From October 28-29, the Horasis China Meeting in Las Vegas will play a proactive role in the trade and investment relations between the US and China.
Some 400 global leaders in business and government, including Kim Reynolds, Governor of Iowa, Suzanne Clark, President at US Chamber of Commerce, and Ray Li, CTO at Apollo.io, will gather to engage in discussions that revolve around the theme of US and China dialogue and joint innovation projects.
Over the course of the two-day conference discussions will be held on topics such as the economics of going green, the role of millennial entrepreneurs, US-China diplomatic relationships, and more.
This year’s Horasis China Meeting will gather a list of political leaders, including:
- Kim Reynolds, Governor, Iowa
- Pete Ricketts, Governor, Nebraska
- Kristi Noem, Governor, South Dakota
Joining them will be numerous CEOs and representatives of the world’s most respected organizations, including:
- Suzanne Clark, President, US Chamber of Commerce
- Borja Gonzalez del Regueral, Vice Dean, Professor of Business Analytics and Innovation, IE
- George Iliev, Director, Association of MBAs
- And many others
The Horasis China Meeting is one of four annual meetings put on by Horasis, which also includes the Horasis Global Meeting, the Horasis India Meeting, and the Horasis Asia Meeting.
Chairman Dr. Frank-Jürgen Richter, a former director at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, founded the organization behind the conference in 2005.
“Horasis was founded on the principle that tackling the world’s most pressing economic, social, and political issues necessitates productive dialogue and collective collaboration,” said Dr. Richter.
As someone who advises world leaders in business, politics, and academia, Dr. Richter spends 80% of the year traveling the world, creating long-term relationships with global policymakers that have the power and influence to transform society.
Before the Horasis flagship event in 2018, Dr. Richter told The Sociable what he thought of the media comparing the WEF with Horasis.
On where he wanted to see Horasis in the next five years, he added, “We want to become the foremost gathering of global business leaders and eminent government leaders.
“We would like to create impact – not through revolution (though sometimes an idea might do just that) but by discussions that educate and which also draw together former opponents. The world has too many active conflict zones – these we can’t halt.
“We have a great opportunity through our active network of government leaders, thought leaders in industry, commerce, and in the religious establishment to bend ears and attitudes.
“It is a slow process but I believe we can prevail and help to develop a richer, more socially aware and peaceful society.”
The 2019 Horasis China Meeting is co-hosted by the China Federation of Industrial Economics, Las Vegas Sands Corp. and the US Chamber of Commerce. Co-organizers includes the Center for China & Globalization, CCPIT, IE Business School and US-China Business Council.