The focus of this year’s conference (December 12-13) will be the changing global economy and will host key figures in the Israeli and the international economy who will be discussing the latest and most pressing matters and challenges facing the Israeli society and the global economy.
The annual Globes’ Israel Business Conference, the biggest of its kind in Israel, will focus this year on the changing global economy and the new world order in the post-crisis age. The two-day conference is attended by more than 3,000 delegates, including Israel’s leaders, the country’s top executives, diplomats, and other important decision-makers.
The conference will take place on December 12th-13th, 2010 and will be launched in the presence of President Shimon Peres. The conference will host key figures in the Israeli and the international economy who will be discussing the latest and most pressing matters and challenges facing the Israeli society and the global economy. Among others, the matters to be discussed include the gas discoveries in Israel and the questions of royalties, the local real-estate prices – a bubble or a realistic market and Israel’s economic position in the eye of global economy. Additional discussions will be held on following topics: Israeli space technology as a growth engine and the war for world domination between China and the United States.
The sessions to be held at the conference will present geo-political and economic predictions and analysis for the coming years. The conference will lay out the trends in the changing world order, in the latest power centers of the global economy and the future growing markets. Topics will also include the impacts of the new media and social network era on the world economy and its influence on technology, communications, real-estate and infrastructure.