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India Summit 2014

The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi,
New Delhi, India

Does the landslide election victory of Mr Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spell a new era for India? India Summit 2014 will assess assess the new government, its policies and what it means for business, the economy and society.

The Investment Agenda: Amsterdam

Hilton Amsterdam,
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Building on the success of last year’s meetings, it will bring together a select group of institutional investors and other key decision-makers to discuss how to navigate the global recovery and how investors can benefit from strategic risk taking.

Look ahead breakfast briefing: Powering Indonesia’s growth

The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan,
Jakarta, Indonesia

This breakfast briefing will bring together leading thinkers from business, government and academia to consider how to power Indonesia’s growth. What can we expect from the new government? What policy settings will best incentivise public and private-sector investment in infrastructure and energy?

Look Ahead breakfast briefing: Innovating in Africa

Serena Hotel,
Nairobi, Kenya

This invitation-only breakfast briefing will explore the role of the state as well as the private sector in nurturing and furthering innovation across the continent. Discussions will draw on successful examples from Kenya, a country where innovation, particularly within the ICT sector, has spurred substantial growth over recent years.

The Investment Agenda: Johannesburg

The Michelangelo Hotel,
Johannesburg, South Africa

Building on the success of last year’s meetings, it will bring together a select group of institutional investors and other key decision-makers to discuss how to navigate the global recovery and how investors can benefit from strategic risk taking.

Securing Data

Discover how today's companies can protect their data, while still using it to innovate and provide continuous service to their customers. Attend The Economist's virtual event to hear from top experts and practitioners across industries who will provide key insights for building more resilient companies.

European Energy 2014

Crowne Plaza Brussels - Le Palace,
Brussels, Belgium

How will Europe’s energy and climate 2030 targets shape the region’s energy mix? What remains to be done to create a genuine integrated single energy market? This event will bring together top-level policy makers, industry leaders, regulators, investors and thought leaders to debate Europe’s energy future.

Innovation Awards and Summit 2014

JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong,
Hong Kong S.A.R., China

For the first time, The Economist is bringing it's Innovation awards and summit to Asia-Pacific. Join us in Hong Kong to hear from some of the world's leading entrepreneurs, thinkers, creators, scientists and innovators.

Health Care in the Middle East

Madinat Jumeirah Arabian Resort,
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Explore the opportunities and challenges ahead for the players in the Middle East’s health care system — from policymakers and health care providers to insurers, pharmaceuticals to technology companies, and employers as well as patients.

Data Breach? Preparing for the Fallout

Stationers' Hall,
London, United Kingdom

In this half-day briefing, experts will draw on case studies, practical exercises and their own expertise to discuss how businesses can and should respond to a data breach whether it stem from a malicious insider, an external threat or simple carelessness.

European Retail Banking 2014

London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square,
London, United Kingdom

Across Europe, retail banking is undergoing major disruption. How can organisations prepare for and profit from major upheavals in the industry? Join 200 leaders from across the European retail banking community to find out.

America's Cornerstone

Online,
United States

America's Cornerstone will offer a more in-depth look at the trade relationship between the US and Europe. Designed for those who want to grow their enterprises through import and export activities to and from Europe, this virtual event will provide valuable insight into the impact of an approved T-TIP agreement and what that means for American companies.

World Water Summit

The Crystal,
London, United Kingdom

World Water Summit will launch in London in 2014. Join the world's leading thinkers on water policy, management, irrigation, technology, economic development, sanitation and hygiene and water-related risks to debate how to handle the looming water crisis.

General Counsel 2014

Clothworkers' Hall, London,
London, United Kingdom

The General Counsel 2014 event – now in its 11th successful year – will draw on the expert opinions of in-house legal chiefs, c-suite executives and influential thinkers to explore how General Counsel can add value across the entire business and cement their position at the helm of the company.

China Summit 2014

Kerry Hotel, Beijing,
Beijing, China

The Economist Events annually convenes the summit to survey China’s timely opportunities, pressing issues and perplexing macro developments across its economy, politics and society. As in The Economist newspaper, the summit explores linkages and how these affect participants with rigorous, global and forward-looking perspectives. China Summit is for business leaders, policymakers, academics and observers who wish to discuss, debate and learn.

Urban Infrastructure 2014

London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square,
London, United Kingdom

Join 150+ world-class authorities on urban planning, infrastructure, construction, transport, energy and architecture to debate how infrastructure can be harnessed to drive cities' growth.

The Global Agenda 2014

Trinity House,
London, United Kingdom

Each year we bring together 50 chairmen, chief executives and influential thinkers from politics and academia together with senior editors atThe Economist for an off-the-record talks on key business, political and economic issues of the day facing leaders.

The Global Crisis of Depression

Kings Place,
London, United Kingdom

How can we safeguard the brain economy? Our one-day forum will gather policymakers, healthcare providers, the pharma industry, academia, employers and patient groups for a day of debate, insight and action.

Future of Banking in Africa 2014

Michelangelo Hotel,
Sandton, South Africa

With sub-Saharan Africa being home to some 1 billion people; 75% of the population without a bank account; and 95% of the population without a credit card, what will the future of banking in Africa look like? It is time to address the great unbanked and realise the potential of Africa as a banking destination.

The World in 2015 Gala Dinner: Paris

Pavillon Gabriel,
Paris, France

The award-winning The World in Gala Dinner series is where The Economist and invited luminaries share their bold, candid, sometimes shocking—and always entertaining—predictions for the year ahead. Hosted by Daniel Franklin Executive Editor, The Economist and Editor, The World in... and with visionary speakers from the worlds of politics, science, business and the arts the stage is set for an evening of intelligent entertainment from The Economist. We encourage you to book your corporate table early to avoid disappointment, this event always sells out.

Ethiopia Summit 2015

Sheraton Addis,
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

With the next federal elections scheduled to take place in May 2015, The Ethiopia Summit will take place at an optimum time, bringing together the country’s leading policy makers and business leaders with international executives active or interested in expanding in Ethiopia to explore the many opportunities and tackle the challenges.

CFO 2015

Clothworkers' Hall, London,
London, United Kingdom

CFO 2015 is the event for finance directors who want to know how to add value to their business during the current economic upswing. By bringing together leading CFOs with outside experts from a diverse range of organisations, CFO 2015 will examine how finance directors can take a strategic lead to help generate top-line growth and manage the risks of today’s complex world.

Feeding the World 2015

Hilton Hotel Amsterdam,
Amsterdam, United Kingdom

This event will bring together senior government, private sector and civil society influencers and decision-makers to discuss how to feed the world in the 21st century, drive rural economic development and do so in a way that will allow us to live within our planetary boundaries.

The Algeria Summit

Algeria offers investors huge growth potential but has been beset by challenges. Our first Algeria Summit will bring together the country’s leading policymakers, business leaders and senior executives for a day of insight and debate around Algeria's economic potential.

Pharma Summit

Radisson Blu Portman Hotel,
London, United Kingdom

The leading strategic pharma event returns for its 21st year in 2015. Once again bringing together the most influential decision-makers in the industry. You can rely on this gathering to always offer new perspectives on the key strategic issues facing pharma.

Arctic Summit 2015

The third Arctic Summit will return to Oslo for 2015. It is the only event that brings together all Arctic stakeholders, from mining and hydrocarbon business and investors, Arctic Council members and observer states, to local community representatives and environmental experts to debate the future of the region.

Azerbaijan Summit 2015

Four Seasons Hotel Baku,
Baku, Azerbaijan

The Azerbaijan Investment Summit 2015 will bring together key decision makers from around the world to Baku for inward and outward looking perspectives of the key opportunities and challenges facing a nation in transition.

Talent Management 2015

London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square,
London, United Kingdom

The Economist's Talent Management event convenes over 150 global talent and HR leaders, corporate executives and influential thinkers for strategic discussion on talent and leadership issues. Each year we provide the latest thinking and bring experiences of some of the most successful companies in the world to the debate.

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