Organised and curated by WOBI each year in cities across the Americas, Europe, and Asia, World Business Forum is a two-day event that brings together thousands of restless minds united by their passion for business.
They come to learn from and be inspired by some of the world’s most renowned figures from business and beyond – a blend of content comprised of CEOs, entrepreneurs, innovators, thinkers, artists and sportspeople.
In a world of information overload, World Business Forum focuses on the issues most relevant to today’s businesspeople, stimulating new thinking and inspiring action. It also provides a unique networking environment to connect with like-minded professionals.
As we navigate one of the most profound disruptions in human history, we are entering what will be an extraordinary era of unprecedented transformation.
Existing companies will revolutionise, and new ones will be born.
Industries will be reshaped, and new products and services emerge.
It is a time for courage, for creativity, for action.
A time that will define your leadership.
A time for ReMakers.
Leaders who are inspired to tackle the challenges of the moment.
Innovators prepared to leave their comfort zone in pursuit of a better future.
Creators who will take the initiative in the building of a new era.
New problems cannot be solved with old ways of thinking.
We are called on to challenge our conventions, while promoting the insight and ingenuity of people across our organisations.
Sharing, collaboration and human relationships have taken on a newfound importance.
Personal engagement with colleagues, partners and providers is critical. What needs to be done now, cannot be done alone.
We are experiencing change at a remarkable scale.
We require the skills to adapt to this new environment and an orientation to action as we drive innovation of business models, products and processes.
Silicon Valley icon, philanthropist and co-founder of Apple
"The best things that capture
your imagination are ones
you hadn’t thought of before
and that aren’t talked about
in the news all the time."