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Samui Turns on the Glamour as Major Lifestyle & Business Brands Come Out to Be Seen & Heard

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2011-02-28 10:00 


 

The Sawadee.com Regatta is again providing leading companies and brands with unique marketing and activation opportunities

BANGKOK, Feb. 28, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — As brands continue to fight through the clutter of multiple marketing channels and ways to be seen, heard and experienced; strategic event sponsorship across Asia continues to become one of the most effective ways for organizations to realize multiple sales, marketing and hospitality objectives.

Sponsorship, as a marketing concept, had its origins as an opportunity for companies to have their logo seen and for guests – normally clients – to enjoy some corporate hospitality. Today sponsorship – particularly in the growing lifestyle sector – has matured into a marketing channel that allows brands to be positioned and activated with targeted audiences for extended periods of time. Nowhere in Asia is this more evident than at Koh Samui’s International Regatta that is contested every May in the tropical seas off the island’s Chaweng Beach.

Just a one-hour flight from bustling Bangkok, the regatta annually welcomes an international “fleet” of participants, spectators and sponsors, the latter who leverage the event for far reaching branding opportunities. The Four Seasons Hotel & Resorts, Centara Hotels and Resorts, Hertz and Neil Pryde are just some of the respected global brands that align themselves with this “on” and “off” water marketing opportunity.

Like many major events that attract top global brands, the regatta has evolved over the ten years that it has been staged and has grown year on year. Although centred around fierce sailing action with some of the region’s most exciting racing yachts going head-to-head, the regatta has developed into a leading lifestyle event where fashion, fine dining, music festivals, exotic parties and luxury property events, add to what has become a strategic choice for many of Asia’s marketing professionals looking for further ways to position and activate the brands that they manage.

Bangkok based British entrepreneur Callum Laing took over the helm of the regatta in 2008, with the single focus of developing it into a lifestyle event that would not only be of interest to top sailors and spectators looking for a week of top action, but that would also attract top brands from around the world. “For me, the regatta is about the experiences that we can provide to those that come to soak-up the now-famous atmosphere that happens when the regatta takes place – as well as for our partners and the ways that they activate their brands. Digital and on-line marketing opportunities allow our partners to fully maximize their sponsorship investment by benefiting from multiple marketing activities. For example, not only do many of our partners fly in guests to experience all that the regatta has to offer, but they will also create marketing campaigns that draw on film, imagery and comment from the regatta that can support the marketing of their products or service. We’ve found that the regatta is positioned just at the right level to be appealing to luxury, lifestyle, F&B, travel and entertainment partners looking for something unique and different. With many of our partners committing long-term, we know that we’ve hit on a sponsorship model that works for many organizations”.

Martin Heiniger is the General Manager of the Centara Grand Beach Resort – a long-standing Regatta partner that has been the home base for the event since 2001. Martin himself oversees the strategic relationship between the resort that he manages and the regatta’s organizing team “As an organization that wants its hotel properties to be recognized as some of the best in the world, association with the regatta fits perfectly with our other marketing tactics. Not only do we see room bookings increase over the event period, but we also get the opportunity for those involved with the regatta to experience our resort first hand – and that’s something that you just can’t do via a brochure. Often, those that have experienced the resort, return to visit at other times of the year, becoming loyal guests that frequent our property time and time again”.

Laing is particularly excited about some of the additions to the 2011 running of the regatta “By listening to what competitors, spectators and partners expect from the regatta, has allowed us to further develop it in directions that appeal to all audiences. Alongside the sailing action, the 2011 regatta will also include a Golf Tournament, Watch Expo, Premiership Soccer Legends Dinner, Fashion Dinner and & Super Car Show. Brands align themselves with the event as they have a solid understanding of the audiences that the regatta attracts and how they can engage with them”.

This, the tenth year that the regatta has taken to the high-seas, is a pivotal year for the event with the partnering companies and brands involved looking set to reap the benefits from their strategic alignment.

For further details about partnership opportunities with the Sawadee.com Regatta, please see http://www.samuiregatta.com or contact info@sportsfestivalasia.com

About the Sawadee.com Regatta 2011, Samui

The Sawadee.com Regatta, Samui, is an annual event that takes place on the beautiful Thai island of Koh Samui. Now in its tenth year, this ‘Tropical Island Regatta’ has become one of the main events on the Asian sailing circuit and attracts an international fleet. For further details see http://www.samuiregatta.com

Media Contact:

Ian Grundy
Citrus Public Relations
ian.grundy@citrus-pr.com
Tel: +65-6736-4119

 

SOURCE The Sawadee.com Regatta, Samui

 

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February 28, 2011 at 4:23 pm

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Health In Your Hands Launches Innovative New iPhone App for Patients to Track Individual Progression of Scoliosis at Home

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ScolioTrack technology for iPhones has been released on February 24, 2011

SINGAPORE, Feb. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — Dr. Kevin Lau, D.C., author of “Your Plan for Natural Scoliosis Prevention and Treatment – Health In Your Hands” book and exercise DVD, announces the release of a Singapore made application called ScolioTrack, an innovative new iPhone application which places an instrument similar to a doctor’s scoliometer into the hands of scoliosis patients worldwide. The device proves much safer than x-ray technology and can be used in between doctor’s visits to track one’s individual condition.

“With ScolioTrack, the patient can track the curvature in the spine from month to month by using the iPhone accelerometer and camera function, just as a doctor would with a scoliometer,” said Dr. Lau. “A scoliometer is a device which objectively measures the severity of curvature, or more specifically the Angle of Trunk Rotation.”

The new ScolioTrack technology tracks the patient’s Angle of Trunk Rotation (ATR), a key measurement in screening and planning for the “Health In Your Hands” approach to treatment. ScolioTrack records a person’s height and weight, both beneficial for growing teenagers or health-conscious adults, and also uses the camera function on the iPhone to capture the person’s back to see changes in back deformity.

ScolioTrack saves the information in one convenient location and provides touch-of-the-finger retrieval for future checkups and comparison between tracks.﹛An easy-to-read display shows data output in graph format for ease of tracking variations, and can save the data of multiple users. With ScolioTrack’s access to the latest breaking news, and its user-friendly support guides, patients gain an effortless handle on their disorder.

For more information or to install ScolioTrack for iPhone, iPod or iPad go to http://appshopper.com/link/scoliotrack or http://scoliosis.com.sg/about-iphone-app.html

About Dr. Kevin Lau, D.C. and Health In Your Hands

Dr. Kevin Lau’s ScolioTrack is one element of his comprehensive “Health In Your Hands” series for a natural, non-surgical, highly effective and proven method for reversing scoliosis. The other elements include his in-depth book and a newly-released exercise DVD for scoliosis. He is a recipient of the “Best Health-care Provider Award” by the Straits Time and featured on Prime Time Channel News Asia.

Contact Information:

Dr. Kevin Lau D.C.
drkevinlau@gmail.com
Address: 302 Orchard Road #06-03, Singapore 238862
http://www.Scoliosis.com.sg
Tel: +65-6884-9820

SOURCE﹛Health In Your Hands Pte Ltd

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February 24, 2011 at 5:25 pm

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Tyco International to Acquire Signature Security

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2011-02-24 10:54 


 

Transaction Brings Together Signature Security with Tyco’s ADT Business, Creating Stronger Player in the Australian and New Zealand Security Industry

SCHAFFHAUSEN, Switzerland, Feb. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — Tyco International Ltd. (NYSE: TYC) announced today that it has reached an agreement with Oceania Capital Partners Limited (ASX: OCP) to acquire OCP’s Signature Security Group for AU$171 million. Tyco intends to combine Signature Security’s Australian and New Zealand operations with its ADT Security business under the ADT name.

Signature Security is a leading provider of electronic security services in Australia and New Zealand, providing security installation and monitoring services to more than 90,000 premises with annualized revenue of approximately AU$80 million. ADT, part of Tyco’s security solutions business, is the world’s largest electronic security provider with approximately 9 million customers around the world and 2010 revenue of US$7.7 billion.

“This acquisition provides us with the opportunity to strengthen ADT’s business in the Australian and New Zealand security markets while advancing our strategy for growth in the global security industry,” said Ed Breen, Tyco Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “Signature Security is an excellent strategic fit with our ADT business, providing us with increased scale and attractive operating synergies.”

According to Robert Zhu, President, ADT Asia-Pacific, both ADT and Signature are well managed businesses with strong operating platforms and a shared focus on providing outstanding customer service.

“Adding Signature Security to our portfolio means that we will be an even stronger partner for our customers as we leverage its experienced team of employees and geographic footprint.  This will enable us to broaden our sales, installation and service capabilities in the Australia and New Zealand markets.”

The transaction is expected to close during the third quarter of Tyco’s fiscal year, which quarter begins on April 1, 2011. The transaction is subject to customary closing conditions.

ABOUT TYCO INTERNATIONAL

Tyco International Ltd. (NYSE: TYC) is a diversified, global company that provides vital products and services to customers around the world. Tyco is a leading provider of security products and services, fire protection and detection products and services, valves and controls, and other industrial products. Tyco had 2010 revenue of US$17 billion and has more than 100,000 employees worldwide. More information on Tyco can be found atwww.tyco.com.

ABOUT ADT SECURITY

With more than a century’s worth of experience, ADT Security is the world’s largest electronic security company, providing electronic security solutions to more than nine million residential, commercial and retail customers worldwide.  ADT Security’s products include alarm systems and integrated security applications that link access control, CCTV, electronic article surveillance and source tagging systems.  Please visit ADT’s website at http://www.adt.com/global

ABOUT SIGNATURE SECURITY

Signature Security Group, headquartered in Sydney, Australia, is one of the leading providers of security system installation and monitoring services for residential and commercial properties in Australia and New Zealand, servicing over 90,000 premises. For more information, please visit www.signaturesecurity.com.au

Media Contact:

ADT Security
Tan Weiwei
Assistant Manager, Communications, Asia Pacific
Tel: +65-6389-8239
Email: wwtan@tycoint.com

 

SOURCE ADT Security

 

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February 24, 2011 at 3:36 pm

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Robert Walters Salary Survey 2011

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2011-02-24 12:00 


 

Local Salary Levels on the Rise — Increased Hiring Activity Across FMCG, Retail, Banking and Financial Services Sectors

HONG KONG, Feb. 24, 2010 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — The Robert Walters Hong Kong Salary Survey 2011 found that the FMCG, retail, banking and financial services sectors were responsible for some of the most significant increases in recruitment activity in the Hong Kong market.

“As the financial services and commerce sectors in Hong Kong recovered from the effects of the global economic crisis amid more buoyant market conditions, there was a marked increase in hiring activities, most notably within the fields of retail, HR, professional services, finance, as well as marketing and communications,” Matthew Bennett, Managing Director of Robert Walters Hong Kong said. “As the market continues to recover in 2011, we anticipate continued strong levels of hiring activity. We particularly expect hedge funds and asset management firms to continue expanding and increasingly focus on revenue opportunities in Asia.”

“The 2011 survey found that salary levels across many commerce sectors were steadily on the rise as the Asian economy recovered from the financial crisis and salary freezes were eased.  In many cases, both contract and permanent candidates were able to command moderate salary increases when moving positions, with salary levels for experienced candidates in the retail and FMCG industries rising by up to 15%.”

Compiled by a dedicated research division, the Survey is based on the analysis of permanent, interim and contract placements made across each of the Group’s geographies and recruitment disciplines during 2010. In its 12th year, the Survey is the most comprehensive review of global recruitment market conditions and salary levels available.

Some of the top regional findings from the Survey include:

Singapore: In the midst of abundant job opportunities, the Singapore market again experienced a war for talent and companies struggled to retain their top employees. While a number of professionals moved off-shore to take advantage of market growth in China and Hong Kong, the local talent pool remained intact. This was mainly due to an influx of professionals from Asia, Australia and Europe as well as Singapore nationals who returned to the country.

China: Recruitment activity increased in the first half of 2010 and peaked between April and June, before maintaining this momentum during the second half of the year. Salary rises are likely to be around 10% across various industries and roles in China, while top-tier candidates may be able to command increases of approximately 15-30%.

Malaysia: Hiring activity increased at the start of 2010 and maintained throughout the year. We anticipate a surge in recruitment activity due to a number of state and government-initiated projects being implemented. There is a large emphasis on tourism and infrastructure development as the country seeks to continue attracting foreign companies to establish hubs and especially shared services operations in Malaysia.

Thailand: Employers were generally positive in 2010 despite Thai political events and social unrest in the middle of the year, and top-tier candidates became more confident about moving jobs. As the demand for talent remains strong, we anticipate salaries to continue rising in 2011, with a shortage of high quality professionals who are fluent in the English language.

Sector-specific findings for Hong Kong include:

Accounting & Finance

  • Prevailing trend of Hong Kong candidates accepting positions in mainland China, due to the need for professionals with regional experience and the ability to work with local teams
  • Tax-related positions at managerial and director levels were in high demand, while candidates with tax expertise prevailed due to changes in tax regulations

Financial Services (Front Office)

  • As banks began to offer more attractive incentive-based packages amid strong hiring levels, candidates with good sales track records and product experience were more willing to change jobs
  • Within corporate and institutional banking, relationship managers with strong credit skills and client networks, experienced in multiple products and large accounts were highly sought-after
  • Transactional banking professionals continue to be in demand, with an emphasis on trade finance sales and product management talent

Financial Services (Middle & Back Office)

  • Strong recruitment activity particularly in the first half of 2010, while businesses primarily focused on strengthening their financial reporting and product control functions
  • Businesses displayed a strong preference for locally-based candidates, particularly in areas where knowledge of local regulations were crucial
  • Due to regulatory changes, there was a high demand for compliance professionals, while candidates with Mandarin language skills were highly sought-after as organisations looked to strengthen their partnerships with the Chinese market

Human Resources and Business Support

  • Senior level HR professionals were sought-after to drive strategy and HR business partners to foster a closer relationship between the HR function and the rest of the business
  • HR professionals with change management, talent retention and leadership development skills were in significant demand
  • In the business support area, demand for candidates with fluent Mandarin language skills increased as organisations looked to further develop their Chinese operations
  • In 2011, we expect firms to recruit contractors in larger numbers to gain greater flexibility. As the demand grows, we predict a shortage of high-calibre contracting candidates and organisations may need to offer higher salaries and more challenging roles to increase the number of candidates attracted to this field

Information Technology

  • Financial software, telecommunications and IT servicing firms renewed hiring for many roles that were put on hold during the global financial crisis in the first half of the year
  • Recruitment activity gradually increased in the second half of 2010, with growing demand for candidates with Java, C#, SAP and Linux skills
  • The shortage of locally-based talent is expected to continue and we predict an increasing focus on international candidates and overseas returnees to bridge the talent gap

Legal

  • Within commerce and industry, significant demand for corporate/commercial and e-commerce lawyers in the IT&T, FMCG, pharmaceutical, energy and retail sectors was witnessed as multinationals began to bolster their legal teams
  • Candidates with PRC experience were sought-after as Hong Kong firms opened new offices in Shenzhen, Shanghai and Beijing
  • Due to the heavy volume of IPO listings, corporate specialists with two to five years’ PQE and strong Mandarin language skills were in high demand

Sales & Marketing

  • Increase in hiring levels within the information technology, luxury retail and FMCG sectors
  • Recruitment levels in the FMCG sector remained strong, while roles in demand included brand management and key account management professionals
  • Recruitment activity within the retail and luxury sector remained healthy in 2010, with roles in retail operations and brand management in particular high demand

Supply Chain and Procurement

  • While candidates’ confidence in the market continues to grow along with the economic recovery, salaries will increase slightly in line with inflation at 5-10%
  • As organisations increasingly focus on gaining market share, candidates with strong technical backgrounds and experience, excellent business networks and leadership abilities will be highly sought-after within the sourcing and merchandising field

For more information or to arrange an interview, please contact: Fiona Cheong, Editorial & PR Specialist at +65-6228-5313; fiona.cheong@robertwalters.com.sg or Alfons Chan, Editorial Specialist at +86 (0)21 5153 5888; alfons.chan@robertwalters.com.cn

About Robert Walters

Robert Walters Plc is one of the world’s largest professional recruitment consultancies with 43 offices in 20 countries. The Hong Kong office specialises in placing candidates on a permanent or contract basis in the following specialities: accountancy & finance, banking & financial services, legal, business support, human resources, information technology, sales & marketing, supply chain, procurement & logistics.

For more information about Robert Walters Hong Kong, visit www.robertwalters.com.hk

To download the PDF version of the Robert Walters Global Salary Survey 2011, visitwww.robertwalters.com/salarysurvey. To view the latest Robert Walters Asia Job Index report, please visitwww.asiajobindex.com

Contact:

Fiona Cheong
+65-6228-5313
fiona.cheong@robertwalters.com.sg

Alfons Chan
+86-21-5153-5888
alfons.chan@robertwalters.com.cn

 

SOURCE Robert Walters

 

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February 24, 2011 at 3:04 pm

Posted in Business & Finance

Health In Your Hands Launches Innovative New iPhone App for Patients to Track Individual Progression of Scoliosis at Home

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2011-02-24 10:00 


 

ScolioTrack technology for iPhones has been released on February 24, 2011

SINGAPORE, Feb. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — Dr. Kevin Lau, D.C., author of “Your Plan for Natural Scoliosis Prevention and Treatment – Health In Your Hands” book and exercise DVD, announces the release of a Singapore made application called ScolioTrack, an innovative new iPhone application which places an instrument similar to a doctor’s scoliometer into the hands of scoliosis patients worldwide. The device proves much safer than x-ray technology and can be used in between doctor’s visits to track one’s individual condition.

“With ScolioTrack, the patient can track the curvature in the spine from month to month by using the iPhone accelerometer and camera function, just as a doctor would with a scoliometer,” said Dr. Lau. “A scoliometer is a device which objectively measures the severity of curvature, or more specifically the Angle of Trunk Rotation.”

The new ScolioTrack technology tracks the patient’s Angle of Trunk Rotation (ATR), a key measurement in screening and planning for the “Health In Your Hands” approach to treatment. ScolioTrack records a person’s height and weight, both beneficial for growing teenagers or health-conscious adults, and also uses the camera function on the iPhone to capture the person’s back to see changes in back deformity.

ScolioTrack saves the information in one convenient location and provides touch-of-the-finger retrieval for future checkups and comparison between tracks.  An easy-to-read display shows data output in graph format for ease of tracking variations, and can save the data of multiple users. With ScolioTrack’s access to the latest breaking news, and its user-friendly support guides, patients gain an effortless handle on their disorder.

For more information or to install ScolioTrack for iPhone, iPod or iPad go tohttp://appshopper.com/link/scoliotrack or http://scoliosis.com.sg/about-iphone-app.html

About Dr. Kevin Lau, D.C. and Health In Your Hands

Dr. Kevin Lau’s ScolioTrack is one element of his comprehensive “Health In Your Hands” series for a natural, non-surgical, highly effective and proven method for reversing scoliosis. The other elements include his in-depth book and a newly-released exercise DVD for scoliosis. He is a recipient of the “Best Health-care Provider Award” by the Straits Time and featured on Prime Time Channel News Asia.

Contact Information:

Dr. Kevin Lau D.C.
drkevinlau@gmail.com
Address: 302 Orchard Road #06-03, Singapore 238862
www.Scoliosis.com.sg
Tel: +65-6884-9820

 

SOURCE Health In Your Hands Pte Ltd

 

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February 24, 2011 at 2:51 pm

Posted in Healthcare

International Education Conference ‘Going Global 2011’ Opens on March 11 in Hong Kong

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The British Council to host academic policymakers and industry leaders at its fifth annual international education conference

HONG KONG, Feb. 23, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — As city and nation states battle to emerge from recession, governments around the world expect higher education to play an important part in economic recovery and in influencing their position on the world stage. An expanding middle class in the developing world, growing demand for an internationalized workforce and tighter government budgets have prompted academic institutions to look beyond geographic borders for growth. We are seeing a widespread – and rapid – internationalisation of higher education.

Going Global 2011, one of the world’s largest international education conferences, will take place March 11-12 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Hosted by the British Council with the support of the Education Bureau of the Hong Kong SAR, it will gather industry leaders and policymakers, including over 250 speakers from 70 countries. Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang will deliver the conference’s opening speech.

Sessions will revolve around the theme “World Education: the new powerhouse?” and explore issues including the following:

Over the last decade, the UK, the USA and Australia have continued to increase their numbers of international students. Yet there has only been modest growth in the numbers of their students studying in Asia. How can ‘one way’ mobility be changed?
Many countries aspire to be international or regional education hubs, but what is the reality? Which countries are investing the most in education?
Is India equipped to meet challenges in higher education?
Martin Davidson, Chief Executive of the British Council, said: “For all nations higher education will play an important part in economic recovery. At Going Global we will debate the opportunities and challenges that this presents as well as how to create a platform for the development of partnerships and collaboration worldwide so we all share in these benefits.”

EDUCATION INTELLIGENCE, a new global service devoted exclusively to international education, will be launched by the British Council prior to the conference. The service will provide research and data regarding student mobility trends and decision-making, international partnerships, and country-specific higher education environments. Attend the launch to prepare for the future.

For more conference information, please go to http://www.britishcouncil.org/goingglobal.htm

Media contact:

Anna Esaki-Smith
+852-2913-5140
anna.esaki-smith@britishcouncil.org.hk
SOURCE British Council

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February 24, 2011 at 2:31 pm

Posted in Business & Finance

Huntsman Announces Appointment of Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific

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2011-02-17 22:54
New Role Created to Accelerate Business Growth in the Region

THE WOODLANDS, Texas, Feb. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire-Aisa/ — Huntsman Corporation (NYSE: HUN) today announced the appointment of Anthony P. Hankins, President of the Company’s Polyurethanes division, to the new role of Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific.

The role has been created to provide leadership and co-ordination of Huntsman’s rapidly expanding presence in the region and will be based in new regional headquarters in Hong Kong. Mr. Hankins will facilitate the corporate and cross-divisional activities required to deliver growth, including investments and partnerships, strengthening the Company’s asset base, developing people capability and building relationships with governmental organizations and other key stakeholders.

Commenting on the appointment, Peter R. Huntsman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Huntsman Corporation said, “I am delighted that Tony Hankins is taking on this important challenge. Asia Pacific already accounts for a quarter of our global sales, but we have recognized that we need to accelerate our investment in people and physical assets to strengthen our long-term position in this exciting market. Tony has extensive experience of working and living in the region, he has a deep understanding of the Huntsman business and culture and so is perfectly suited to guide this next stage development of our Company in Asia.”

Mr. Hankins will continue as President of the Polyurethanes division, which will relocate its global headquarters from The Woodlands, Texas to Hong Kong during the course of 2011.

About Huntsman:

Huntsman is a global manufacturer and marketer of differentiated chemicals. Its operating companies manufacture products for a variety of global industries, including chemicals, plastics, automotive, aviation, textiles, footwear, paints and coatings, construction, technology, agriculture, health care, detergent, personal care, furniture, appliances and packaging. Originally known for pioneering innovations in packaging and, later, for rapid and integrated growth in petrochemicals, Huntsman today has more than 11,000 employees and operates from multiple locations worldwide. The Company had 2009 revenues of approximately $8 billion. For more information about Huntsman, please visit the Company’s website at http://www.huntsman.com.

Forward-Looking Statements:

Statements in this release that are not historical are forward-looking statements. These statements are based on management’s current beliefs and expectations. The forward-looking statements in this release are subject to uncertainty and changes in circumstances and involve risks and uncertainties that may affect the company’s operations, markets, products, services, prices and other factors as discussed in the Huntsman companies’ filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Significant risks and uncertainties may relate to, but are not limited to, financial, economic, competitive, environmental, political, legal, regulatory and technological factors. In addition, the completion of any transactions described in this release is subject to a number of uncertainties and closing will be subject to approvals and other customary conditions. Accordingly, there can be no assurance that such transactions will be completed or that the company’s expectations will be realized. The company assumes no obligation to provide revisions to any forward-looking statements should circumstances change, except as otherwise required by applicable laws.

SOURCE Huntsman

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February 18, 2011 at 4:32 pm

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