Creating Value is essentially doing good and improving the well-being of people, environment, business and society. The Creating Value Alliance has been conducting conferences and seminars over the years and this conference is one in a series, with many more to come, supported by the Journal of Creating Value.

The original dates were for a physical session in Paris which will now be on Oct 20-21. This invite is for the web conference on June 2-3, 2020 whose format is given below:

– 1 hour Keynote including questions and answers
– 1 hour Creative Panel (including Q&A)
– 1 hour for presented papers by scholars

Europe is on June 2, 2020 at 10.00am CET
Americas is on June 2 at 11.30am EDT
Asia is on June 3, 10.30am IST, 2pm JST

Each session will have different keynote speakers and panellists (see Brochure), and we will have a variety of topics.

In an age of runaway capitalism, globalisation and connectivity, the corona virus crisis has tempered these. The debate of what is short term and what is long term is on, and even more importantly, what will happen then.

This conference seeks to look at a desirable future, a desirable society and business mix; Sustainability and prosperity and re-define prosperity. The conference also examines what may happen and what we may be driven to and why they could be entirely different.

It is our hope that people, businesses, governments, and society will look at the future from what creates the most value in the long term and balance that by what value could be destroyed by the path we choose.

Join us, and leaders like Shyam Saran, former Foreign Secretary of India, Peter Varghese, former Foreign Secretary of Australia, Riel Miller of UNICEF and a Future thought leader, Prof. Yan Xeutong of China running the World peace Fprum, Marti Subrahmanyam of NYU and a distinguished Financial thinker, Jim Spohrer of IBM, Akhil Gupta, Vice Chairman of India’s largest telecom, Raman Roy an IT and outsourcing leader, Russ Klein, CEO of American Marketing Association, Prof. Katsuhiko Kokubu of the University of Kobe, Japan, and Director of the Value School. Other speakers include a DHL segment President, a food service Vice Chairman, etc.

Do join us for the webinar. Register here.