Horasis Asia Meeting, one of the world’s preeminent forums, will be held virtually this November 30th.
400 business and political leaders, including Charles Tang, President of the Brazil China Chamber of Commerce, will meet to discuss ideas on how to best overcome the disruptions caused by COVID-19.
Founded in 2016, the conference provides a platform to foster cooperation and promote investment and sustainable growth across Asia. The conference is help in partnership with Run The World, a leading online events platform.
This year politicians and business leaders will meet to discuss solving some of the region’s largest challenges.
Discussions will be held on rebooting economies in the region, reducing trade friction between Asian nations post-COVID-19, sustainable development, solutions for an impact-led recovery, and shaping the future of work in Asian societies beyond the pandemic.
“Horasis realizes that in these extraordinary times, embracing multilateralism is paramount to solving the most imminent global challenges,” said Frank-Jürgen Richter, Chairman of Horasis.
“For that reason, in spite of significant global disruption this year, we’re pressing on with the Horasis Asia Meeting. Our aim is to gather the region’s key political and business leaders so we can help formulate actionable, collaborative plans to tackle the most pressing challenges.”
The event will gather an international roster of the world’s most prominent leaders from the public and private sectors.
Among the political leaders in attendance are Fabrizio Hochschild, Under-Secretary General, Special Adviser on Preparations for 75th United Nations Anniversary, United Nations, USA; Shahriar Alam, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Bangladesh; Ramon Lopez, Secretary of Trade and Industry, The Philippines; Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport & Highways, Shipping and of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, India; Johnny G. Plate, Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Indonesia; Christopher Hui, Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, Hong Kong SAR.
From the private sector, captains of business attending the summit include Joji Tagawa, Chief Sustainability Officer, Nissan Motor, Japan; Hank McKinnell, Chairman, Moody’s, USA; Harry Hui, Founder and Managing Partner, ClearVue Partners, China; Cherie Nursalim, Vice Chair, GITI Group, Indonesia; Binod K. Chaudhary, Chairman, Chaudhary Group, Nepal; Harsh Pati Singhania, Vice Chairman, JK Paper; President, President AIMA, India, among others.
Those interested in registering to watch the Horasis Asia Meeting can do so by visiting here.
Featured photo of Frank-Jürgen Richter, Chairman of Horasis