Frank-Jürgen Richter, chairman at Horasis, previews the upcoming Horasis Global Meeting that will bring together 600 CEOs and discusses French President Emmanuel Macron’s visit with U.S. President Donald Trump, and the future of trade. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Mark Barton on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg, 25.04.2018)
A question Davos has yet to address
Next week at the annual Horasis Global Meeting of business and world leaders, five CEOs, each from a different faith tradition (Catholic, Confucian, Evangelical, Mormon and Muslim), will share with their peers how faith inspires and animates their work in business. This is an issue the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos has yet to take up.
Brian Grim will moderate.
Many global events seem beyond control and ultimately affect people locally. People become disillusioned, and without hope fall prey to despair and populism. How may we develop trust, faith and togetherness to enable inspirational progress that can develop economic, political and spiritual change? Businesses by and large are secular, but how are they impacted and inspired by religion?
- – King Husein, Chief Executive Officer, Span Construction & Engineering, USA
- – James Kong, Assistant Secretary General, The World Federation of Confucius Descendents, Hong Kong
- – Don Larson, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Sunshine Nut Company, Mozambique
- – Ali Ahmad Makahleh, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, 3Du, Jordan
- – Fleur D. S. Spari, Chairperson, Mahrberg Group, Liechtenstein
- – Chaired by Brian J. Grim, President, Religious Freedom & Business Foundation, USA