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This economic forum annually brings together 300 inspiring visionaries and female leaders from across the globe to share their perspective, expertise, and acumen on the moving trends of our time and find solutions to the daunting political and socio-economic challenges. The summit also provides a unique platform for networking and building new business relationships. In line with the motto “Are you a Changemaker?” the 7th Global Female Leaders summit is taking place on May 11th – 12th, 2020 at the exquisite landmark Hotel Adlon Kempinski in Berlin, Germany. The following four, big topics and challenges shaping and transforming our society today and, in the future, and flag some of the big questions that will be discussed at this forum: A New Narrative for Governance and Global Cooperation Life Science, Global Health Outlook – A Human-Centric Approach Sustainable Solutions for Cities and Mobility of the Future Internet and Media – Challenging…

WHEN: 10th – 12th May 2020 WHEN: Berlin Attendance fee: 2.995 Euro + VAT* This economic forum annually brings together 300 forward-thinking and inspiring female leaders, trend-setters and entrepreneurs from across the globe to share their perspective, expertise and acumen on the moving trends of our time and find solutions to the daunting political and socio-economic challenges. This global platform also gives focus to new ways of thinking and provides a unique opportunity to build new business relationships. Staying true to the summit motto “Collaborating to Build a Better World”, the programme for 2020 will address the following key topics: A New Narrative for Governance and Global Cooperation Life Science, Global Health Outlook – A Human Centric Approach Sustainable Solutions for Cities and Mobility of the Future Internet and Media – Challenging and Empowering Society *500 Euro Discount for Amazons Watch Magazine readers with code: GFL19AWM To learn more about…

Women, STEM & the future of Innovation and Sustainability in Emerging Economies Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai-UAE 14th December 2017. SUMMIT OVERVIEW & OBJECTIVES Owing to decades of world economic meltdown, the productivity growth in most emerging economies’ signature industries now face threats of losing their competitive edge as well as operating below potential. In the face of this worrisome trend, economic activities in the global scene has plummeted and realigned with rising multiple forces, including the emergence of new urban consumers, technological breakthroughs and an enormous movement of global trade. Emerging economies can therefore, take advantage of these developments to compete favorably on the global scale and attain the status of world economic leaders in no distant time. One way for emerging economies to lead in such elevated capacity is to pledge a renewed commitment in fostering STEM- Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics fields; as these fields represent the future…

Mining Investment Asia, South East Asia’s largest mining investment conference, supports International Women’s Day (8 March) – a global initiative celebrating the achievements of women and calling for action to accelerate gender parity. Hence, for our third edition of Mining Investment Asiathis year, we have chosen to pioneer the launch of Asia’s inaugural ‘Women in Mining Day’ during this special month of March. ‘Women in Mining Day’ will be held on 28 March at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, as part of the Mining Investment Asia Conference and Exhibition. Women have traditionally been under-represented in the mining industry. However, with recent announcements from major global mining companies such as BHP Billiton setting goals for 50% of their workforce to be women by 2025, it is timely to look into the role of women in this industry, particularly within Asia. More than 10 leading global and regional speakers will also be attending…

Organisers- Centre for Economic and Leadership Development

Theme – Scaling up the rise of women leaders in emerging economies

Date: 13 December 2016

Overview

In recent times, we are experiencing the dawn of an era where women are incurably committed to taking over the leadership of territories originally renowned for their history of patriarchy, oligarchy and subordination of women.