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AIESEC Alumni Associations in International Level


What is AIESEC? AIESEC is the international platform for young people to discover and develop their potential via an international platform of opportunities that provides leadership opportunities, work abroad opportunities, conferences, and virtual tools to build networks. AIESEC is a global organization created, operated and led by students and new bachelors to develop leadership experiences. Our main activity is to connect with universities, organizations and corporations so every year, thousands of Young gp people p g go on p professional and social development p internships abroad. We seek to increase youngsters ambition by developing a global perspective and practical tools to create changing agents that have a positive impact in society. AIESEC in numbers: • 124 countries and territories p • 65 yyears of experience • 1,000,000 ALUMNI • 2,400 universities


What is AIESEC Alumni? AIESEC Alumni is the platform for AIESEC graduates to achieve their potential on an international level. Through its memberships, the association will continue to promote international and cross-cultural understanding in line with the founding principles of AIESEC understanding, AIESEC, for the professional and personal development of its members and the good of society. AIESEC Alumni creates personal networks, foster international and intercultural communication and cooperation, and collect and disseminate news and information about local, national and international activities carried by AIESEC alumni. alumni We hold international meetings, exchange information and ideas, and carry out larger projects organizing alumni from all over the world. We generate international educational, business and service opportunities at AIESEC plays l within ithi society i t th through h an alumni l ib body. d


AIESEC Alumni International reguler/annual events AAIC (AIESEC Alumni International Congress) AAAPC (Asia Pacific AIESEC Alumni Congress) ISUM (International Startups Meeting) ILC (International Leadership Congress) Y2B (Youth to Business Forum) BF ((Business Forum)) BT (Business Trip) GV ((Global Village) g )


What is AAIC? AIESEC Alumni International Congress will be another milestone event in AAI’s history featuring updates on its Transformation project, implementation of AAI’s gamechanging h i iintegrated t t d organization i ti and d th the Al AlumNet N t platform, l tf and the election of AAI’s next Executive Board. AAI as AIESEC’s AIESEC s official global alumni association association, and working in close cooperation with AIESEC, we bring together AIESEC alumni into a lifelong commitment to continuous personal and professional growth and action action. To support alumni, we create personal networks, foster international and intercultural communication and cooperation, and collect and disseminate news and information about local, national and international activities carried by AIESEC alumni.


What is AAAPC It's an regional platform where the Asia Pacific Alumni Network can discuss and set up planning strategies. This congress joints Regional Alumni, with the aim of discussing strategies, sharing ideas and legislate internal affairs as well as electing the new executive board. Our two main goals are: • To align the regional and national visions. • To promote the creation and strengthening of the regional and national Alumni Associations all over the world.


What is ISUM The International Start-Ups Meeting (ISUM) is a signature program by AIESEC Alumni International (AAI). A startup is considered to be the early state in the life cycle of an enterprise where the entrepreneur moves from the idea stage to securing financing, laying down the basis structure of the business, and i i i i operations initiating i off trading. di Conferences and Panels will be held on matters as: What does it take to be an Entrepreneur, Business Modelling, Strategy, Innovation, Business Planning, Pit hi among others. Pitching th Al Also, th the St Start-Ups t U will ill h hold ld a pitch it h ffor a jjury off advisors and investors and the selected ones will have the opportunity to present the project in 10 minutes and hold a Q&A session for 5 minutes. The best projects will be selected and the winners will receive a prize. ISUM is created to know the best practices on how to develop a business plan and a Pitch, to promote venture capital investment and to develop feasible projects portfolios as well as to generate high impact enterprises and contribute to the national and international entrepreneur environment environment.


What is ILC? International Leadership Conference joins more than 300 young people AIESEC Alumni to share ideas on sustainable development, leadership, organizational culture and current world issues but specially to create working strategies to solve those issues and, at the same time, keep AIESEC's growth and dd development. l Within 7 days, several conferences and workshops will address issues such as youth problems, leadership, world problems and its solutions, local committees' sharing, h i success cases and d experiences i tto iimprove results. lt All off thi this under d an international environment surrounded by accents and sensations from all over the world that ease young people's development. This will also be a great opportunity for entrepreneurs and corporations to gain access to AIESEC's young talent and a position in talented AIESECer's AIESECer s radar. radar These events will allow attendees to experience an international opportunity to work, meet and share other points of view based on different realities young people face every day day. Currently, Currently young people demand a wider and more international view to develop leadership skills and comprehensive education, in this way they can adapt more easily to modern world conditions, propose and act, increasing global network and creating a positive impact in society.


What is Y2B? Youth to Business Forum is a leadership event that includes 3 important sectors: education authorities and members, b b business i men & women and d young ttalent. l t During the event young leaders will connect with business and social leaders to generate a positive impact. The main issues to be addressed are: sustainable leadership, p entrepreneurship p p and innovation.


What is BF? The "Business Forum" objective is to showcase a strategic partner to entrepreneurs and businessmen from around the world Participants will learn "How world. How to do Business in Indonesia", not only by official macro and micro economical data, but also by sharing different experiences of government officers, international companies leaders, as well as national and international Chambers of Commerce. We will have discussions about specific economical areas areas, such as energy, construction, telecommunications, information technology & communications, tourism and logistics


What is BT? Business Trip aims to promote Indonesia as an excellent opportunity to partner with. AIESEC Alumni leaders and entrepreneurs from all over the world are invited to visit the H t off Indonesia: Heart I d i - Jakarta - Surabaya - Medan - Batam - Bandung We´ll visit Indonesia’s most dynamic and modern industrial areas, where Indonesia business opportunities was born. The main purpose is to identify business opportunities and create alliances.


What is Global Village? This event is an international sharing experience where cultural diversity and knowledge will flood the environment through fairs, typical dances, food, and costumes, along with stories and cultural shows bringing a space for international sharing and understanding. Global Village is an open-to-public fair where every country will provide id samples l off their th i culture lt such h as: musical i l and d theater th t presentations, conferences with international view supported by local and international facilitators, all in the same place at the same time. With this event we present the world through another perspective, culture and horizon. In this sense, Global Village seeks to create conscience on the importance of keeping and supporting national culture


Number of Member Committee s:  1948 –– 2010 1948  2000-2011 1990-1999 1980-1989 1970-1979 1970 1979 1960-1969 1948-1959 0

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40

60

80

100

120


Traineeships Exchanged 1948‐ Traineeships Exchanged 1948‐2010: 267,700 2000-2010

77,000 51,870

1990-1999 1980-1989

54,433

1970-1979

38,724

1960-1969 1960 1969

35,510 ,

1948-1959 10,163 0

20,000

40,000

60,000

80,000


Estimated # of Alumni since 1948: 569,600 1948-1959: 19481960--1969: 1960 1970--1979: 1970 1980--1989: 1980 1990--1999: 1990 2000--2011: 2000 Total:

TNs 10,163 , ( 35,510 ( 38 38,724 724 ( 54,433 ( 51 51,870 870 ( 77,000 ( 265,700

85%)) 80%) 75%) 45%) 35%) 40%)

Members 12,000 , 44,300 51 51,600 600 121,100 148 148,200 200 192,500 569,600


Al Alumni Profile: By Gender i P fil  B  G d <Overall>  Male: 51%  Female: 49% <After 2000>  Male: 48%  Female: F l 52%

Female

Male

Source: My Database


Al Alumni Profile: By Age i P fil  B  A  1948 1948--1979:  1980 1980--1999:  2000 2000--2011:

55+ years old 107,900 35 – 54 269,200 22 – 34 192,500 Total: 569,600 55+

22-34

19%

33.8% 35-54 47.2% Source: LinkedIn


Alumni Profile: By Geography  y g p y MyAIESEC.net  Europe:      

35.8% Asia Pacific: 28 28.9 9 Ibero America: 13.0 Africa: 7.4 North America: 6.1 Middle East: 4.4 Russia & CIS: 4.4

Europe Asia Pacific Iberoamerica Africa N. America Middl East Middle E t Russia & CSI

Source: MyAIESEC.net


Alumni Profile: By Geography  LinkedIn  Europe:

44.8%  Asia Pacific: 17 17.6 6  Ibero America: 10.6  Africa: 4.9  North America: 16.8  Middle East: 1.9  Russia & CIS: 3.4

Europe Asia Pacific Iberoamerica Africa N. America Middle East Russia & CSI

Source: LinkedIn


Alumni Profile: By Industry l fl d

Source: LinkedIn


Al Alumni Profile: By Company i P fil  B  C 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 6. 7. 8 8. 9. 10.

PwC Accenture Ernst & Young P&G Deloitte IBM Hewlett--Packard Hewlett KPMG Microsoft DHL

437 318 275 270 242 220 193 187 172 143

Source: LinkedIn


Al Alumni Profile: By Position i P fil  B  P iti       

Owner/Partner CXO VP Director Manager Others Student, Internship

3,874 (5.7%) 3 145 (4 3,145 (4.6%) 6%) 5,144 (7.5%) 4 741 (7 4,741 (7.0%) 0%) 13,232 (19.4%) 32,498 32 498 (47 (47.7%) 7%) 5,508 (8.1%) Total: 68,142 ,

Source: LinkedIn


Alumni Profile: By Position Position,, Title

44% are Managers Managers Or Higher

Source: LinkedIn


Al Alumni Profile: By Company Size i P fil  B  C  Si Company p y Size

< 1,000 > 1,000

Source: LinkedIn


Alumni Profile: By Area of Interest l fl f

Source: LinkedIn


F Famous Al Alumni: Politician i  P li i i

Helmut Kohl Germany

Martti Ahtissari Finland

Cavaco Silva Portural

Cesar Gaviria Colombia

Junichi Koizumi Japan

Janez Drnovsek Slovenia


F Famous Al Alumni: Business i  B i

Jorgen B. Rasmussen CEO, Carlsberg Group

Percy Barnevik Chairman, ABB

Peter Wuffli CEO, UBS

Robert Metcalfe Founder, 3Com

Joong Soo Kim Chairman, Central Korea Bk

Jannik Lindbaek Chairman, Statoil


F Famous Al Alumni: Asia i  A i

Meera Sanyal

Nobuo Tanaka

Francis Pangilinan

Ron-I Wu

Dato Shahrir

Vivek Wadhwa

Jae Chang Lee

Liu Chee Ming


First AIESEC Alumni Asia Pacific Conference 2004 in Singapore


AIESEC Alumni Associations in Asia Pacific Level


When AIESEC started in Asia Pacific? 1960’s: Japan (62), Korea (62), Taiwan (64), Australia (65), Hong Kong (65), Philippines (68), Thailand (68), Malaysia (68) 1970’s: Singapore(70), New Zealand(78) 1980’s: India (81), Indonesia (84) 1990’s: Pakistan (93), Sri Lanka (95), Bangladesh (99) 2000’s: China (02), Vietnam (06)


When National AIESEC Alumni (NAAs) ( ) started in Asia Pacific?  Singapore (1979)  Japan (1983)  Malaysia (1995)  Taiwan (1996)  India I di (2005)  Korea (2008)  Indonesia (2009)  Hong Kong (2009)  Sri Lanka (2011)


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Regular g Alumni Events Singapore

1) Alumni Gatherings quarterly

Japan

1) Salon de AIESEC (Tokyo: Every 1 Thu / Osaka: Every 2 2) Annual General Assembly (MC/LCs) 3) Golf Outing (Twice a year since 1979)

Malaysia

1) 2-3 Social Gatherings per year y Events p per year y 2)) 2-3 Charity

Taiwan

1) Monthly Gathering (Every last Friday) 2) Manager Gathering for bi-monthly or quarterly 3) Golf Outing on Every 2nd Sat

India

1) Annual General Assembly 2) Alumni Gatherings at LCs

Korea

1) Monthly Gathering (Every 3rd Wed) 2) AAK L Leaders d Forum F (First (Fi t Thu Th in i every 2 months) th ) 3) Annual General Assembly

Indonesia

1) Ramadhan Gathering (Once a year) 2) Annual General Assembly

Hong Kong

1) AIESEC Friday (Every 2nd Friday) 2) Annual Dinner 3) AIESEC Lunch Gathering

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AIESEC Alumni Group Page on Facebook Country

Group Name on Facebook

Members

Australia

AIESEC Australia Alumni

155

Bangladesh

AIESEC Bangladesh Alumni

China

AIESEC Mainland of China Alumni

427

Hong g Kong g

AIESEC Alumni Association of HK

1,417 ,

India

AIESEC India (Alumni)

Indonesia

AIESEC Alumni Indonesia

Japan

AIESEC Japan Alumni

692

Korea

AIESEC Alumni Korea

216

Malaysia

AIESEC Alumni Malaysia

578

New Zealand

AIESEC New Zealand Alumni

377

P ki t Pakistan

AIESEC P Pakistan ki t Al Alumnii

Philippines

AIESEC Philippines Alumni

992

Singapore

AIESEC Singapore Alumni

459

Sri Lanka

AIESEC in Sri Lanka Alumni

333

Taiwan

AIESEC Taiwan Alumni

349

Thailand

AIESEC Thailand Alumni

134

Vietnam

AIESEC Vietnam Alumni Association

89

113 1,432

59

77


AIESEC Alumni in Asia Pacific Country Australia

LinkedIn

MyAIESEC.net

MyDatabase

Expatriates

1,518

3,212

1,708

428

178

1,135

494

5

1,453

16,591

1,788

434

691

2,322

1,162

320

2 884 2,884

19 943 19,943

3 248 3,248

223

Indonesia

654

3,167

1,183

51

Japan

325

5,917

4,532

168

Korea

92

2,687

913

49

Malaysia

678

3,449

1,254

110

New Zealand

415

1,577

629

95

Pakistan

217

1,038

360

22

Philippines

613

2,450

1,762

24

Singapore

863

1,367

1,007

550

Sri Lanka

158

1,336

224

11

Taiwan

325

4 295 4,295

1 336 1,336

72

Thailand

118

757

412

74

Vietnam

385

33

179

59

11,567

71,276

22,191

2,695

Bangladesh China Hong Kong India

Total


National AIESEC Alumniâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Contact Information Country

Homepage

Contact Person

E-mail

Australia

n/a

Mr. James Webb

jameswebb@gmail.com

Bangladesh

n/a

Mr. Daniel Afzalur Rahman

hotmaledanny@hotmail.com

China

n/a

Ms Fish Wei Zoe Ms.

zoe nsy@gmail com zoe.nsy@gmail.com

Hong Kong

www.aaahk.com

Mr. Ivan Chiu

ivan.chiu@aaahk.com

India

www.aiesecalum.org

Mr. Sudeep Malhotra

smg@vsnl.com

Indonesia

n/a

Mr. Fathun Day

fathun.day@gmail.com at u day@g a co

Japan

www.aiesec-alumni.jp

Mr. Hiro Kinashi

kinashi@aiesec-alumni.jp


National AIESEC Alumniâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Contact Information Country

Homepage

Contact Person

E-mail

Korea

www.aiesec.or.kr

Ms. Hyunmin Lee

aak86hmlee@gmail.com

Malaysia

www.aiesecalumni.my

Mr. Andy See

andy.see@perspective.com.my

New Zealand

n/a

Ms. Karishma Mohini

karishma.mohini@aiesec.org.nz

Pakistan

n/a

Mr. Omar Khan

aie.khanomar@gmail.com

Philippines

n/a

Mr. Raul Guerrero

raulg68@gmail.com

Sri Lanka

n/a

Mr. Suchith Abeyewickreme

suchith@hotmail.com

Taiwan

www.twaat.org

Ms. Karen Chen

karen.aat@gmail.com

Tailand

n/a

Ms. Weaw J.

weawish@gmail.com

Vietnam

n/a

Ms. Mai Thi Hanh

hanh.maithi@gmail.com


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