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yeah
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e. i almost uh i feel like maybe running five days 'cause i feel like
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i've been sprinting uh that's what we call it the business pacing yourself
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yeah you run as fast as you can until you actually fall over and
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i think we'll leave that everyday um i've been told many times uh
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of the last few days that we'll be really proud that we've had such a record breaking attended this congress
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uh and i've inevitably replied that that's actually not the point
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uh ultimately is not how many people come it's hell great city is and how
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successful it is and what great outcomes are created for each person individually
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uh and i hope that you feel that that's been the focus about team
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trying to make it really special for each one of you
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um my second if your congress uh in nineteen ninety
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as young delegate in adelaide australia uh is still the very best
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a congress that high at ever tended as a delegate
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uh and to me the feeling that i had at that meeting is what i try keeping my head
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when i think about what sort of experience we want to create for you the delegates today
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uh the challenge of cool sees how why take that individual experience and get my team to understand that as well
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so we create all kinds all delicate experience profiles and charts to try and
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judge whether each thing we add is going to help create an opportunity for all
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of you to feel the way i did back in nineteen ninety if
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you wanna know about that by the way does need to buy new b. only get me started not tool for about three hours about it
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when do that now you'll be pleased in a a and very important it's yeah a big
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changes that the associations dissociation community out friends
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you run the big scientific medical trade
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um societal advancement associations to become much more a part of
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that community uh they've helped to shape the program
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uh they have contributed in all kinds of ways to the content
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uh on panels making suggestions and quite quite most ridiculous lead to me
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they even insisted on pain of refusing to come here
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unless they were given the team drink at night
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okay so we thank you want with building something for the long term
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here um i can see more more associations coming to this event
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uh we're gonna get the more more involved uh i want to thank all of the commanders who have
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three to be associations here with respect and
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as partners and friends not as clients
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uh we need to move away from the supply acolyte relationship and this congress is the
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place where we can actually move forward in create a stronger association meetings well
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uh it's been special compress for a charitable donations and c. s. r.
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a more charitable causes involved across the range but uh some
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men the driven like uh the gift of love
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oh thank you for all the donations the tool is the gives a his just a quick picture of uh some of the boxes
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uh again amazingly to me as a person who thinks the joking is a form of torture
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uh a hundred and forty of you brave to the uh the chill
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all of a a prob morning to go running for charity
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amazing the biggest uh a collaborative efforts uh that we've had a about over eleven thousand euros has been
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raised directly for a a range of what he calls is which we wish we communicated earlier
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uh we said that uh this week is about
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building bridges uh between cultures on between ideas
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uh bridges movies from ignorance to knowledge uh and i really hope that each views bill your
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own personal bridges but the bridges incomplete into you
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go home uh and you take action
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you actually change the way that you work you communicate your teams uh i
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you think about what you've done and you also make plans to invest in your own knowledge in your own advancement
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please share with your teams and very very important very practical request for what would you please
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when the questionnaire for this compress comes out uh please delete enormously fill
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it in a a with a lot of the what because
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that's the most important mass feedback mechanism that we have to try and make improvements for the future
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uh on average we get a fifty percent response rate to a
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questionnaire that takes about twenty minutes to fill improperly which is
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virtually unprecedented in our presence so let's see if we can actually be
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that percentage this time please look up that until it's in
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uh i wanted such a challenge to you might have some really amazing inspiring conversations with individuals throughout the
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last five five days sometimes later that night or should i say merely moving than is healthy
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oh and one of those conversations is all some those concessions of struck me really up forcefully um
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we have a record number here and many of them are europeans you do not go to the uh compress when it's outside europe
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uh and so i i pose this question why is it that today when
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we talk about the power of meetings and how important i ought that
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if your spending a week at a well designed meeting uh and that
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meetings where you gonna beat your suppliers your clients your potential partners
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uh where you're gonna hear solutions to the very real concrete problems you face your business
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uh and when you get inspiration for re imagining the future your business why is it
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but we still have to face the arguments that um
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we have to justify spending this week why this should if we've done now work properly
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as delegate it should be the most valuable weaken the whole year of business so let's all try and
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get those documents out the media to our bosses to us stakeholders
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so that they really understand why you give up a few days and come here this is not a holiday
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this is not just hanging around having fun we want to make it fun but it's about business
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it's about personal advancement is about understanding of the market work so please join in that
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challenge let's try and change attitudes fall why you should come to these meetings
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uh just got finished there are gonna be lots of official functions like try one
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get in the weather's but i i've got a couple person ones uh
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my team in many associations beast off open associations of that association
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uh in my uh in my experience my team i believe uh part of the meeting not serving the community
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uh and i think that uh one from job and a meter especially you is i'm bleep i
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um what's quite remarkable is that three people who would actually left take up for other jobs
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all insisted and volunteered to come over and work with us because they just
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didn't want to miss the opportunity to participate in this this congress
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i'm just blown away by that uh and to wrap up my thank you i just want to thank space my wife who
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was with me at her record first if the congress which was my second one yeah adelaide
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and that helped make that a very very special occasions i'd like very much stacy but i haven't will give
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okay it's now time fall towards uh and i'd like to invite could present in the
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present stories to join me on stage is kind of hand over the awards
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uh and uh as it comes up with those one first would which you will need to remain in your season just wave
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your arms so wildly in the air if you have one is because there is no what the prize apart from acclamation
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uh and that is the first time a group name in competition awarded
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i know that first time as you are an amazing bunch of people uh you're really fantastic we love you
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um you have embraced the spirit of this association from the word go and i want to thank you
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all for helping to make this committee really really doesn't
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work so the wouldn't wouldn't group is pragmatics
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there
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okay
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the next award next a series of was relate to an initiative uh started to uh to you know
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is is now second year the global destination sustainability index of all of the g. d. aside
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um this is no board that recognises sustainability in destinations
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related to the meetings business is focused on meetings but it compresses pommel than this
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a common either of forty switches involved in the index on five continents
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uh and we as part was that this initiative which belongs to the whole industry
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won't outgrow that to a hundred or more by twenty twenty uh so uh
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uh i would now like to uh announce these rewards
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uh the first one and that that if everybody who comes on stage to stay on stage when they've had their
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would that we have all three up for uh i thought what you see the first is the innovation award
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and this year the innovation award for great sustainability
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project goes to a button buck ha
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oh no
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yeah
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five
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the flavour of the moment okay second award is paul uh the best improved destination
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so this is the destination that is moved up the sustainability rankings the highest
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and the best improve destination twenty seventeen goes to glasgow
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so more dishes after the back there we go head
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i i
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oh oh
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and
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okay and the third what uh is is given to the destination which is
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highest ranked across all the sustainability measures um related to meetings industry
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and the top destination for meeting sustainability twenty seventeen
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goes to the city of uh gotten bug
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so thank you very much everybody
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yeah
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more flight okay
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uh
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okay so now i'm any project that started this year an incredible impacts grants
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uh this is a program started in partnership with the passages global alliance and with
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some technical support for meeting escrow look after the funds and these grounds are
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um basically given to a international associations
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uh who develop projects and programs that demonstrate what i call the beyond to resume
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impacted meetings so about knowledge sharing about empowering
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minorities transferring skills to developing countries
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helping students to really develop that type of project there are
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three rounds of seven and a half thousand us dollars
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and also the special student brands of two and a half thousand we had the
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analysis at imax last year and now we had twenty full blown proposals
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uh and uh these with fifty true of ten
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finalists with sifted through by an independent panel
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all judges drawn from the international association for music i really want to thank them for all be
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incredibly hard work of actually going through the entries but particularly still cut back to you know
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uh who came here to the congress not only to help the judging but also to help moderate
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the congress action that we developed on the back of this uh thanks very much bills
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i'm sort of the i won't say that then when it
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is these are examples of inspirational like concepts that we
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want everybody in the industry to try look out to replicate
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copy be inspired by the about the run programs
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so these three associations use programs are being boarded oh
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international society from buses inhuman slices for that will thrombosis like campaign
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work parkinson collision falwell pockets in congress and the world
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confederation for physical therapy and i'm delighted to say
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that we have two representatives from those associations here who was speaking uh during session the congress
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cut davis and tracy beret and if i'd like patton tracy to come on stage and
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while that coming on stage these ladies i'll just tell you a little bit
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it's also an i'm sorry sorry sorry sorry um it would be the congress would not be
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complete without me make you mess up at least one piece of logistics a position
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get out of a clone i call as a board member best cities
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to also join when is on stage i apologise going like that
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to have now
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before before we actually price of the file so i just need to
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explain one thing about pat davis who's a very special person here
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pass first it could compress was nineteen eighty five
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in bangkok she was one of the stalls of the yeah go in the peace yeah
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world for many many is and also what top uh organise or the world bank
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uh pat has parkinson's and not being content with simply dealing with parking
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he is now on the board of the well parkinson's compress it helps to play a major part in
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developing that programs so all of the the programs are fantastic goes the cool website look at them
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and give us an enormous round of applause for the first time we have our association partners on stage we recognise factor
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oh
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oh okay now we move on to uh what i know everybody's be looking forward to the best marketing board
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and i i would void totally embarrassing myself as usual but last baby chapel from the meeting show
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as the main spot at the sponsor this would come on join needed to present this
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and i will uh that is the finest um i
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uh there's an amazing a group of uh organisations
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that were were competing here licensee sydney
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flanders meeting convention centre and work and shop logic um
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and all fantastic very different programs i know you must've had
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a difficult time it worked yeah who the winners
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were before we do that i just wanna pay tribute to the team of best marketing award um
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a cost when is to comprise the panel of judges and
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the inimitable irrepressible and sadly no longer here at
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the like in the you had to rush off to catch a flight back home who does that
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but um believable job of bringing this together like you live in the plenary sessions
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that we have a big round of applause for the judges will that for
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and i'm wondering whether we do we have to short listed a chance that's up
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on the next slide or be straight with no okay no more to
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i've done enough that logistics which died uh you want to know just one thing that
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you are the winner of the twenty seventeen it could best marketing what it's
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flanders by half
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oh
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i
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oh
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but thank you to all the file as per mike you is such a great highlight isn't like on a rich
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will highlight the congress no one else does anything quite like that so now a new in another new initiative
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uh and for this one i'd like to ask representative uh agnes like a
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line from the the sponsors meets high want to come up with
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uh come up come up a please address thank you uh this is called the future belongs to us
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um use you might notice it in the program notes i know that the session room was pretty full
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um it's typical that when an organisation wants to run programs and education for young
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people that normally hire a bunch of grey haired old people like me
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to design it so we thought that this year we do something slightly different in that she asked the people who
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well that's the programs aimed at to come up with it so we ran a competition
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asking a young people at the single people all pairs of
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people to design a session the content the format
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also the speakers what sort of cool tech but they still would
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really appeal to millennial delegates okay we gave them training
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with pitch experts on how you do that pitching and they
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literally just ran a session before the closing plenary
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so i actually don't know who the winner is at the moment but when uh we'll get
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free registration to you could congress in dubai and we would
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give them a budget of two thousand euros on
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top of everything else we know we provide the sessions
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in order to uh in order to let them
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three i get that reality that they would pitching today so
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no pressure tool that uh so from the right uh_huh
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got through the final and pitch to that is if we have
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a winner and that when it is sue wagner how
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could i ask you to come up or say graduated and pose for a photo
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ha so
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i
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so that like jen that's that's the last of rewards and i'm not
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gonna hand over to uh present innovation for tories to conclude
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the rest the closing session that's all for me thank you so much for being a wonderful proud people love you will
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a good morning ladies and gentleman that face i think i really knocks you properly acknowledge assay a
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nice and stacy and satellite that you are here with us this morning i did see you
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and they you either ya stacy say we all know behind any
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good man or woman there's a park and that supports then
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and so that's wonderful so please join me in thanking knots and stacy for nine not seem
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to be with a cat and pontificate cat i am always the supports income at night
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so and has the president it seems that i gave all the hard job
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some awesome this morning and i keep the nice ones for myself
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but i didn't t. write the scripts i thank you nice and i get to do all the please and thank you use this morning
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i am face i'd like to thank our global business park uh_huh cats
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applications annex group reads travel exhibitions i. b. t. in advance
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and he snatches thank you for your longstanding strategic suppose for
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a cat and for our congress i don't thank you
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i thank you all such a very long list of our
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local and international sponsors you have contributed this year
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and hope that you all gained great benefit from your partnership with a cat and that this will
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encourage you to work more closely with us again in the future and yeah it's it can
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i'd also like to pay tribute to all the speakers discussion he does this annotate
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as panelists and the added such value to the content of this con grace
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thank you it can name doesn't thank you association executive friends for you expected
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lines and for shaving go knowledge and insights with that's the conference
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so as we all now they always a whole lot of dynamics and a lot of groups of people
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that have to come together to ensure that there's a successful conference at the end of the day
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and the first group that we would like to acknowledge this morning it's non local house committee
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this is being late to pass on g. even run on and we'd like to ask thing to please come on stage
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but not any would be nights and time and it would
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also nineteen to bring then time local house committee
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and and all the representatives from the thingy that are able to join
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because of anyone's cooking on lines of getting the wine on
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ice we wouldn't want to track that in a new way will follow and but if they'll wait isn't cooks this staff
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and there's colleges i gang idols and times the blue shades
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is still i don't know how well can i
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ah
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it seems not complete because we've got to shave speed gots the
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technicians we've got a call highest we've got ah yes
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that we need a combination we need the scene in gauge the panties
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shame what it is that you on main does want it
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and make lots and non magnetic on the technical can we
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get seen on stage is well pleased to recognise
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these digits should look at these beautiful people that made it work at the end of the day thank you to
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each and everyone every that before you run away run mine has asked that he says if you would be
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i would be very short since everybody's hungry and the good
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lands sponsored by the by the waiting for us
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let's sings the moment we left could saying we have only one thing in mind become
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so it would have not been possible before without the help of easy the
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mainly roman will say a few words i'm roman way he's roman
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these ladies caught we kayla and lucy because they also for conic up
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and in our team especially today's i'm blank um and i thank you for being yeah
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hope to see you again and i'm sure we'll meet so thank you so much
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good afternoon everybody i will make my speech very short i would like to first of all thank all
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of you for coming to prague oh you enjoy it anybody got you inspired at least i will
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and my present thank goes to my team as well and i would like to
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now think personally three ladies with out then we couldn't make it
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happened so first of all i would like to ask lanka
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so you so are all the time here running around the country centre
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and the the next thanks goes to be carol or who was responsible for all the volunteers and students you
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could see a you're into base uh although to decompress enter so thank you make you know uh
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and last but not least the uh
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most important for me and the one you couldn't see because she was all the time in the backstage and
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it was i who run the show from the backstage michael to to see the big plus her
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oh
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thank you very much to the lack of size limit see all the support scene
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and also from my side i get seen nick you need shape
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i i'm not since leader said and with s. s. stands another anti trust after
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regional directors thank you for making a such a wonderful memorable conference thank you
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oh
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well start seem nice the stage i haven't had the and the
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place and announcement or introduction to make ladies and gentlemen
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at the general assembly on sunday it seems like a man's the guide and if you also feel like that
00:31:33
and that i was delighted c. announced at the selection of a couple of the new on remain that
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and he's such a great champion and we did indicate that time that we
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that invites in on stage today just say a few words to
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you instead gives me great pleasure to ask with the deck else sing
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and he's a trace that on new henri it can and that
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hello become friends colleagues fantastic to be
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and the good thing is that i now have twenty minutes to talk records
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the session only twelve and one o'clock and i'm the last item on the program so
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when i told me you're only seven minutes no no not get so correct
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i'm going to share with your some of my experiences of the past thirty years
00:32:40
uh uh and i'm going to share some thoughts that i have about the it was the large maybe for years to come
00:32:48
and um i think that i should start with a saying some things because
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it is fantastic i don't know what happened i don't know what i've done to ruin this recognition
00:33:01
it is a fantastic recognition it's the best that you can do for it i think
00:33:06
and i should get the more schuster word and that meant what i room and
00:33:10
they bloom started with it or nineteen eighty seven and opens the shame
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you but i've started so they is that anytime you want to shop awards
00:33:18
we can talk about that's uh but congratulations with the fantastic whatever
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and i'm very happy of course with this or not every membership records at the end of your career
00:33:31
and i think it's more or less than of market here i don't draw a line
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then uh then think of us maybe you you plan to
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stay home now and not complete acquaintances and what
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um but maybe that's not such a good idea to become one i remember you don't have to pay any more to participate
00:33:49
technical conference and and i bought shares fine nationality my passport
00:33:53
so ah promise of the archdiocese something for free or
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difficult to say no i'm i'm dutch but i'm a ever come by george because a quarter of my
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life now i live in a few so i want to thank the people that make it possible
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to get this what it's first of course the board of directors of of the car
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the and the critical people monks you will say you are getting bribed them
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which is partly true yeah because one member of the of the board committee in two thousand one
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and two thousand to have to find a such as uh for come holding a c. o.
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and we found marking should show he definitely had no objections against me
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uh becoming on every now and then in two thousand six each
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i i'm convinced me now to become become and they had no african piece yours
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the as members of it and you know this is something few solos heritage
00:35:00
by the way when you can hold the speaker conferences than that dick ideas become a sort
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of knew something of the you you know you have before christ and after class
00:35:11
so you have also before about looking after our thirteenth before before
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six which means before nina and after two thousand six um
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and anything people who has a kind of a difference of opinion with
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one of the biggest often was that the you talking about when the berlin wall so
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and uh and she possible things that was in nineteen ninety and i knew that happens when we had our confronting
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title which i know was nineteen eighty nine so i want that it they shouldn't you cut down here
00:35:47
anyway i'd i think the what of of the wreckage itself thirty thirty much for this moment
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i really appreciate it although i still don't know exactly what i also want to thank
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the the right open to them i think that although by the person that it's on at the moment but
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i joined ally in nineteen eighty nineteen eighty seven and became responsible for the light conditions and
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so on and in hospice your department and that was my first uh my first thirty
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uh and and that i always supported the current over since it's not i spent a lot of time
00:36:22
well on the cash for babies or some some function um i want to think the
00:36:27
size of the tourism and the national convention though because the last couple of years
00:36:32
as a member of the marketing advisory board i could continue to tend to ignore conferences
00:36:38
after my uh at the time and from the right group can can become
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and i also martin one to think my wife was this the day of thinking welsh uh yeah
00:36:51
because i mean yeah the to to the half of twenty ten set medic if
00:36:57
you're not going to thing behind it that i'm using capetown that's horrible
00:37:01
and she forceful has come to be the case so she should no no no you must continue to go to the current
00:37:08
just continue to do you cover up if you can and and work in confronting should so
00:37:12
i have decided that i yeah it was gone to work study show should your coffee
00:37:18
and i was going to play a little bit more golf from twenty ten
00:37:22
minutes and that's now seven years ago and both have not happened
00:37:26
yet and that's tangible and yeah i think so overview for thank you
00:37:29
for that maybe next year prof in think includes markov capacity with
00:37:36
uh it's interesting to see how we can just go in the room with the we had two hundred and fifty dollar
00:37:42
gift i think maybe to ring that even the on that conference in the capital region in nineteen eighty seven
00:37:50
and that number increase over the years and now over thirteen and
00:37:54
that is that this spectacular sake it requires of course
00:37:58
also new initiatives to get the maximum article was that first
00:38:02
movement with the things we were sitting around the table
00:38:06
with forty people maybe uh over in the in the category of the news
00:38:11
i begin to use its order to each other little simple you
00:38:14
you knew everybody and um well a couple of years later
00:38:20
and it became yeah good cheer of to get it even
00:38:23
use and consequently also board member of of the time
00:38:28
um the number had increased to maybe on that so and and
00:38:33
they're still the whole friends and you you ever worry personally
00:38:38
actually i'm nice and ignored um when did you get congress to placing capetown in two thousand
00:38:43
four i just had stepped down from the position as the chair of the category
00:38:50
then he had he had taken over the having new my with which
00:38:54
i have a little bit notification of uh having a sweet tooth
00:39:00
uh so bad that went on holding forgot to buy chocolates and biscuits for what meeting
00:39:08
i left a meeting and went out to buy the muscles it's all been on call at a board meeting
00:39:14
but when the typical which started in uh in capetown levy harry
00:39:19
had sent execute you know i wanted that remembers and said
00:39:24
come to visit working captain he take all your local this gets to get on with give that to do
00:39:30
so it's fun to see i got fifty or sixty because of this this and that whole yeah i enjoyed biscuits from all over the whole
00:39:37
those are the nice things that do commonsense but now i was here in the venue that even
00:39:42
on sunday and the two hundred and fifty thing you representatives at least in that room
00:39:48
and maybe i was born to really because imagine two hundred and fifty but that's of
00:39:51
this gets that would have been that would've been a lot nicer is there
00:39:58
my my but the reason i can i can think of why
00:40:04
i have received this contest with the word of this
00:40:09
after long thinking with i've done all the things that all of you do but one
00:40:13
thing i think i'm the only one the only one in this audience that often
00:40:18
and that is i've been chairman of the house committee of into all this
00:40:23
twice and nobody he he yeah we were lucky enough to house without congress
00:40:30
they are have been a prosecution must be made absolutely
00:40:35
no abuse of the people um the yeah
00:40:40
i have determined to commemorate the seventeen i immediately became share of the novels committee and this is
00:40:47
what a little to do with the the the thirties told us we wanted them to them
00:40:51
and it worked those pictures and which which which is that i thought that i
00:40:57
was appointed as managing director of the taped on the new peyton convention centre
00:41:03
and then to capetown and and some of my first meeting and as you can with the
00:41:08
yeah i thought yeah this is not going to that so few people was a publishing company
00:41:13
and with four people around the table that was the effect that committee of that
00:41:17
um now the out of useful so so we've made some progress
00:41:22
um can be much better but we should have wanted data
00:41:26
conversion captain because uh looms from them some experience
00:41:29
with the hosting the congressman's then you're on the map than people know about hip hop about two
00:41:34
the interesting to uh to do that so i'm almost all the fourth in
00:41:38
a thin it yeah i made a lot of people become member
00:41:42
and uh together we didn't problem of sponsoring and up
00:41:46
to today everything checked to see still benefiting
00:41:50
from the prophets that we made in two thousand for example if they have an education fund and i
00:41:56
still use that maybe cutting people's fantastic so depend on the map in two thousand and four
00:42:04
and there i was in the meantime most of the board member of the
00:42:09
current anymore the so far more start talking now about what data more
00:42:13
his name's for me and for the companies that were to um i think the she cut off being of
00:42:23
yep that engine output part of it that is what you put into it
00:42:28
uh i always have believed that they had maybe too many trade organisations and
00:42:34
the in our industry and i said to my production them so the motion that captain
00:42:41
the it's not a good idea if you shut yourself saying if you want
00:42:46
to be active in all these organisations you must make a change them
00:42:50
uh we did it again she then the according to the movie another coded was active in m. p. r. a.
00:42:58
another quality activity that i apple and i choose eating when i don't think
00:43:02
that that little speaker has been very very good for me very very
00:43:06
good for them summarise what would make sense to most with that five
00:43:10
minutes of i've used and for the should yes she did so
00:43:15
and and i think that that's suggested the to the to on
00:43:21
your input does not come quickly and automatically you have
00:43:25
to build it up and it takes some time last will take thirty years you can do the bit nicer stop
00:43:39
oh
00:43:41
so so you must give us an exact time uh and and how do you do that was a bit overwhelming
00:43:48
but actually not because believe if you if you think that the the few sitting
00:43:53
here in this audience that at least your neighbour right or your neighbour left
00:43:58
this the first time at indy it's it's more than three hundred and fifty the new people in the room and that
00:44:05
really makes it necessary to make an effort to get to know each other and what helped me thirty much this
00:44:12
not shying away from tasks that are out there for them to
00:44:15
you to become a member of working group should start start
00:44:19
with the simple things don't to me the big things and but in the categories and using also insist i hear
00:44:26
uh depression chip people talking about the situation in the but talking about other before you don't know
00:44:32
and i believe that nobody's from creating it and company for good show marks to do that
00:44:38
you don't want to be the to have the captivity automatically the volunteer for committee the
00:44:44
jane just looking for people that that uh helping with that the venue comparisons that
00:44:51
uh and i was involved with that and it is to hold it in your pricing comparison
00:44:57
but that's pollution come to them also not recorded differently yeah and uh but it is
00:45:02
very interesting work to to work and also for them to spruce do that
00:45:07
and and talk about for movies and i move a little bit to what's
00:45:11
possible hard in our with bush ominous with them as i told you
00:45:16
um first of all you all come into the thick of some because of affluent enough at the meeting on uh on
00:45:22
sunday that jessica's bidding again forty to twenty twenty two or so therefore don't if it got yeah yeah yeah yeah
00:45:34
um yeah
00:45:35
because that's such a beautiful continent but we have a few few problem should i should
00:45:40
two thousand six is to just a huge uh that uh nina came on board
00:45:46
the nineteen eighty nine year of government told i hope to
00:45:49
this conference will be remembered value as the you don't
00:45:53
move gravest of the i'm i'm i'm sure but for
00:45:56
some overview as far as i'm concerned possible thing
00:46:00
i'm kind of all happened today or is happening as we speak you there now
00:46:06
forming fish necessary for efficient one of those projects that i heard about this week and i would like to embrace the project
00:46:13
is the project too good to go if one of the two trade
00:46:17
associations that is present to your approach liquor and said now listen
00:46:23
we can do better than we do at the moment with powerful for sure push one foot
00:46:28
by the way are also would like to to complement the local
00:46:32
organisation that question plastic and particular fruit beverage i figure i've
00:46:36
never heard such good foot and efforts to your because all the great big mama's too but but it is uh
00:46:44
but that is um a lot of food left over in the kitchen and out to the kitchen and
00:46:48
what do you do with another venue managers of amongst us know what what the problem is
00:46:53
then i was managing the local merchant if the the the shape which foot bends
00:47:00
to the far much fish football pitch at least it was better than nothing
00:47:05
uh and then the european community so that no no no no that's not correct anymore you can't
00:47:11
do this whole sufficient you have to distill it so we started to the story foot
00:47:16
and then you live in which aims to them the you can maybe have peace with that but of
00:47:21
course you cannot have peace with that when you live in the future so when i moved to
00:47:24
kate only two thousand one of the shuttle happy that there was an organisation captain cold
00:47:29
news when we moved and they collected from the whole tailspin
00:47:34
from the convention centre a good in the morning
00:47:37
the fruit that had not left the kitchen that that was the condition the multi thirteen and the
00:47:43
distributed that much charities of homeless people another show much better than this one foot and you
00:47:49
and now this organisation does everything comes to the to assist continually few what is happening with tools
00:47:56
auntie create a little bit of of working group of the can you
00:48:00
make the logistics of fortune five maybe better maybe share our knowledge
00:48:06
collaborative professionalism maybe share knowledge and um we make
00:48:12
the the the logistics of food distribution like the
00:48:16
automobile industry we make sure that uh
00:48:20
that the fruit is just in time at the right place not too much not little just
00:48:24
in time this enough and then maybe we can do better things with the surplus of
00:48:30
and another thing but we could do is maybe approach as like
00:48:33
a european community and community and say this rule of
00:48:37
or for for that account redistribute ship the fruit that's inaccessible
00:48:42
that that is all that should change with that
00:48:44
modern technology to preserve for that that should be able to change very much would've made this one one more one more
00:48:53
so i'm asking for volunteers across the categories compressed through the space flight from
00:49:01
oh i know one last thing that's close to my heart that's the chef directorship
00:49:06
change and it also has to do with africa place can talk about it
00:49:24
thank you for an difficult that's got so much passion i think we're not gonna get rid of the iranian because there's a
00:49:31
really fantastic projects i don't think today we have enough time
00:49:35
for that but i really and supports and endorse that
00:49:38
and really at c. d.'s that i got away with my chocolates not sell gave me last
00:49:43
night intact away from to excite dick thank you we can i switch yonder rename that
00:49:48
i and for those weird sat and sun at things to think about and some projects you work is not done
00:49:54
so the script say so it to extend some of my time banana now it because he's
00:49:58
a d. f. range but it seems that i'm supposed to do some closing remarks and
00:50:03
i wanted to just give you an leave us on a and
00:50:06
thoughts before why handed over to team added by and
00:50:11
and upon reflection thinking of this congress uh not time to get it for me
00:50:15
it really started when we had our board meeting on friday and saturday
00:50:20
and for those of you that now we have to start a days of meetings and we've asked if we just have some
00:50:25
actual lights in the room enough space for all of us to
00:50:28
to feel and comfortable and and not confine fifty days
00:50:32
and and this time we decided that in state i'm assisting in the boardroom
00:50:37
style seating that we we got him a chase around into a circle
00:50:41
to laugh applies engagements and fruitful discussions of you re insanity
00:50:46
changing the way we we think and do things
00:50:49
and i think some of that would mean is called the circle of life all the circular to ask
00:50:54
and and i just thought that that's not just quite appropriate with
00:50:57
some and closing remarks because it's any thinness sons advance circles
00:51:02
the bed planning and hosting it between the savings in congress even prong sickle is almost complete
00:51:09
and it's something in new sickle look on janey towards define congress in twenty eighteen
00:51:15
on sunday the tactic orchestra perform the song but the boss on the bass i don't know if it was the
00:51:21
boss and asked the cost of the past but i just wanted to bonds was fan and ah nice uninspiring
00:51:28
nine lasting impression was of began man smiling having to be
00:51:32
assisted back into is we'll chase you need this stage
00:51:36
and i'm standing up you was the recognition from you ah it can mean the it's
00:51:41
that really just stayed with me and and and then my shaving yesterday he was just
00:51:45
ate yesterday morning sort of my just challenging statement and say we will he yeah
00:51:50
that have we chosen to listen so as we received an r. j.
00:51:55
any within our business circles intending to teach at this tickles
00:51:59
nice to name the to be grateful for the wonderful opportunities that we all exposed
00:52:05
a house good house that we have our friends and our friendships that we have here
00:52:11
within it can outside of a cat and then a very precious gifts of nine
00:52:17
all the president is that the base marketing of wood he's to dan in different ways showed ass
00:52:22
how we can make a difference let us individually affecting communities that we
00:52:27
serve with the environments all uplifting people with the final fan mascots
00:52:33
and making nice small changes and ask circles as such a ripple effect on
00:52:38
other circles around us thinking can bring about such positive change in height
00:52:44
say like if rains please make the circle began
00:52:47
ah classical began like you i'm circle began
00:52:50
don't be afraid to shane on on it's on n. t. s. c. d.
00:52:54
days and find new friends of people that could be main base
00:52:58
shay ideas and opportunities and bring them in to use are cool
00:53:03
embrace life appreciate there's little things that you may have an nice
00:53:09
double b. heinz to yourselves and one and not than
00:53:13
no one when i say that is complete without
00:53:16
the fleas stops and interactions along the way
00:53:19
and friends and family making all the with one on the meeting and i'd
00:53:23
like to raise an english and also on behalf of mottled colleagues
00:53:27
it's safe to enhance your families and friends and i wish and
00:53:32
pray pass new again and it kinda commonplace in twenty eighteen
00:53:37
so i'm going to say good time and hand i have that i think
00:53:40
you had to buy seemed calm grace twenty eight seem i thank you
00:54:36
you know
00:54:45
no
00:54:58
no
00:55:00
okay
00:55:04
or
00:55:14
hi
00:55:15
ladies and gentleman eureka friends so normally come and good afternoon
00:55:21
device incredibly proud to be hosting next yes you could congress you'll be
00:55:25
the first time the congress is taking place in the gulf region
00:55:30
so we want to take this opportunity to explain to you why you should join us next yeah
00:55:35
and i also want to share the amazing story of the evolution of the c. d. i call
00:55:41
over a very short time to buy has emerged as a global peace this
00:55:45
in chapel hot and the connecting point between the economies of the world
00:55:50
a major reason for that has been our strategic location between east and west and
00:55:55
with emirates airlines leading the way in bringing this is just a city
00:56:00
a third of the world's population is within a four hour flight and two thirds i within eight hours
00:56:07
the by now ranks as the fourth most visited city in the world and is focused on
00:56:11
enhancing its work last infrastructure to accommodate our expected
00:56:16
twenty million annual visitors at twenty twenty
00:56:19
importantly the u. i. e. u. e. still young nation which will
00:56:23
celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of its founding in twenty twenty one
00:56:28
it's rank at the second safest country in the world according to the world economic forum
00:56:34
those of you had the opportunity to visit to buy you've already
00:56:38
would've noticed that it's a city that thrives on exceeding expectations
00:56:44
are not inspired leadership over the last few decades carried on to
00:56:48
this day by his highness take mohammad be rational much room
00:56:52
the vice president and the prime minister the you way and the rule of to buy
00:56:56
the city has transformed itself from a small are cropping way a shell just make from a raspy
00:57:03
all palm leaves once lined the peaches that uh now home to work last resorts and hotels
00:57:11
pearl diving and fishery has been replaced by industry and entrepreneurship
00:57:16
and over two hundred nationalities and now represented into buys population
00:57:21
or playing a vital role in our continued pro growth story
00:57:27
all of this has been achieved while maintaining the rich culture and the traditions up a
00:57:33
warm friendly and genuine people that i've made to buy their home for generations
00:57:40
you experience it next year but i think we can give you a flavour today right here in prague
00:57:48
one of our most famous traditions is i gotta dancing is a traditional
00:57:52
interactive thought bands that we hold very dear to our hearts
00:57:56
some thrilled that we would be able to bring out the group especially for you just celebrate
00:58:01
the two thousand seventeen congress in prague and look forward to to buy in twenty eighty
00:58:10
yeah
01:02:11
ah
01:02:49
hi
01:03:00
that's what the user but i hope you saw me dancing
01:03:06
well that first of all thank you the weapon here from the by for that fantastic i had a
01:03:10
performance and uh congratulations to the team here in a
01:03:13
product for this incredible congress to put together
01:03:17
uh our i tell you about the vision that we share for the boy and how
01:03:21
we are building a vibrant knowledge based economy that is focused on the future
01:03:29
the bar embrace the opportunity to transition to a knowledge economy as early as
01:03:34
in nineteen eighties today the u. e. innovation started the aim is
01:03:38
to make the country one of the world's most innovative and we are
01:03:42
investing heavily across key sectors such as health care technology renewable energy
01:03:50
sustainable transport education watering space
01:03:55
influenced by the c. p. u. e. vision twenty twenty one the white continues
01:03:59
to enhance its status as a knowledge economy and a pioneer in innovation
01:04:05
our smart devoid initiative aims to make to buy the happiest city on earth by
01:04:11
working with private and government entities or innovative program to drive global competitiveness
01:04:19
and about future foundation a platform which urges us to see the future create the future
01:04:25
is spearheading a range of innovative strategy that will transform the future of the city
01:04:31
among them is the ten x. initiative which aims to to make the by the
01:04:36
world's largest laboratory for future government experiences through
01:04:41
out of the box disruptive approaches
01:04:46
of course innovation would also shape quite physically a strategy is already in
01:04:50
place with the goal of ensuring twenty five percent of buildings
01:04:54
would be constructed using three d. printing by the year twenty twenty five
01:05:00
and by twenty thirty twenty five percent of city transportation would be a tardiness
01:05:07
as the city and its infrastructure continues to evolve would embrace things is that ability
01:05:12
and are working toward a goal of ensuring seventy five percent of device power outcome
01:05:19
it's from clean forces by twenty fifty and of course our
01:05:23
focus on the future would all to see the emirates
01:05:27
morse mission the first ever adaptation to another planet sending a
01:05:32
probe to or but more than twenty twenty one
01:05:35
um why twenty one seventeen there would be presence of u. m. oddities
01:05:40
on the planet mars i applied but base it on to me
01:05:47
and of course there's actually twenty twenty two by an event that will truly put the global spotlight on the boy and
01:05:53
become a driving force behind new developments and future innovation whether
01:05:58
it's the aim of connecting buying a creating the future
01:06:03
as you intended to wash it says the race for accidents has no
01:06:07
finish line in that that it as the white continues its journey
01:06:12
and embraces innovation we hope you could all join
01:06:15
us next year integration thank you how
01:06:25
as we know way for this exciting new where are meetings and conferences play a
01:06:29
huge role in defining our ability to transform economies and societies in our region
01:06:35
they have a gives me great pleasure to see the partnership between the care and members from
01:06:39
to bind the middle east result in the city hosting the next week or congress
01:06:44
to give you a taste of two by we're thrilled to be hosting the launch you're about to have
01:06:49
shapes from the city of work with the team here to ensure features some publishers i read arabic dishes
01:06:56
before we let you make your way to launch we have one last surprise for you
01:07:02
as i mentioned earlier emirates play a crucial role in connecting to buy with the rest of the world
01:07:09
and we're delighted that they would be offering a very special
01:07:12
unattractive discount when you travel to do by next year
01:07:17
much more details about this would be waiting when you get to go lines table
01:07:22
and in addition m. s. would be sponsoring a ticket to that same you care chapters so each
01:07:29
chapter kind of a free travel to young men but silent to next e. s. congress
01:07:44
finally congratulations to that scene here in prague for the fantastic congress they put on
01:07:50
we have enjoyed every moment of it and the pa has been set for us into by
01:07:56
the bite seen one down here on stage is already working hard at making preparations
01:08:01
for next year and showcasing the very best our city has to offer
01:08:06
we're committed to making sure you experience the warm hospitality of the inner article sure that
01:08:12
represents the heart of what to buy you wally and the wider region stands for
01:08:17
so on behalf of two by thank you enjoy launch have a safe
01:08:20
journey home we look forward to welcoming you next yeah thank you
01:08:29
uh_huh
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hum
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