#GEC2023 is happening against a backdrop of global connectivity and challenge. It’s not another talkfest – it’s a large-scale opportunity for collaboration and collective action.
Since 2009, the Global Entrepreneurial Congress has travelled to 12 nations, with 2023 its first visit to the Asia-Pacific region.
We want your help to make this event the start of the most important conversations we’ll have in our lifetime.
** complimentary registration is limited to our valued Eco System leads and builders and not available for general distribution. Please do not share this code or other leaders and builders will miss their opportunity for a complimentary registration.
We have 10 sessions that can be filled by GEN Australia. To support this, can you please propose 2 to 5 session topics related to your area? We will align these ideas with the overall program.
First: Based on work you have done as well as the outputs from our sessions to date what would be the one, two, or three conversations you feel would most significantly shift the dial in your sector or impact area?
This does not mean these are the only sessions GEN Au will be granted in the GEC program, but they are some we can quickly allocate to allow things to move faster
We have sessions in motion around Indigenous VC Funds, Precinct Development & Building a $1b Fund but happy to discuss if you have contacts you want to see included.
Suggestions will be audited at the next GEN Global, GEC program meeting, please share your current ideas by Monday 21st November.
Additional ideas will be presented at following meetings until the 10 sessions are allocated.
A network of Australian experts and their global counterparts collaborated on the focus areas and priorities for #GEC2023. A series of high-impact sessions will spotlight five massive challenges facing humanity and explore how entrepreneurs are addressing them through exponential technologies and game-changing solutions.
Expect to hear from global and local thought leaders on the biggest challenges and opportunities within Food & Agriculture, Health & Life Science, Creative Industries, Education, Fintech and Financial Services, Space and Defence, Sports, Tourism, Government, and Mining, Resources and Energy.
The sessions are designed to provide four days of actionable intelligence, collaboration and collective action:
Entrepreneurs thrive in times of change. Investments in early-stage and growth-stage companies are reaching new highs. Total value creation of the global startup economy has reached $2.3 trillion over the last three year – and what a three years it has been.
This revolution isn’t just happening in established startup hubs like Silicon Valley, London, and Shanghai – it’s happening in thousands of small and emerging ecosystems and communities around the world.
The GEC creates opportunities for founders to share new business models and connect with experienced mentors and investors who help them scale; hosted thought leaders challenging the status quo; policymakers intent on incentivising entrepreneurs and removing barriers, and academics exploring new ways of working and new sources of data.
You’re on this page because you already get it. We want to equip you to tell people about #GEC2023 – so including the suggestions above, here are some messages you can use:
See you at #GEC2023. It’s time to transform your world.