Rethinking Capitalism in an ESG World: The Davos of Human Capital
Today’s leaders need to adapt to a new world of ESG driven by the demand for sustainability, the effects of climate change and growing inequality. The future of capitalism is at a crossroads as climate change and social issues continue to impact humanity. The dominant economic model for more than a century is undergoing a global transformation.
On 6 September 2022 we convened a global virtual event, Rethinking Capitalism in an ESG World: The Davos of Human Capital. The event featured top thinkers, leaders, innovators and executives from top global organizations such as Fortune Media, Duke University, Cisco and more.
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