Global Horizons Virtual

In this new, post-COVID decade of global transformation will your organisation be ready to survive - and thrive - in the future? Global Horizons Virtual

Global Horizons Virtual brings executives, policy-makers and experts together in a transformative "knowledge exchange" - examining the most pressing issues of geopolitics, technology, business and ESG in an extensive series of online, public events.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a boom in digital payments globally. New players are competing with established financial institutions. The efficiency and accessibility of digital wallets threatens to make conventional credit and debit cards obsolete. The future of fiat money itself is in jeopardy due to the emergence of cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Yet cybersecurity lags far behind the adoption of new digital tools.   

October 01, 2020

11am EDT / 4pm UK / 17h CEDT

Webcast

Upcoming

This session will run twice with different speakers - at 4:00 am ET (9:00 am GMT) and again at 11:00 am ET (4:00 pm GMT).


As the US Presidential election draws near and the race tightens, governments and businesses must be prepared for what lies ahead.

October 15, 2020

9am UK / 10am CET

Webcast

This session will run twice with different speakers - at 4:00 am ET (9:00 am GMT) and again at 11:00 am ET (4:00 pm GMT).


As the US Presidential election draws near and the race tightens, governments and businesses must be prepared for what lies ahead.

October 15, 2020

4pm UK / 5pm CET

Webcast

Every US presidential election feels like the gamechanger of the century, and so will the outcome of the 2020 election irrespective of the result.  A win for President Trump would mean a possible acceleration of the “America First” agenda. While a Biden administration is likely to launch a large legislative agenda to undo part of the Trump legacy, the way forward in terms of new policy initiatives is less clear. Election outcomes will have substantial yet highly uncertain impacts for the global business community.  

 

November 05, 2020

11am EDT / 4pm UK / 17h CEDT

Webcast

The existing global framework for collaboration on trade and intellectual property rights has increasingly come under stress. New 21st century style international trade agreements, the extensive global reach of digital technologies and recent political shifts against multilateralism will have major implications on how businesses and governments operate around the world.  

November 19, 2020

11am EDT / 4pm UK / 17h CEDT

Webcast

As business recognises the critical importance of its role in combatting climate change, it is time to convert ambitions into fundamental actions to achieve net zero emissions. Only in collaboration with both government and society can business make this necessary systemic change.  

December 03, 2020

11am EDT / 4pm UK / 17h CEDT

Webcast

ESG

Replay

Join Carl Benedikt Frey, Director of Future of Work at the Oxford Martin School at Oxford University, as he discusses his new book, The Technology Trap

September 15, 2020

Webcast

Factory closures, import restrictions and export bans in the wake of COVID-19 have fractured supply chains the world over, adding pressure for diversification or reshoring. Yet, these are two distinct options and neither is easy to implement, especially at a time when many firms are focused mainly on the demand picture.

July 16, 2020

Webcast

How are businesses reassessing and responding to the global economic and business landscape?

Get insights from EY's latest Geostrategy Survey and The Conference Board's C-Suite Challenge Survey.

July 09, 2020

11am EDT / 4pm UK / 17h CEDT

Webcast

Strategic priorities have been thrown into turmoil as organizations grapple with the impact of COVID‑19 lockdowns on everyday operations.

Given the change of priorities, will climate change regain the priority standing that it had just months ago and where do the emerging opportunities for collaboration lie?

July 02, 2020

11am EDT / 4pm UK / 17h CEDT

Webcast

ESG

COVID-19 lockdowns have tested the ability of companies and employees to operate remotely; for many it has been an unsettling experience.

But does adaptation equate to innovation, and will it spark the sustained digital transformation of how we work?

June 18, 2020

11am EDT / 4pm UK / 17h CEDT

Webcast

The COVID-19 pandemic has crushed economic growth prospects and added more antagonism and competition to US-China relations.

Will it wreck the fragile trade truce, accelerate a tech separation, and fuel geopolitical competition between the two 21st century superpowers?

June 04, 2020

Webcast

Three reasons to join Global Horizons Virtual

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Rethink the future

Be ready for a new, post-COVID decade of global transformation

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Learn from experts

Examine pivotal issues with global experts and thought leaders

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Ready to lead

Take away disruptive ideas and drive change at your organisation

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Global Horizons is a "knowledge exchange" convening senior executives, policy-makers and thought leaders with world experts to examine the most pressing issues shaping politics, the economy, business and society.

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