eNotus participation

Current Events

2019


January 2019

22-25 Davos, Switzerland / World Economic Forum. 

22-24 Chicago, USA / Smart Cities International Symposium & Exhibition.

March 2019

8-11 Austin, USA / SXSW Cities, Government & Politics Track. 

14-15 Tokyo, Japan / B20 G20 Tokyo Summit.

April 2019

2 Vienna, Austria / GOVTECH PIONEERS. The Next Era: Future Governments.

8-12 Geneva, Switzerland / World Summit on the Information Society WSIS. 

15-17 San Diego, USA / Smart Cities Week San Diego. 

24-26 Málaga, Spain / New Economy & Social Innovation (NESI) Global Forum.

May 2019

20-21 Paris, France / OECD FORUM 2019 World in E-Motion.

20-22 Tokyo, Japan / URBAN 20 G20 Tokyo Summit.

24 Paris, France / International Economic Forum on Latin America and the Caribbean.

26-27 Tokyo, Japan / T20 G20 Summit.

28-31 Geneva, Switzerland / AI for Good Global Summit.

June 2019

3-5 The Hague, Netherlands / The Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES). 

5-7 Chicago, USA / Pritzker Forum on Global Cities. 

10-12 Washington DC, USA / AWS Public Sector Summit. 

10-14 London, England / London Tech Week.

12-13 Bangkok / Responsible Business & Human Rights Forum.

17-23 Amsterdam / WeMakeThe.City 

19-29 Amsterdam / Blockchain EXPO EUROPE.

20-21 The Hague / SMART>CITY Global event. 

28-29 Osaka, Japan / G20 Summit

28-1 Honolulu, USA / The United States Conference of Mayors, 87th Annual Meeting. 

July 2019

2-4 Puebla, Mexico / SmartCITY Expo Latam Congress. 

8-11 Rotterdam, Netherlands / The Urban Resilience Summit. 100 Resilience Cities. 

17-19 Houston, USA / Sister Cities International: Cities Mean Business. Annual Conference.

August

25-27 Biarritz, France / 45th G7 Summit. 

September 2019

12-13 Paris, France / OECD Global Blockchain Policy Forum.

17-20 Córdoba, Argentina / 5th World Forum of Local Economic Development. 

17-30 New York, USA / 74th session of the UN General Assembly.

24-25 New York, USA / SDG Summit. 

30-2 Washington DC, USA / Smart Cities Week Washington DC. 

October 2019

1-2 Paris, France / OECD Trust in Business Forum

7-10 Brussels, Belgium / European Week of Regions and Cities. 

9-10 Amsterdam, Netherlands / World Summit AI. 

7-11 Vancouver, Canada / EcoCity World Summit. 

9-12 Copenhagen, Denmark / C40 Mayors Summit.

30-1 Sydney, Australia / Smart Cities Week Australia.

November 2019

4-8 Malta / Malta A.I. & Blockchain Summit. 

9-11 Durban, South Africa / Global Parliament of Mayors Annual Summit. 

11-15 Durban, South Africa / UCLG World Congress and World Council.

20-22 Beijing, China / Bloomberg New Economy Forum. 

19-21 Barcelona, Spain / SmartCity Expo World Congress.

20-23 San Antonio, USA / NLC CITY Summit. 

January 2020

7-10 Las Vegas, USA / Consumer Technology Association (CES) Conference.

April 2020

7-8 Dubai, UAE / Future Blockchain Summit. 

Past Events

September 28 to 30 2016
European Forum for New Ideas
The Future of Work,
Poland

September 26 2016
The Business Performance Excellence Summit
Chicago, USA

September 23 & 24 2016
Global Governance Program
World Trade Forum, Italy

September 15 2016
Digital Marketing Innovation
Los Angeles, USA

September 4 & 5 2016
G20 Leaders Summit Hangzhou, China

September 3 &4 2016
B20 Summit Hangzhou, China

June 24 2016
Global Innovation Summit 
Stanford University
California, USA

June 21-23 2016
OECD Forum and Ministers meeting on Digital Agenda
(Cancun)

May 31 June 1 2016
OECD Week Paris G & B 20 meetings
(Paris)

April 18-22 2016
OECD Integrity Week
(Paris)

April 16-17 2016
G & B 20 Meetings IMF
(Washington DC)

March 31 2016
UNECA Conference of African Minister’s
(Addis Ababa)

March 23 2016
B20 China Special Workshops at BOAO Forum
(China)

March 14-18 2016 
OECD Investment Week
(Paris)

Jan 26 2016
B20 Kick Off Meeting
(Beijing, China)

November 15, 16 2015
G20 Leaders Summit
(Antalya, Turkey)

November 14 ~16 2015
B20 Summit
(Antalya, Turkey)

November 12 – 16 2015
T20 Summit
(Antalya, Turkey)

October 6, 2015
B20 Digital Economy Forum
(Istanbul, Turkey)

October 5, 2015
OECD B20 Digital Economy Forum
(Istanbul, Turkey)

July 13th – 16th 2015
Financing for Development
(Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA)

June 10 – 12 2015
World Chambers Congress
(Torin, ITALY)

June 5th 2015
B20, BIAC Value Chain Meeting
(Paris, FRANCE)

June 1st – 5th 2015
OECD Week
(Paris, FRANCE)

June 1st 2015
B20 SME Task Force
(Paris, FRANCE)

November 1-3, 2011
Wise – Qatar Foundation
(Doha)

March 25-26, 2011
Columbia University’s African Economic Forum
(New York)

March 3,2011
Citizenship and Immigration In A Globalized World With Patrick Well
(New York)

December, 2010
Wise – Qatar Foundation
(Doha)

September 20-22, 2010
High-level Plenary meeting on the Millenium Development Goals (MDG Summit)
(New York)

September 13-15, 2010
Higher education in a world changed utterly: Doing more with less
(Paris)

May 26, 2010
First Meeting Of the MENA-OECD Business
Council

(Paris)

November 19-19,2008
MENA OECD Wporking Group 2 and Enetrprise Financing Network
Council

(Bahrain)

May 18-19, 2008
eNotus Attends GAID Meeting in Kuala Lumpur
Council

(Malaysia)

April 3, 2008
A New Look at Malawi
(Malawi)

April 14, 2008
African Presidential Luncheon 2008
Council

African Presidential Luncheon 2008
(Boston, MA)

November 28-29, 2007
OECD Ministers Meet in Cairo(Cairo, Egypt)

November 20-22, 2007
Commonwealth Heads ofd Government Meeting and Business Forum
(Kampala, Uganda)

November 14-16, 2007
The US-Africa Business Summit
(Cape Town, South Africa)

July 6-8, 2007
TG8 Summit Germany June 6-8, 2007
(Germany)

July 5-6, 2007
The Global Compact Leaders Summit
(Geneva, Switzerland)

May 15-17, 2007
2007 Annual Meeting, Board of Governors African Development Bank Group
(Shanghai, China)

January 31- Frebruary 2, 2007
West Africa Investment Forum 2007
(Africa)

January 20, 2007
African Union Summit
(Africa)

The eNotus vision is a single information standard by which all nations can view economic opportunities, examine the minutiae of distant markets and adopt world-best practice for international and domestic trade.

Our vision is to enable investment to more easily target efficient production and cost effective service providers in developing economies, increase investment flows into these economies, help their private sectors to raise growth rates, and to connect their labor markets to global opportunities.

For information please contact:

Reymond Voutier, Executive Chairman
reymond.voutier@enotus.com

Americas
David Hough
david.hough@enotus.com

Asia/Pacific
Nigel Arthur
nigel.arthur@enotus.com

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