We recently sent you an invitation to the inaugural Swiss Re's Asia Health Symposia on "Funding Healthcare for Our Ageing Society", taking place in Beijing on 24 October at the Park Hyatt Hotel.
This event will feature distinguished guests and prominent speakers, including Professor Jiye Hu from the China University of Political Science and Law; Yvonne Li from the International China Ageing Industry Association; Dr Minglai Zhu from the Research Center for Health Economics & Medical Insurance, Nankai University; and Ninie Wang from Pinetree and also representing the Community Home Long-term Care Research & Training Base of the Gerontological Society of China.
The full agenda and speaker details can be found on our event web page. The purpose of the event is to bring together key stakeholders around an important topic impacting our society today - how to fund the healthcare needs of an ageing society. As one of these key stakeholders, we are asking you to join us in this important Re-THINK of how we fund longer lives.
We would appreciate it if you could please RSVP by 18 October 2013 to confirm your attendance. Should you have any questions about the event, please contact: email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you!
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