The Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit is a global convening that brings together 500+ leading stakeholders from 55 countries to connect, exchange, and collaborate. Now in its 11th year, the Summit is the largest convening of its kind in North America for the youth economic opportunities community.
The 2017 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit theme will explore what the future of work holds for young people in developing contexts and for professionals working to expand youth economic opportunities globally in a changing world of work.
Explore investment opportunities and learn about latest trends in the Nordic Market on ESG & Impact Investing!
The Fourth TBLI CONFERENCE NORDIC will be held in Stockholm, hosted by Nasdaq.
What to expect
• A carefully curated program tailored for both ESG and Impact Investors
• Practical Workshops with case studies, market analysis and lessons learned
• Interactive TBLI Masterclasses on opportunities, innovation and risks
• High-Level Plenary Sessions with seasoned ESG investors, entrepreneurs, CSR and SRI specialists
• Entrepreneur Pitching Salon featuring pre-qualified businesses
Curious to explore our previous TBLI CONFERENCES NORDIC? Click here
The African Microfinance Week (referred to as the SAM, based on the French acronym) is a conference organised by the African networks AMT (African Microfinance Transparency) and MAIN (Microfinance African Institutions Network), and by ADA with the support of the Luxembourg Cooperation.
SAM’s main ambition is to become the major microfinance African event; bringing all professionals together to one event saves time and financial resources.
European Microfinance Week (EMW), 16-18 November, brought together over 470 opinion-leaders, top management of banks, funds and other financial institutions, practitioners, academics, analysts, raters and industry commentators to present key innovations, challenges and the work conducted in the previous year by e-MFP’s several dedicated Action Groups.
With a fantastic line up of plenaries: the opening one introducing the finalists of the 7thEuropean Microfinance Award, another on Microfinance and Housing – the topic of next year’s 8th Award, and the closing plenary on Digital Finance: Full inlusion or empty promise?
The plenaries were complemented by 24 workshop sessions across six main streams: green microfinance; investors, donors and funders; rural finance; social performance; and digital innovations – some of which built on the work of the Action Groups as well as issues laid out in the plenary sessions. They included financing sustainable energy, agricultural value chain finance, microfinance for refugees, several on client protection and impact evaluation, and a series of sessions over both days related to the big theme of education – including education and child labour, and a double session on financing of education, covering both implementation and funding.
Following last year’s extremely successful event, e-MFP is pleased to announce that European Microfinance Week will take place 29th November – 1st December 2017, in Luxembourg.
Save the date and we look forward to welcoming you to a dynamic EMW 2017!
Further details will be available shortly.
If you’d like to learn more about EMW, check out the 2016 event here