The National Achievers Congress – a platform that aims to help delegates learn from the best in management, leadership, finance and personal development – celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
To be held from 1 to 3 June 2012 at the Singapore Expo, Success Resources, organiser of the annual event, said the National Achievers Congress (NAC) 2012 is going back to basics by putting the spotlight on giving moral and financial help to startups and individuals.
In honour of keynote speaker, Robert Kiyosaki, Success Resources is kicking off the event with a Cash-flow 202 Tournament. The tournament is presented in the form of a board game designed by Kiyosaki (of Rich Dad, Poor Dad fame) of teaching the concept of investment and finance management in a risk-free environment.
The game will feature 1,000 participants pitting themselves against each other for a chance to win the ultimate top three cash prizes of S$3,000, S$1,000 and S$500.
Going hand in hand with the ‘Cash-flow’ theme, a pool of money will go towards purchasing NAC 2012 tickets for a selected group of tertiary entrepreneurial clubs, startups and Small and Medium Companies (SMEs). In addition, the leftover sum will be channelled back to them to aid their quest for entrepreneurship (20 per cent for tertiary clubs, 80 per cent for startups and SMEs).
Aside from Kiyosaki, participants can hear from a lineup of renowned speakers at the 3-day event, including Kiyosaki’s wife Kim, Tom Wheelwright, Ken McElroy, Rick Belluzo, Krish Dhanam and many more.
Richard Tan, CEO of Success Resources said, “We are working round-the-clock to make the 20th year the most significant National Achievers Congress ever. We look forward to bring to the audience what they have come to expect from us – a mass meeting of the minds marked by solid content, inspiring speakers and the spirit of entrepreneurship. ”
Each year, the congress strives to bring the world’s best speakers, motivators and inspirational figures from around the world. To date, more than 300,000 delegates have attended this event. The National Achievers Congress has been conducted in seven countries and in four different languages.
Some of the world-famous figures who had spoken at past NACs include former US President Bill Clinton, Michael Porter, Robert Kiyosaki, Tom Hopkins, Jay Abraham, and former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair.