The Next Frontier: Creating Positive Impact for Sustainable Growth

COUNTRY

South Korea

Date & time

02 February 2018

9:00am

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02 February 2018

12:30pm

About this event

About the seminar

In this new era of globalization, creating enduring social and economic values simultanesly is the key to business success.

This seminar will look at global trends of public private partnerships in Korea’s ODA and the need for further collaboration. The seminar will provide an overview of Positive Impact Partnerships, as an innovated framework through multi- sectorial collaboration.

A panel of speakers from both the public & private sector will discuss multi-sectorial structure to tackle social issues and develop businesses through collaborating with stakeholders. Furthermore, we will explore the social and  economical impacts to be brought through multi-sectorial partnerships.

Keynote Speaker

Alonzo Fulgham is an International Development Policy, Planning and operations Executive, currently leading global business initiatives of Galileo Energy Partners, BV. Alonzo served as the first Chief Operating Officer of the United States Agency for International Development and was appointed as Acting Administrator of USAID by President Barack Obama in February 2009.

Speakers and Panelists

Mr. Alonzo Fulgham (ex-Commissioner, USAID)
Dr. Dong-sung Cho (President, Incheon University)
Mr Jeong Jin-kyu (Director General of Development Cooperation Bureau, MOFA)
Mr. Jae-Hoon Kwak (CEO & Managing Partner, Pan-Impact Korea)
Dr. Seung-hun Chun (President, Korea Institute for Development Strategy)
Dr. Youngho Wang (CEO, Ksight Consulting)
Mr. Joan Cabezas (Director of Global Private Sector Solutions, Palladium

VENUE:
Chrysanthemum Room (2F),
Grand InterContinental Seoul
Parnas Hotel
521, Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu,
Seoul, Korea

REGISTER:
Christina Robinson (Palladium)
E: christina.robinson@thepalladiumgroup.com
Hongmin(Andrew) Chun (KDS)
P: 02-539-7347 / 010-3711-9175

* Registration from 8:30am
* Networking session and lunch to be held from 12:30pm

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