The milestone 50th Wharton Global Forum in Hong Kong is behind us, but we are still basking in the glow of this intellectually invigorating and profoundly enriching four-day event.
Browse through photos, video, and more to relive this fantastic experience, and continue your pursuit of lifelong learning with interviews from Bloomberg News and an insightful special report from Knowledge@Wharton.
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“I would say the Forum is almost a mini-MBA during the two and a half days. You get updated with a lot of fresh things, you have fabulous insights from world thought leaders, and you meet incredible people.”
– Goran Seifert, WAM’95
“The speakers have talked about major issues and challenges facing the world. It’s going to take a community like this to overcome a lot of those challenges. This Forum is a good step to try to tackle those things.”
– Rich Grant, WG’08
“Throughout these two days of programming, the words you hear a lot are Lifelong Learning. That is what Wharton is all about.”
– Victoria Mio, WG’98
Keynote sessions, networking breaks, immersion treks, and the spectacular gala dinner – look back at photos of all the new memories made at the Wharton Global Forum.
Missed part of a keynote or torn between concurrent sessions? The “graphic recorders” at SketchPost turned every presentation at the Wharton Global Forum into a hand-illustrated infographic in real time. These fun and inspiring data visualizations perfectly capture the content and energy from Hong Kong.
Forum guests had front-row seats as Bloomberg Markets interviewed keynote speakers George Hongchoy, Carrie Lam, Catherine Leung, and David Rubenstein on topics explored at the Wharton Global Forum.
China: New Ambitions, New Directions: Read this special report from Knowledge@Wharton on China’s remarkable economic growth and promising future
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