GFL17: Download the Official White Paper!

Whitepaper

Since 2014 the Global Female Leaders Summit has been the major economic forum for female executives all over the world. Over the years the international event attracted hundreds of high profile attendees and earned its reputation as the “Female Davos”.

The Global Female Leaders Summit 2017 took place from 7th to 9th May at The Ritz-Carlton in Berlin. And it was the biggest event yet! Over 250 top-level executives gathered in the German capital in order to discuss five of the most pressing economic and political challenges humanity faces today.

Our key topics for 2017:

Global Female Topics

Global Female Leaders 2017: A Thorough Look Back

To sum up this great event in a single blogpost would be nearly impossible. Fortunately, we don’t have to try this, because our dear partner Accenture provided us with an in-depth White Paper, that you can now download on our website!

Just fill out the form below and enjoy over 50 pages of insights and key takeaways from the 2017 summit. We thank Accenture for their contribution and hope you enjoy the read!

Review Global Female Leaders 2017: Official Whitepaper

The Global Female Leaders 2017 summit took place from 7th to 9th May 2017 at The Ritz-Carlton in Berlin. Our dear partner Accenture provided us with an in-depth White Paper, that you can now download for free!


Further Readings

Leading Change and Making a Difference

Leading Change and Making a Difference

Futurologist Anabel Ternès von Hattburg interviewing scientist, virologist and entrepreneurial business leader, Helga Rübsamen-Schaeff – a truly distinguished line-up! Prof Helga Rübsamen-Schaeff has developed breakthrough medicines against infectious diseases and is a change-maker, impacting the lives of countless people.

Audrey Tang and the Power of Trust

Audrey Tang and the Power of Trust

To an audience drawn from business leaders around the world, Audrey Tang is a breath of fresh air and inspiration. The Minister is quietly confident that challenges are there to be overcome, and without a second thought, they apply the creative thought processes and deploy the resources required to overcome them.

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