Now in its 13th year, the prestigious Forbes Global CEO Conference will be held in Bali, Indonesia from September 3 - 5, 2013. This annual event is attended by some 400 global CEOs, tycoons, entrepreneurs, up-and-comers, capitalists and thought leaders.
Taking the Lead
In times of change and volatility, there is a clarion call for leadership. Policy makers must govern the world economy with measures that seek to address fiscal balance, currency stability, economic development, job creation and equitable growth for society. Entrepreneurs and business leaders must face the challenge of investing their capital wisely to create innovative products and services. People have to navigate the path of life to make their own choices and discover their personal destinies. How best should one take the lead? How should world leaders assume command for nations and build long-lasting economic prosperity and social stability? How should CEOs take the reins of their companies to generate profits and direct, manage and inspire people? How can individuals imagine a better future for themselves, their families and communities? Taking the lead requires the right vision, strategy, discipline and resilience. There is no better place than Bali, an island paradise in Indonesia, an emerging giant, to engage the top minds in business on the factors behind global leadership success.
Delegate attendance at the Forbes Global CEO Conference is by invitation only and limited to the qualified titles (usually Chairman, Vice Chairman, CEO and President from global headquarters). The conference participation fee of US$8,000 includes the costs of all conference sessions, social events organized as part of the conference agenda and conference documentation. Fee does not include travel and accommodation costs.
The dress code for the conference is smart casual (no coat or tie) or batik.
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