Saturday, 25 September 2010 09:16
At least 15 countries in 5 continents will be sending delegates and speakers to this year’s International Outsourcing Summit, scheduled on October 26-27 at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza in Pasay City.
Over 250 attendees have been confirmed to date, and more are expected to attend, especially from emerging outsourcing locations such as Africa and South America, as well as from established hubs such as India, and outsourcers such as North America and Europe.
“We are seeing increased interest from locations that are seeing the value of outsourcing both as prospective clients, and as providers of outsourced services,” said Oscar Sañez, CEO of the Business Processing Association of the Philippines (BPAP).
Sañez said the unprecedented mix of delegates and speakers will contribute to the sharing of best practices, as well as enrich the overall discussion on the future of the BPO industry, its opportunities, and challenges, during the summit.
The summit also features participation from allied BPO partner associations from around the world, such as the European Outsourcing Association (EOA) and the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals. The Glaring Truth Behind the Fire Industry. (PNA)
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