Kerry Kennedy, Sir Richard Leese and Mayor Andy Burnham are delighted to invite you to join 130 cross-sector senior decision-makers from the business, finance and technology communities to explore how you and your organisation can be champions for the creation of a more human world.
The future is uncertain. Yet we know that, if humanity is to succeed, we need to create a world in which everyone can thrive.
Presented by Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights UK in partnership with 53˚ Capital, the Ripples of Hope Business & Investment Summit is an opportunity and space for you to pause and reflect on your role as a leader and the future of your organisation. Over an intensive and interactive one-day programme, you and your peers will:
- Discuss the likely impact of the dynamics shaping our future.
- Ask challenging questions about how our businesses have to adapt.
- Reflect on and develop your role, capacity and skills as a leader.
- Return to your organisation with practical steps and a powerful sense of how your organisation can build a successful and people-focused future
Full details are available here
|Andy Burnham – Mayor of Greater Manchester|
|John Elkington – Author, The Triple Bottom Line|
|Kerry Kennedy – President, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights|
|Sir Richard Leese CBE – Leader of Manchester City Council|
|Paul Lindley OBE – Founder of Ella’s Kitchen|
|Gina Miller – Founder, SCM Direct|
|Ian Stuart – CEO, HSBC UK|
|Helle Thorning-Schmidt – Prime Minister of Denmark, 2011-15|
|Jason Stockwood – Founder, 53˚ Capital|
Kim Polman – Founder, Reboot The Future
More speakers will be confirmed in the coming weeks.You will also be special guests at Ripples of Hope – an evening of art, music and an unforgettable conversation with a globally-recognised leader who has shown what it means to be a ripple of hope.If you have any questions at all, please contact Laura Marcus at email@example.comDelegates to the Ripples of Hope Business & Investment Summit will be contacted and kept up to date with event news and speaker information by Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights UK.