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ASPAC prides itself on being a


consultancy company.

ASPAC’s consultants do not just write white papers and reports and then leave it to the respective government departments or industry executives to work out how to implement the suggested strategies.


Rather from day one, ASPAC will oversee the implementation strategies, and project throughout the growth period, thus making sure that if ASPAC promised there were thousands of jobs to be gained and huge economic benefits from developing strong, resilient AI &, or Renewable Energy Industry Sectors, they come to fruition as promised. 

Mr. Phillips with Macau Minister of Information Technologies
Mr Phillips with Macau Minister of Information Technologies



The ASPAC Consultancy team is led by Mr. Paul Phillips, a man who has for 25 years advising the governments and industries of 14 Asia Pacific nations on developing Multimedia, Virtual Reality Artificial Intelligence, and Renewable Energy, within their existing industries sectors.

He vehemently believes that Artificial Intelligence, and Virtual Reality are going to be the critically important technologies for the renewable energy industry and governments in the coming few years.

His biggest concern is that governments who do not quickly grasp the critical importance of these technologies, are destined to unfortunately become the world’s new third world countries.

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Mr Phillips with Thailand Minister of Information Technologies
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Mr Phillips with Prime Minister of Malaysia

One of his more notable achievements was assisting the Prime Minister of Malaysia further expand the Malaysian Multimedia Super Corridor, where he with the Prime Minister established a Framework of Cooperation which linked 12 other nations to the corridor.

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Mr Phillips Chairing 12 Nations of APICTA
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Mr Phillips with Vietnam Minister of Education

Mr. Phillips the Senior ASPAC Consultant is making himself available to meet with all interested governments and industry sectors over the coming months to discuss what he believes will be the way forward for their nation or industry sector.

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Mr Phillips with Brunei Minister of Information Technologies
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