World Business Forum Debuts In Asean

10th edition of the World Business Forum Sydney

World of Business Ideas (WOBI) announced the inaugural World Business Forum that will be held at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Singapore on 10 & 11 July 2024.

Having made its mark in major business capitals such as New York City, Milan, Mexico City, Madrid, and Sydney, the World Business Forum brings together senior-level decision-makers from various industries to glean insights from the world’s most influential business thought leaders.

With over 20 successful editions worldwide, the World Business Forum is now making its debut in the ASEAN region with its first summit in Singapore.

Themed “Purpose: Navigating Uncharted Waters,” the conference will delve into the profound impact of purpose on individuals and organizations. Purpose serves as a catalyst, fostering innovation and creativity while empowering individuals to navigate today’s complex challenges.

WOBI, Director, Asia Pacific, WOBI, Daniel Hernandez, said, “ASEAN stands as a vibrant and dynamic region, boasting a wealth of world-class leaders and innovators. Our entry into this market underscores our unwavering commitment to serving diverse audiences globally, ensuring that the transformative insights and experiences of the World Business Forum resonate across borders.”

The World Business Forum Singapore will feature esteemed keynote speakers, including former Grand Slam Tennis champion Andre Agassi, former Hewlett-Packard (HP) Chairman and CEO Carly Fiorina, digital transformation expert Charlene Li, and business thinker Gary Hamel, among others.

Singapore, renowned as one of the leading business hubs in the ASEAN region and the world, is expected to attract high-level executives and professionals globally. The 2024 edition marks the 21st iteration of the World Business Forum, which has hosted influential leaders and thinkers such as James Cameron, Indra Nooyi, Muhammad Yunus, and Steve Wozniak in previous years.

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