Here’s the deal. You want to attend Global Ideas Forum 2016. You want your company to pay for it. Or at least part of it. Is that too much to ask? Not at all, assuming there is some ROI (return on investment) for your employer and you can state it ahead of time… Continue reading.
Global Ideas Forum is true to its name. It is a snapshot from the global forefront of human thought and innovation. It is a safe haven for creation and collaboration that transcends national borders, and considers every individual. No one is left out of the conversation and the diversity of the human condition is celebrated.… Continue reading.
The practice of medicine has changed dramatically in the last two centuries. Whilst the early 19th century was marked by accomplishment in the field of arts and culture, healthcare didn’t enjoy such quantum leaps; surgery was literally butchery without anaesthetics, and infections, though ubiquitous, were neither understood nor treated effectively. It was in this era… Continue reading.
Consumer psychologist Adam Ferrier is a keynote speaker at the Global Ideas Forum this weekend. He wants us to consider how we can use consumer psychology to facilitate better health outcomes. You’d have to be living in a cave not to have heard of the ice bucket challenge. (For the troglodytes among us: the procedure… Continue reading.
Social innovator Christian Stenta is one of 40 brilliant speakers appearing at the Global Ideas Forum later this month. Christian believes that disruptive social initiatives are the only way to create genuine impact in a world that is constantly evolving. The desire to create meaningful social impact is not uncommon. The world is filled with… Continue reading.
Serial entrepreneur Will Dayble is one of the inspiring speakers you’ll see at the Global Ideas Forum in October. Will is passionate about social impact and all things digital – and he’s excited about the role technology can play in solving global health issues. The impact technology is having on a global scale is one… Continue reading.