Zermatt Summit is the platform of reference to change the hearts and minds of leaders and find alternative models for a sustainable world with more humanity
As a NGO / ASOCIATION MEMBER, you will have the unique opportunity to contribute to this vision and be a privileged member of discussions and projects helping to create an economy to serve the Human Being and involving all stakeholders.
You will be part of the group of actors and partners gathering for the purpose of humanizing the processes of globalization by formulating practical recommendations.
In this position, you will have access to speakers and experts, and participate in the development of selected projects.
By having your name and logo associated with the Zermatt Summit, you will enhance your image of a pioneering and enlightened organization / association and will build considerable value by being linked to a world-class summit dedicated to exploring people- centered solutions to the current global crisis.
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Its members commit themselves to sharing their experiences, to defending common values and to training themselves for the profession of “entrepreneurial director”.
By belonging to the CYD, the entrepreneurial director complements his own path to professional success. The CYD aims through the promotion of new and surprising ideas to make a company more people-conscious and more competitive. For this reason, the CYD movement, creator of the Global Performance concept, is always evolving.
Founded in 2000, Philias is the leading corporate network in Switzerland successfully promoting Corporate Social Responsibility and enabling its members (representing over 140’000 employees) to integrate CSR into their business strategy and practice: “Doing well by doing good”.
UNIAPAC Europe is an ecumenical federation of associations, a meeting place for Christian Business Leaders. Its goal is to promote, in the light of the Christian Social Teachings, a vision and an implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility serving people and common welfare of the World.
The Résonnance Foundation, recognized of pure public utility, was born in 1998 from the desire “to offer classical music in places where it isn’t… ” (hospitals, retirement and nursing homes, institutions for disabled, penitentiaries and firms) as well as in its schools, conveying the rigour and values of the Résonnance Pedagogy.
The three founding principles: free tuition, no age limit and no competition.
Here at the World Future Council we endeavor to bring the interests of future generations to the centre of policy making. We inform policy makers about future just policies and advise them on how to implement these. Political solutions for the challenges of our time exist.
Aconcagua Summit is an initiative impulsed by the Fundación Desafío, a nonprofit entity whose mission is to generate the conditions to awaken, form and communicate a more humanized culture in Chile and in the World. Its vision is to become active co-creators of a model of globalization that puts human beings at the center and that responds to the great social problems we suffer as humanity.
Rather than leaving societal needs for the government or business sectors to address, social entrepreneurs are creating innovative solutions, delivering extraordinary results, and improving the lives of millions of people.
It is this insight into the power of social entrepreneurs that led Bill Drayton to found Ashoka in 1980 and that continues to guide Ashoka today.
Ashoka envisions an Everyone A Changemaker™ world: a world that responds quickly and effectively to social challenges, and where each individual has the freedom, confidence and societal support to address any social problem and drive change.
The Right Livelihood Award was established in 1980 to honour and support those “offering practical and exemplary answers to the most urgent challenges facing us today”.
It has become widely known as the ‘Alternative Nobel Prize‘ and there are now 145 Laureates from 61 countries.
The Foundation Desafío de Humanidad is a nonprofit entity whose mission is to generate the conditions to awaken, form and communicate a more humanized culture in Chile and in the World. Through it’s more than 20 years of history, it has developed several ways to give form to this process, all of them based on the encounter of human beings. It has also built many bridges between worlds that do not usually meet, like political, business, social and communication.
The HEC Alumni Association constitutes a link between HEC Lausanne, the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Lausanne and the business world. The association is made up of 10’000 alumni, whose directory is constantly updated, available on the web site of the association www.alumnihec.ch.
The vocation of the association is to emphasize the importance of maintaining a professional network. Company visits, HEC clubs in seversl cities, mentoring, career advice, conferences open to students help create long-lasting relationships between members of all ages and walks of life.
The association also publishes the HEC Alumni Magazine twice a year, bridging the gap between the Faculty’s research and the business world.
Founded in 1998 by Norwegian social entrepreneur, Kristin Engvig, W.I.N. is a mission driven global leadership organization that has become the reference for women working internationally, and for companies active in women’s leadership and diversity & inclusion. It develops, empowers and connects leaders with a feminine, authentic and global vision. Through its annual WINConference, corporate networking groups and global mobilizing events W.I.N. inspires exceptional women leaders, experienced managers, entrepreneurs and talents worldwide.
This year W.I.N. will hold the 15th annual global WINConference in Rome, where Plenaries and workshops will focus on the theme Make Space: Find Possibilities. Join us and be a part of it! www.winconference.net
The Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative (GRLI) is a worldwide partnership of companies and business schools/learning organisations working together in a laboratory of change to develop a next generation of globally responsible leaders. The GRLI engages in thought leadership, advocacy and projects to achieve measurable impact. Founded in 2004 by EFMD and the UN Global Compact, today it comprises 74 partner (member) organisations who join based on their commitment to transforming leadership development. It is a member organization, a foundation, an advanced laboratory and a movement.
Over the past years the GRLI has developed the concept of global responsibility as a higher order of responsibility beyond CSR and catalysed the creation of two new academic journals (Journal of Global Responsibility and The Sustainability, Accounting, Management and Policy Journal). It’s current work includes a framework to measure global responsibility (The GRID) which has been successfully tested in a number of organisations.
Current projects and activities include faculty development, the establishment of a worldwide network of local Councils for Leadership, Business Summits, Academic Conferences, research into the Corporation of the 21st Century, a young ambassadors programme, blueprinting the business school of the 21st century ( Rio 50 + 20, Management Education for the World) and a book series. The GRLI meets twice per year in General Assemblies hosted by a partner organisation.
The IMD Alumni Club of Switzerland – Lausanne is part of the IMD Alumni Network, a powerful business network of more than 75’000 executives worldwide who have participated in an IMD program. The Network comprises some 45 active clubs around the world. The IMD Alumni Club of Switzerland -Lausanne offers on-going learning and networking opportunities to alumni through regular events.
Réseau Entreprendre® International is a network of 9,500 entrepreneurs (4,000 members, 5,500 laureates supported), and 60,000 jobs created since 1986. Present in 6 countries (France , Belgium, Morocco, Tunisia, Italy, Switzerland), it’s mission is to support local business owners in the creation of a new association based on the Réseau Entreprendre® pattern (this local association will aim to support new entrepreneurs) and to create a European and Mediterranean network of entrepreneurs.
Reseau Entreprendre® Suisse Romande was created on Jan 30th 2012, and is a member of Reseau Entreprendre® International. Our mission is to support new entrepreneurs, enabling the creation of sustainable jobs in Switzerland. The mentoring by experienced entrepreneurs facilitates the decision-making process and helps minimizing risks, while ensuring that the new entrepreneur makes his own decisions. Every year, our network provides over 55,000 hours of free advice.