World and business leaders from every region, including more than 50 heads of state and 250 international CEOs, joined Michael R. Bloomberg for the inaugural Global Business Forum, to discuss innovative and collaborative ways to solve challenges and explore new opportunities to global economic growth.
Global Business Forum 2019
Bloomberg Global Business Forum
September 25, 2019
New York City
Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. announced that Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Patricia Espinosa, United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change Michael Bloomberg and Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra will co-chair the Global Climate Action Summit from September 12 to 14, 2018 in San Francisco, California.
United Nations Secretary General António Guterres and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim announced plans to accelerate the flow of finance for climate action through a new platform dedicated to identifying and facilitating transformational investments in developing countries.
Mr. Bloomberg will host a reorganized and rebranded Bloomberg Global Business Forum at the Plaza Hotel, drawing a high-powered crowd and speakers from Tim Cook, the chief executive of Apple, to President Emmanuel Macron of France.
President Emmanuel Macron, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde to Join Michael R. Bloomberg and More Than 50 Heads of State and 250 International CEOs at Inaugural Global Business Forum
Bloomberg announces the agenda for the inaugural Global Business Forum where business and government leaders from around the world will convene to discuss innovative and collaborative ways to solve new opportunities and challenges to global economic growth.
Bloomberg and Twitter Partner to Live Stream Bloomberg’s Global Business Forum in New York on September 20th
Justin Trudeau, Emmanuel Macron, Jack Ma, Bill Gates to Join More than 50 Heads of State and 250 Global CEOs to Discuss Today’s Most Pressing Challenges to Economic Growth and Prosperity.
As global chief executives wrestle with how to engage with government leaders, a group including Alibaba’s Jack Ma and Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, will convene more than 100 fellow business leaders to meet with dozens of heads of state in September.
The former mayor of New York and founder of the eponymous financial data firm is launching the Bloomberg Global Business Forum, a one-day event on Sept. 20. Around 100 CEOs and 30 senior government leaders are confirmed to attend the invite-only gathering thus far, the organizers tell Quartz.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg plans to bring together more than 30 heads of state and 100 CEOs in New York on Sept. 20, in conjunction with the United Nations General Assembly, as part of a plan to move into the elite space once held by the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting.
Bloomberg today announced a selection of featured speakers for the first-ever Global Business Forum, which will bring heads of state together with global CEOs to discuss opportunities for advancing trade and economic growth, and the related societal challenges – from climate change to workplace automation to terrorism – facing both groups.