BEIJING, Sept. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- On the heels of the G20 Summit that shifted the world's attention to China this September, another conference held in the country is attracting global attention.
On September 9, 2016, the 2nd Global Social Entrepreneurs Forum opened at the Beijing Yanxi Lake International Convention & Exhibition Center, at which business leaders, corporate executives, representatives of NGOs and big names in the cultural and media sectors gathered in Beijing to discuss the theme of the forum, "Bearing the Mission of Our Times, Building an Eco-System Together", and provided advice on how to best fulfill one's corporate social responsibilities and find one's position in the new commercial landscape unfolding before us.
The event is a world-class financial and business forum bringing together global intelligence to solve economic problems facing the world. It is also an exchange and networking platform for entrepreneurs from all over the world, not only serving to indicate the direction of China's economic development but also offering an opportunity for entrepreneurs to maximize their value. At the three-day forum, distinguished guests, including Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Former German President Christian Wulff, renowned investor Jim Rogers, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, and world's leading relationship specialist John Gray, will give keynote speeches, and engage in round-table dialogs with Chinese entrepreneurs.
The Global Social Entrepreneurs Forum was co-organized by Beijing Huaxia Management College, BIZ Media Group, AirMedia, Bright Oceans Corporation, Lutie Media, Sun Media Group, Flying Graduate Academy of Business, genshuixue.com, Shihua Zhiye Investment Group and Beijing Sharefar. The forum provided attendees with a fully open exchange platform through keynote speeches, round-table discussions and Q&A sessions.
The topic for the opening day was "Mission, Responsibility and Ecology". Jiang Lanxin, founder of the forum, chairman of Shihua Zhiye Investment Group and president of Beijing Huaxia Management College, addressed the opening ceremony. He noted that the world of the future will be managed by people who take a positive approach to dealing with issues, yet are accurate and precise in their application of knowledge, have faith in what they are doing and are influential in their community. The real crisis lies in ethics and faith rather than in finance might, so the fundamental solution requires a full update of what corporate social responsibility means and how to fulfill those obligations as well as a rebuild of the ecosystem, opening the way for more business operators to become social entrepreneurs with dedicated sense of duty in terms of social causes, values and responsibility, and guiding them in considering social value and wealth as the most important component of enterprise value and wealth.
The Global Social Entrepreneurs Forum is one of the largest, most forward-thinking and influential NGOs entrepreneur forums as well as one that has won broad attention and strong support from government agencies and the greater society.
Big names attending the opening day of the forum included: Huang Mengfu, Wang Chunyi, Yu Dan, Zhou Zhonghua, Ji Lianqiang, Liu Ji, Cao Dewang, Peng Qingyi, Chen Xiangdong, Lou Yulie, Deng Wei and Wang Wenbiao. In addition, distinguished guests including Master Yancan, Qian Daqun, Luo Chongmin, Qiu Jibao, Jiang Xipei, Xia Hua, Li Yanjie, Wu Kezhong, Chen Jiulin, Xiong Xinxiang, Buddha Jiacuo, Zhao Tao, Rong Hai, Zhang Daili, Mao Daqing, each of whom gave a spirited and enlightening speech during the event.
China is currently going through a complex phase in the course of its economic development. With the deepening of the globalization process and the large amount of advocacy around adoption of "Internet+", a Chinese government program to stimulate the use of the internet and e-commerce solutions among the country's manufacturers, new variables and patterns are emerging rapidly, rewriting the country's business ecosystem and economic structure and changing business relations at an unprecedented pace. Given the new landscape, the hosting of Global Social Entrepreneurs Forum kicked off a large-scale discussion as to the ultimate goal of enterprise development.
Action speaks louder than words. All participating entrepreneurs pledged to carry out their missions with their heart and soul, agreeing to adopt a dedicated and committed approach to their responsibilities, respect and protect nature, the society and the environment that we live in. They will work together to encourage more entrepreneurs as well as the companies and organizations that they lead to pay heightened attention to corporate social responsibility and our ecological civilization.
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SOURCE Beijing Sharefar