“In 2019, we organized the Sustainability & Innovation Forum, which was a real success. We wanted to do it again this year, but the Covid prevented us from doing so ”, explains Katelyn Heath, communications officer at the FACC. “We then thought about an event 100% online, our first, dedicated to the economy, innovation and sustainable development”.
Organized over three days from November 17 to 19, the One Forum program aims high. It will be inaugurated by a conference by Jean Tirole, Nobel Prize winner in economics in 2014, who will speak about the post-covid economy. Among the other highlights, discussions on the themes of diversity in the company, on how to export your company to the United States and on innovation in the face of Covid. “The One Forum will bring together more than 350 French and American leaders, including business leaders and players in the New York economy”, details Katelyn Heath. “It will also be a networking event, thanks to the Hubilo platform that we use”. Concretely, the participants will be put in touch with each other at the end of each day, and will be able to meet and discuss remotely, facing the camera.
The One Forum is available for $ 100 for members of the FACC, but is also open to others for $ 250. It is also possible to take a day ticket. Information and prices here. “We invite you all to join us, regardless of your profession and professional background, for an event that promises to be inspiring and that will celebrate New York entrepreneurship”, sums up Katelyn Heath.
The FACC of New York, which has more than 1,000 members, offers working people – French, American or other nationalities – events (conferences, networking) by theme or by sector, such as luxury goods, the food industry or finance. . She also has a co-working space (currently unavailable due to the Covid-19 epidemic).