This section will help you to plan and schedule your participation in conferences, forums, seminars and trainings on inclusive business.
Each year, the ANDE Annual Conference is the largest gathering of ANDE members from around the globe. The event is targeted at senior-level executives of ANDE member organizations, including leading investors, capacity development providers, foundations, banks, corporations, DFIs and research institutions. The highly interactive agenda features workshops on solutions to common challenges, networking sessions, and plenaries with leading thinkers in the SGB space.
The 2019 SEEP Annual Conference theme – Building Resilience through Market Systems – will highlight proven and experimental strategies that harness the potential of the market to support people, enterprises and communities that are highly vulnerable to the shock-stress-shock cycle. Shocks and stresses are increasing in frequency and intensity around the globe. Climate and weather variability, population dynamics, local and global price shocks, illness and disease, political instability, and conflict are intersecting in complex ways that threaten the lives and livelihoods of people and erode hard-fought development gains.
The Summit will bring together hundreds of impact leaders: entrepreneurs, investors, philanthropists, corporates, social sector and government leaders and leading market builders.
RBF will be the world’s first global live Forum on the convergence of circular economy and the SDGs. With more than 800 leaders from governments, private sector and academia convening to drive innovation, the Forum aims to reach young entreprenuers, innovators and universities across the globe to discuss the opportunities, challenges and solutions required to bridge the SDGs gaps by 2030.
Industrialisation in Africa has promised to bring jobs, alleviate poverty and catalyse economic growth across the continent. How can Africa leverage the digital transformation of Industry 4.0 to enable this growth? Long term investment in technology, innovation in manufacturing and skills development for youth will be critical in accelerating and scaling access to nutritious food, healthcare and affordable housing for all. By adopting Industry 4.0 technologies, Africa can address its greatest development challenges, including creating decent jobs.