Be a part of the 2020 Africa Shared Value Leadership Virtual Summit happening from Tuesday, June 2 to 12 pm on Friday, June 5, 2020.
Guided by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, the conversation at the 2020 eSummit will centre on Creating Shared Value as the new business norm in a post-COVID-19 world.
Specifically, business leaders will discuss how, by focusing on “profit with purpose”, organisations can contribute to reducing inequality and building economic prosperity for all.
This year, the coronavirus crisis has created a situation without precedent in our lifetime and the way of doing business has changed, possibly forever.
In response, Africa’s Shared Value conversation will go virtual through online keynote sessions and interactive discussions.
This will get live-streamed during the Shared Value Week from 10 am on Tuesday, 2 June through to 12 pm on Friday, 5 June.
As a global first, the 2020 Africa Shared Value Leadership eSummit provides an engaging and interactive platform.
It aims to bring business leaders and practitioners together to explore how Shared Value ecosystems can help the African continent recover from pandemic-induced economic hardship and upheaval.
Expectations on the eSummit
Attendees would get inspired by how Shared Value can drive social and economic change in Africa.
Attendees would hear from a diverse group of thinkers and doers in a series of 20 interactive webinar sessions during the Shared Value Week.
The speakers offer pragmatic, real-world insights on how Shared Value thinking can drive Africa’s growth.
Be part of the solution. Network and interact online with speakers during each webinar session.
Engage fellow attendees on pressing issues facing African businesses and share your opinion during live polls.
Explore how Shared Value thinking can take your business to the next level and make Africa an economic powerhouse.
Some of the speakers include; Mark Kramer, Leading researcher and consultant on strategies for social impact; Christelle Kwizera, Rwandan Social entrepreneur; Dr. Chike Ihekweazu, Director-General, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and host of others.
Interested participants in the eSummit can go ahead to register here.
Participants can use this code HUB400 for a free pass. Registration ends by Thursday, May 28, 2020.
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