Who will inspire us next?
The importance of entrepreneurship as a leading source of innovation, job creation and global economic growth is increasingly clear. By challenging orthodox methods and creating new markets for goods and services, high-growth entrepreneurs are positively disrupting the way we do business and enhancing our quality of life.
For more than 15 years, EY has been the world leader in advising, guiding and recognizing the best high-growth entrepreneurs and their companies through the EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year Program. We convene leading entrepreneurs, C-suite executives, and government leaders in Monaco each June for a week filled with actionable insights, curated private meetings and inspiring stories of achievement.
Who will inspire us next?
Join us 7-12 June 2016 for the EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year Forum in Monaco and connect with the world's most inspiring entrepreneurs, business leaders and game changers from more than 60 countries.
We are pleased to announce an exciting line-up of speakers:
- Dan Schulman, President and CEO of PayPal and the Chairman of Symantec Corporation. Dan formerly served as Group President of Enterprise Growth at American Express, and he was President of Sprint’s Prepaid Group and the founding CEO of Virgin Mobile.
- Mohed Altrad, President of Altrad Group and EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year 2015. Born as a nomadic Bedouin in Syria and forbidden from attending school, Mohed’s entrepreneurial story is truly inspiring.
- Andy Kuper, Founder and CEO of LeapFrog Investments. Andy is an award-winning entrepreneur and investor, hailed by The Economist for changing “the way we invest as individuals, institutions and societies.”
- Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever. Paul works tirelessly to implement sustainable business strategies and drive systemic change, and he serves as the chair of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development.
- Nick Danziger, Monaco-based prize-winning photographer. Nick has traveled the world disguised as a local to capture images that have appeared in numerous museums and art galleries. Awarded the Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society in 2007, he will speak about the power of paying closer attention to the details of the world around us.
- Margaret Gilmore, former BBC senior correspondent. Margaret covered such key events as 9/11 in New York City and the 7/7 bombings in London. She is a specialist in terrorism and national security issues and is a Fellow in the leading security and defense think tank RUSI (Royal United Services Institute). She will speak on what happens to our security in an insecure world.
Registration for the 2016 Forum is now open.