Expanded multi-stage format brings attendees more opportunities to collaborate on solutions for a brighter future
NEW YORK, July 20, 2023 – Thomson Reuters (TSX/NYSE: TRI), a global content and technology company, announced the return of its Reuters NEXT leadership summit on November 8-9, 2023. The two-day conference will convene over 350 leaders from business, government, NGOs, civil society, media, culture and academia in New York City to address today’s critical challenges. Reuters NEXT will also be broadcast live to Reuters subscribers and streamed on the agency’s social media channels.
“Society is navigating multiple challenges all at once, from technological breakthroughs to climate change, the economy and a fragmented geopolitical landscape,” said Reuters Editor-in-Chief Alessandra Galloni. “Reuters NEXT provides global leaders the forum for meaningful discussions to inspire and drive action towards a brighter future.”
Curated by Reuters award-winning journalists, Reuters NEXT 2023 will examine six main themes: Finance & Banking, Climate & Sustainability, Technology, Geopolitics, Economy & Markets, and A Fairer Future. Interviews and discussions hosted by Reuters correspondents will set the news agenda, deliver exclusive insight and break news.
New for Reuters NEXT 2023 is the summit’s expansion to include multiple stages, giving attendees more opportunities to understand and dissect the crucial challenges facing our world today and find solutions for a better tomorrow. The agenda features:
World stage – Led by Reuters Editor-in-Chief Alessandra Galloni, Reuters editors and correspondents will host live interviews and panel discussions with global industry and political leaders to address the critical challenges facing business and society.
Banking & Finance stage – Reuters Global Banking and Markets Editor Paritosh Bansal, U.S. Finance Editor Lananh Nguyen and financial correspondents will discuss the industry’s future at one of its most turbulent times with senior executives and policymakers.
Artificial Intelligence stage – Reuters Global Technology Editor Ken Li and industry leaders will explore generative AI’s business and social implications, the ethical challenge of breakneck technology development and where the smart investment money is going.
The Studio – Reuters journalists and guests will dive deeper into some of the most buzzworthy trends and development and analyze hot topics, including the future of work, space, self, technology and money.
Reuters Breakingviews Executive Briefings – Reuters Breakingviews Global Editor Peter Thal Larsen and his team of expert commentators will sit down with industry CEOs in a series of Chatham House-style roundtables to discuss the trends and predictions shaping the year ahead.
jj.minder @ tr.com