Space Academy in Hong Kong to Women owned businesses in U.S; India driving the Innovation Narrative
9th RISE World Summit curated around the theme of "Innovation and Diversity - Time to change from D&I to I&D" to support the Agenda 2030. Bringing together partners and experts from 75 countries over 3 days.
This year's experts include Prof. Philip Kotler, Father of Modern Marketing, Gopal Shankar Narayan, Advocate at Supreme Court of India, and Elizabeth A. Vazquez, CEO & Co-Founder, WEconnect International, to name a few. The Summit is one of a kind co-created and co-located convening of thought leaders, experts and learners that influence action and outcomes on the SDGs for the year ahead.
This year, the summit will host subject matter experts to indulge in brainstorming sessions of topics ranging from healthcare to financial literacy to sustainable agriculture and more. Covering the entire spectrum of SDGs with inputs from global experts joining from Hong Kong, U.S.A, U.K, Australia, New York, Ghana, Germany, Malaysia and numerous other countries. These belong not only to the social sector but are also academicians, government representatives, Chambers of Commerce, entrepreneurs, business-owners, students, and anyone who is passionate about taking action to create a better world.
Karon Shaiva, Convenor, RISE PECOWorld shares, "It will take a network of networks to find solutions that cover every person, region, and issue the world faces."
Some of the partners are UNICEF (India), Orion Astropreneur Space Academy (Hong Kong), Swedish Institute, World Food Programme, Tata Capital, SmartAid International (Australia), Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA), Meaningful Business (London), and HIT - Holon Institute of Technology (Israel) to name a few.