"Pathways to Prosperity" at the Harvard Club of NYC
Business and Investment Opportunities around the World
The 2013 Symposium will convene on September 24-25th at the Harvard Club of NYC, during the 68th United Nations General Assembly. Select Heads of State and Ministers attending the UNGA will lead “Country Presentations”, highlighting their nation’s economic climate and its investment opportunities. Presenting countries hold private briefings and one-on-one meetings, but states that do not present also hold such private sessions to further facilitate dialogue between business, finance and government leaders.
IEA invites G-20 countries and Heads of State/Ministers from the following growing list of IEA member/participating countries:
Interactive Business Discussions – Voice of Business
The overall themes of the Interactive Business Discussions will address the three major macro-economic topics of global business: Finance, Supply & Demand, and Government.
Interactive Business Discussions II and III are one hour in length, allowing for a robust and truly interactive discussion with the global business leaders in the audience, all the while looking past the status quo. This ‘Voice of Business’ is designed to capture the business perspective to impact economic issues and policies that advance business, economies and jobs. Discussion summaries will be disseminated to G-20 and other government leaders.
Past business and government speakers have included Intel Chairman Craig Barrett, Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent, Barclays Chairman Archibald Cox, Edelman CEO Richard Edelman, UBS Vice Chairman Senator Phil Gramm, Starr & Co CEO Maurice Greenberg, SealedAir CEO William Hickey, Silverlake CEO Glenn Hutchins, Mosaic CEO James Prokopanko, billionaire investors T. Boone Pickens and Blackstone's co-founder Peter G. Peterson.
Select Countries and Companies can address International Media in a dedicated Media room. Since most of the Symposium's Interactive Business Discussions are off the record, all press conferences are coordinated with IEA and scheduled in advance.