There is an interesting talk on Najib's first 100 days. Its not free but seats are very limited. Please call to reserve your seats.
Najib’s 1st 100 Days
A Report Card by Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah
7.15pm, Friday July 10
HELP University College
Pusat Bandar Damansara, Kuala Lumpur
RM40 for members and RM50 for non-members (dinner is included).
Limited to 100 pax & registration closes Tuesday July 7
As Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak hits his 100th day in office on July 11, every Malaysian will probably judge him in one way or another. One may say he is known for “1-Malaysia, 2-Stimulus Packages and 3-Liberalisation Initiatives”. What would you write on his Report Card?
Sharing with you his Report Card on Najib is Umno veteran Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah. This nine-term Gua Musang MP and eight-year Minister of Finance has certainly seen “up close” how all Malaysian Prime Ministers worked.
The StraightTalk programme will begin with dinner at 7.15pm after which Tengku Razaleigh will take the floor followed by a question-and-answer session.
It is open to all PRCA members and non-members by invitation. Enquiries can be directed to 03-22876700 (Melissa), fax 03-22876701 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
StraightTalk is a PRCA initiative designed to inform, share, debate and challenge thought-provoking issues of interest.
The Public Relations Consultants’ Association of Malaysia (PRCA Malaysia) was formed in 1999 and is registered with the Registrar of Societies. PRCA Malaysia brings together professionals from specialist public relations and communications firms; corporate communication departments; as well as students who are dedicated towards enhancing the standards and the practice of public relations in the country. PRCA Malaysia serves as a forum for members to discuss industry-related issues, such as quality, professional development, evaluation and training. It also organises SpeakEasy and StraightTalk featuring speakers from public relations and professionals from various industries to discuss and debate topical matters of interest. SpeakEasy is designed for younger PR practitioners while StraightTalk is aimed at spurring interest in more serious matters affecting society, industry and the State.
p/s photo: Kelly Lin (who won't be attending)