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Globalisation & Politics Keynote Speakers

Keynote Speaker & Experts on Globalisation - Thanks to globalization, business, and political relations both between nations and citizens are getting closer. This intercommunication is not only taking place in the areas of politics and industry but also the arts, craftsmanship, education, and society. Technological development, political choices to liberalize global trade and rapid population growth in multiple countries are recognized as the central causes of globalization.

Issues in Globalization & Politics


Challenges related to globalization are a global competition, changing currency and global economic circumstances. But there are also problems like dwindling natural resources and energy, industrial organizations confronted by new situations as well as international crises (BRICS, Syria/Iran/Turkey, Russia/Ukraine, Israel).
Our expert speakers have the facts and are thoroughly informed, skilled and educated. Global crises currently have a massive impact on politics. Drawing from their own experience as well as personal connections, our speakers can join up the separate dots and show current and future national and global challenges.
John Bercow Speaker of the House of Parliament London

John Bercow

John Bercow: I never aspired to be Speaker simply so I could say, "I am the Speaker of the House of Commons" and tell my children that.

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Keynote Speaker Ayesha Khanna

Ayesha Khanna

"...we are at the frontier of the Information Age and are now beginning the Hybrid Age, an era of human-machine interdependence." (Ayesha Khanna for the Economic Times)

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Yanis Varoufakis Premium Speakers

Yanis Varoufakis

Yanis Varoufakis is Former Minister of Finance in Greece. He is a global Economist & Finance Expert

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Martina Fuchs talks about finance and business

Martina Fuchs

Martina Fuchs believes in the Chinese proverb ”不怕慢,就怕站”, which translates into "it's better to make slow progress than no progress at all."

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