The distinguished international organization Horasis, which promotes globalization through establishing economic and political connections, kicks off its India Meeting this November 26th-27th in Adelaide, Australia.
At the two-day conference, startups will meet with global leaders to discuss key issues in economic inequality and the day’s persisting social dilemmas. Topics will include sustainable development; populism; climate change; cryptocurrency; the next financial crisis; immersive technologies; diversity in the workplace; and the fourth industrial revolution.
The world suffered during the first waves of the COVID pandemic, and its aftermaths continue: it is necessary to reinvigorate the creativity and innovation of India and Australia post-COVID. As each nation has different regulation systems, legal frameworks and individual behaviors arising from cultural backgrounds how can they turn themselves into startup nations?
What government interventions and policy frameworks are needed? What sectors should policy makers focus on?
Launched in 2005 by Frank-Jürgen Richter, Horasis is one of the world’s foremost discussion forums on topics related to globalization in the workplace.
“Horasis was founded on the principle that tackling the world’s most pressing economic, social, and political issues necessitates productive dialogue and collective collaboration,” said Frank-Jürgen Richter.
“Gathering key leaders and entrepreneurs at this especially pivotal moment for global politics and trade, we are both thrilled and determined to form actionable plans for sustainable growth and a more morally decent form of globalization.”
On the docket for this year include a list of the world’s most prominent leaders. Among the political leaders to attend will be Ministers, Mayors, Ambassadors, and more.