The world economy is growing, but its foundations are shaking. Protectionist policies are threatening global trade and straining international alliances. Climate change is fueling stronger and more costly natural disasters. Technology is reshaping industry and the skills required to succeed.
Collaboration between government and business is critical to meeting these challenges and ensuring continued growth that benefits all. That’s the goal of the second annual Bloomberg Global Business Forum, which convenes this fall during UN General Assembly Week in New York City. The one-of-a-kind event gives participants an inside view into the next stage of global development – and a chance to shape it.
The Bloomberg Global Business Forum is the only event that brings CEOs and heads of state together in conversation about the most pressing issues. It is an opportunity for presidents and prime ministers to discuss their vision with the business community, and for the two groups to find new ways to work together towards common goals.
By supporting collaboration between some of the most influential figures in the public and private sectors, the forum brings to light new ideas that move markets and new partnerships that support growth and stability, peace and prosperity. The day’s full agenda will address the most effective ways to increase global trade and investment; fight inequality and spread opportunity; spur economic growth while shrinking our environmental impact; and harness the power of technology to improve people’s lives.
How we respond to today’s challenges will determine the next stage of the global economy. The Bloomberg Global Business Forum puts attendees in the driver’s seat.
2018 Bloomberg Global Business Forum
September 26, 2018
Plaza Hotel, New York City
Participation at the Bloomberg Global Business Forum is by invitation only.