The 2015 HOPE Global Forum Announces Steve Case Revolution CEO and Chairman, Pivotal to Discussion on Entrepreneurship
One of America’s most accomplished entrepreneurs will join a “conversation session” focused on the impact of entrepreneurship, innovation and technology in a global setting
ATLANTA, GA – October 29, 2014 – Today, Operation HOPE (HOPE), the leading global financial dignity nonprofit announced that internet pioneer Steve Case the Chairman and CEO, Revolution LLC; Founder and Partner Revolution Growth; Co-Founder America Online; Chairman UP Global; Chairman The Case Foundation as a featured speaker on the Main Stage for the 2015 HOPE Global Forum in Atlanta, GA, January 15-17th, during the Martin Luther King Weekend.
The annual forum, hosted by HOPE at the Omni Hotel in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, will bring together heads of state, C-suite executives, civic and financial leaders to outline a vision for the future of the modern global economy. This vision that includes all people as HOPE sees the poor, underserved and teetering middle class as untapped assets for economic growth, entrepreneurship and job creation.
Case is one of America's best-known and most accomplished entrepreneurs and a pioneer in making the Internet part of everyday life. As the leader of Revolution, a Washington, D.C.- based investment firm he co-founded in 2005, Steve partners with visionary entrepreneurs to build significant ‘built to last’ new businesses. (complete bio)
Since 1992, Operation HOPE has been providing financial dignity and economic empowerment to over 2 million individuals worldwide. Through our work, we turn check cashing customers into banking customers, renters into homeowners, small business dreamers into small business owners and minimum wage workers into living wage consumers. For additional information about Operation HOPE, go to www.operationhope.org.
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Posted by Natasha Eldridge, Senior Fellow, Office of the Chairman