Join GIST at the virtual Global Women’s Forum – Nov 18th-19th.
As the world is lurching towards an unknown new normal with the pandemic, the Women’s Forum’s mission to redesign a more inclusive world becomes even more urgent and critical. When diversity might be at risk of losing its momentum worldwide, now is the time for us to take bolder action and foster inclusion in our businesses, communities and societies to tap into the power of our collective action. It is the time for us to embrace women’s leadership and leverage our collective ingenuity to fight existing challenges and co-create a brighter future for all. In this time of uncertainty, we strengthen our conviction to turn challenges into opportunities and explore new horizons to reinvent ourselves.
With the very first virtual Global Meeting, this November will be an opportunity for us to meet again virtually after the crisis. We will continue our daring dialogues and cross-pollinate our ideas and innovations for an inclusive recovery where leaders and change-makers worldwide, both women and men, are inspired to redefine the norms, and reshape the new world map. We strive to bridge not only virtual and physical worlds, but also connect more than 25,000 change-makers from different sectors, across cultures and generation at this transformative Meeting. We invite you to join our community to take action and commitments to lead positive changes and to forge our future with a common purpose. Together, we will seize this moment to drive forward our inclusive progress!
This year our cutting-edge online platform will provide you with a unique virtual experience : interactive, diversified, and inspiring – a mix of brain and emotion!
- Attend LIVE sessions and engage in discussion, Q&A, and polling
- Personalize your networking profile to connect with other world-wide delegates through one-to-one meetings via video or audio call
- Organize B2B Business Meetings with our partners
- Network and meet with new friends in our dedicated open Networking Rooms
- Become a member of the Women’s Forum community