twenty-five (25) years Plan for Kingdom wide demand of power up till year 2020. Due to some problem (20-041991) occurred in Operational Power Utilities in the Northern part of the Kingdom, I was requested to go back and take charge of Operation and Maintenance department as Director General and was remain there up till 1998. From 1998 at Present. At present I am running a highly reputable Engineering Consultancy Firm (AL-JAZIRAH ENGINEERS & CONSULTANTS) as Director General (Proprietor). Other Activities. During this period I was appointed as Member of the Board of Director for Jizan Electric Company for 4 years and Chairman of Arja Electric Company for 4 years. Also I was the Member of Board of Saudi Consolidated Electric Company (SCECO South) for 17 years and then I was also appointed as the Chairman of Rafha Electric Company in the Suburb. I have participated in many negotiations meeting with Contractors and was responsible as Head of many Taking over committees for numerous projects. I have signed various Constructive and Operation & Maintenance Contract with value ranging 1 to 50 million Saudi Riyals. During my service period as Director General of Operation & Maintenance department I solely issued Tens of hundred Purchase Orders for spare parts ranging between 20,000 to 15 million Saudi Riyals. I was also a member of the Saudi Chinese committee for 5 years, this committee was headed by H.E. the Minister of Finance & National Economy Mr. Mohammed Aba Al-Khail. On 11.10.1994 I was assigned as a member of a very important committee designed by H. E. Dr. Hashem Bin Abdullah Yamani, the Minister of Industry and Electricity. The main task of this committee (consisted on 7 Professors from all the Saudi Universities) was to evaluate Saudi Arabian Power Utility Sector towards Privatization. This task has been completed and a comprehensive report was submitted to the Minister. The privatization process of Power Sector of Saudi Arabia is already started in the light of aforesaid report. - 10 -

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VIP PARTICIPANTS Marianna Dipilwane Monyadiwa Phutsisi Principal MOTHEO TVET COLLEGE 9306 c/o St George and Aliwal str, Bloemfontein, South Africa phone: +27828534444 e-mail: olinn@motheotvet.co.za www.motheotvet.co.za Motheo TVET College is one of the four public TVET Colleges in the Free State, serving the Motheo and Xhariep Districts. The College comprised of three campuses, a Central office and three satellites. Central office and Bloemfontein campus are situated in the Bloemfontein Central Business District, Mangaung Metro within the Motheo district. Bloemfontein campus focus mainly in the training of Business Studies NC(V)- and Report 191 programmes. Training of disabled students (deaf, blind and physically impaired) are catered for at this campus. Hillside View campus serving Bloemanda Township which is 8 km from the Central office. The campus is more inclined towards engineering programmes, NC(V) and Report 191. Thaba’Nchu campus is in the semi rural area of Thaba’Nchu, which is approximately 70 km from Bloemfontein CBD. This campus has a programme mix of both Engineering and Business studies. In order to address the current local economic challenges such as unemployment, poverty and to address the need for upliftment, the College has established three satellites in strategically targeted areas. One in Botshabelo which is within Motheo district and two other satellites in Zastron and Koffiefontein in the Xhariep district. The college also offers a broad number of Learnerships, accredited skills programmes and a number of community directed programmes. The College serves international students from the neighbouring state of Lesotho. The leasing of the Free State Development Corporation (FDC) buildings in Thaba’Nchu for a Skills Academy in Building and Civil Construction areas as well as the building of a new Artisan Academy along OR Tambo street leading to N6 to Eastern Cape Province as well as the SEDA funded “Design and Line Manufacturing Incubator” project in St Georges Street in Bloemfontein, showcase the intention to service the community for rendering maintenance services in terms of plumbing-, electrical service and enhancing the building and construction sector. The college has fostered partnerships with a spectrum of local business, industry, government institutions, municipalities and partners who assist with skills development where accreditation is not yet in place. International partnerships include Coleg Gwent (UK), Northlink TVET College (Cape Town), WestLothian College (Scotland), Warwickshire College Group in Leamington Spa (UK). Memoranda of Agreement are entered between University of Free State and Central University of Technology, Mangaung Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Bank Seta is the Lead SETA in the College. Motheo TVET College operates closely with SETAs e.g SERVICES, AGRI SETA and MERSETA. CHIETA, CETA LGSETA, W&RSETA amongst others. Linking to the Vision of Motheo TVET College “The Gateway to Employability”, and the Mission to “Be a visionary and innovative provider of excellence, responsive to the needs of the community” the programme qualification offerings mix of Motheo TVET College is therefore addressing the economic needs of its service area and the intention is to be of more service to the industry, have closer links and producing the so much needed qualified artisans and a skilled workforce. Manika Khanna Founder, CEO & Chairperson GAUDIUM IVF AND WOMEN HEALTH PVT. LTD A - 41, Chander Nagar, Janakpuri, New Delhi - 110058 phone: +91-11-48 85 85 85 +91 98111 66645 e-mail: info@gaudiumivfcentre.com gaudiumivfcentre.com Founded by the globally acclaimed Infertility Specialist and Laparoscopic Surgeon Dr. Manika, Gaudium IVF & Gynae Solutions Centre is a leading provider of the highest quality of infertility treatment in India. In 2009, she founded and set up Gaudium IVF with meager capital from her own savings but with a vision and superlative fortitude to serve the childless couples to fulfill their dreams and today Gaudium is known name in Infertility treatments and India’s first and only Radiation-free IVF centre. Gaudium Infertility Centre was set up with a mission to provide state-of-the-art infertility treatments to child-less couples of India and around the world. Gaudium IVF has treated many patients who had lost their hopes in life. The institution serves the mankind in the right spirit and true service. Gaudium IVF was the first clinic in India who has performed record number of milestone cases in a short span of time including a case which had 15 failed IVF cycles (the highest ever reported) from different parts of the world and then successfully delivered a healthy baby by the efforts of Dr. Manika Khanna. Patients around the world from more than 30 countries have been benefited with the expertise of Dr. Manika Who is hailed as India’s most experienced infertility and IVF specialist with more than 8000 successful IVF treatments to her credit. She has won several awards and accolades owing to her exceptional skill in the field. Gaudium now has centre’s across India and also international nodal centers in 4 countries. Gaudium is the 1st Indian chain to have international centre’s making the country proud globally. Spearheaded PPF (Poor Patient Fund) at Gaudium IVF, a unique and innovative way for well- to do families to donate for the treatment of underprivileged patients. 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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS JOHN NETTING Prof., Director General, Europe Business Assembly, Oxford, UK. John Netting enjoys a rich background of experience both industrially and geographically. His career extends from high technology engineering with Rolls Royce aero engine manufacture, through to IT and applied measurement and control technologies with organizations including IBM and ICL, through to his current role within academia and management education. During his time within the industrial sector John fulfilled many senior management and chief executive roles within the USA and both East and West Europe. Within the latter role he dedicates his time to forging links between academic institutions throughout the world. CHRISTINA BRIGGS President, Global Club of Leaders, UK. Founder of a prestigious group of senior executives, called Business Alliance under auspices of Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce; CEO ‘New World Insight’, UK. Over the past 30 years Christina has strategically connected businesses internationally advising senior executives on business growth through innovation, internationalisation and now 21st century leadership and strategic connectivity. Clients have included: Shell, Microsoft, BT, Bouygues, Cisco Systems, Oracle Corporation, Cannon, IBM, Awarded Honorary President of the Global Club of Leaders for The Europe Business Assembly, in recognition of her leadership services to UK and emerging market business leaders. Working with international embassies and Chambers’ of Commerce, companies are helped to establish operations in the UK and overseas: access market intelligence; secure key personnel; market position; and connect with strategic commercial partners. She has Founded and established different kinds of platforms to collaborate and discuss many subjets between leaders as business strategy , modern agenda, global issues an mentoring programas among others. SERGEI A. GUTNIKOV MD, DPhil (Oxon). Expert in academia and grants, Oxford Progress. Lives in Oxford, UK, for the last 20 years. Graduated as a medical doctor in Russia; has worked in research since graduation; co-author of publications in the fields of experimental psychology, neuroscience, evidence-based health service in high-rank international scientific journals (The Journal of Neuroscience, Lancet and other). Currently works as a research associate at the Department of Clinical Neurology, University of Oxford. Took part as a researcher in several R&D projects and as a consultant in other projects where facilitation of interaction between the Eastern and Western European partners was needed. 2006-2009 – Scientific Officer for Life Sciences at INTAS responsible for administration of proposal evaluations and monitoring of on-going projects. Since 2007 – independent evaluator of proposals submitted within the FP7; on an occasion was selected as an “ambassador” of the primary group of evaluators to the next level (“the Panel”). - 12 -

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GUEST SPEAKERS KYRIAKOS ATHANASIOU Emeritus Professor, President of State Scholarship Foundation, Greece University of Athens/ State Scholarship Foundation Researcher at the National Hellenic Research Foundation of Greece in Environmental Genetics (1990-1996). Assistant Professor at the Medical School of Ioannina- Greece, (1997-2001). Professor of Biological and Health Education, Universities of Thessaloniki and Athens (20012014). Em. Professor, University of Athens, (2015-). President of State Scholarship Foundation of Greece since 2016. “FROM TEACHER-CENTERED TO A STUDENT-CENTERED TEACHING MODEL: CAN WE ACHIEVE? POSSIBILITIES AND PROSPECTS. DIFFICULTIES”. The purpose of the proposal is to emphasize the need for the contemporary University Teacher to be able to apply multiple teaching methods in his class.After a short reference to the history of Inquiry and Constructivist teaching models, will refer to some of the peculiarities encountered when applying student-centered teaching methods, with examples from the teaching of Science. Something, that leads to the necessity for the University Teacher to be familiar not only with the knowledge of his subject and the modern teaching developments, but with theoretical aspects of Education and Epistemology, as well. ALEXANDRA DEN HEIJER Professor of Public Real Estate, Netherlands, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) Dr. Alexandra den Heijer, MSc is full professor (chair Public Real Estate) at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). She has a background in Architecture (BSc) and Management (MSc). Her specialisation is planning, design and management of university campuses and buildings. She focuses on generating management information for (public) real estate decisions. Alexandra has always combined her career in academia with projects in (public) practice, including the Central Government Real Estate Agency and DUWO Student Housing. She leads TU Delft’s Campus Research Team – a network of PhD students, postdoc researchers and other university staff members – consisting of a core team at TU Delft and guest researchers and professors, exploring the role of European campuses (and their heritage) in cities, circular campus strategies and the use of smart tools to track people on campus. CAMPUS OF THE FUTURE - STRATEGIC CHOICES FOR UNIVERSITIES The future physical state of the campus will be a combination of: • “solid”, representing the fixed structures and (need for) territory on campus • “liquid”, representing the multipleconnectionson campusandmore(resource-efficient) shared spaces • “gas”, representing the openness of the campus and the flexibility and possibility to work and study anywhere Trends are international competition, inclusiveness, social engagement, heritage and the use of big data for smart campus tools. Urgencies are the growing scarcity of financial and energy resources as well as the responsibility that universities take for the well-being of their students and staff (“distractions as stress factors”, “silence as scarcity”). Three balances to consider for the campus: between community and solitude, between online and offline, between buzz and silence. SHIJIE YU Director of online education office, China, Tsinghua university Prof.Yu focus on the deep integration between information technology and higher education.He has long been devoted to the research of building and improving online education management system,developing MOOC resources, enriching the theory and practice of blended learning, developing smart teaching tools, applying AI and the other kinds of technology to education. He possesses a great deal of practical experience. IS ONLINE EDUCATION THE FUTURE? 1. The form of university always changed by the development of science and technology, the development of the teaching content and the knowledge carriers, and so on . Nowadays, the development of Internet and the other technologies will bring a new form of university, and online education play a very important role in it. 2. On a global scale, like everything else, educational resources sharing are becoming more and more easier based on technology. Online education become more and more popular. 3. Students are changing. They are digital natives, born and growing up in a new word, which has a different economic foundation and social foundation from the past. Internet is the part of their life. Digital lifestyle is their daily way to do everything, even when they were a little child. They like online education. 4. Traditional education has lots of problems need to be solved. At the same time , online education also has shortcomings. Blended learning is a solution. - 13 -

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EBA Business Ambassador Europe Business Assembly in conjunction with ‘EBA Global’ Loyalty Programme is proud to announce the establishment of the EBA Business Ambassador Institution which will bridge business and cultural communications. EBA Business Ambassador Institution combines international diplomacy, efficient partnership, investment and innovation solutions, education and science, culture, and art. It will facilitate the development of international projects in the national arena and territory branding and promotion globally. EBA Business Ambassadors are key business players in the given territory, a hallmark of the business elite, the personality with a flawless solid professional reputation, socially oriented business activities, and a broad international business lineage. EBA Business Ambassador Institution activities are aimed at the development of key business programmes and initiatives in the region, along with EBA education and social project operation and fulfilment. EBA Business Ambassadors and their activities are geared towards enhancing the region’s investment and partnership potential. EBA Business Ambassador Institution is your reliable coordinating partner for business initiatives and joint partnerships in the region

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EBA Business Ambassador to Malaysia Monspace Multinational Corporation Dato’ Sri Dr. Jessy Lai, Founder & Group CEO Dato’ Sri Dr. Jessy Lai, Founder & Group CEO of Monspace Multinational Corporation, is inaugurated as EBA Business Ambassador to Malaysia. The person who puts unbelievable goals and always reaches them… The leader who continues challenging the impossible, strengthening relationships, growing market share, supporting the less fortunate and deepen regional economic integration with their customers and business partners to propel Monspace forward to be a global, multinational brand recognized all over the world. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, MONSPACE is a corporation known for its rapid yet stable growth. Since our founding in 2014, the company has expanded internationally, tapping into industries such as E-commerce, health, hospitality&tourism, F&B, real estate, beauty, and more. At the core of the monspace brand is a commitment for smart innovation and a strong sense of social responsibility. Through the development of technology and human resources, we cultivate a resilient business culture in the region, attracting investments and changing lives for the better. Working with carefully selected partners, MONSPACE will continue to explore new industries and markets, staying true to its mission to serve citizens across the globe. www.monspacea.com - E-mail: hanizaharudin@gmail.com - Tel. +60175002069

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