Chairman and CEO of Operation HOPE, John Hope Bryant, will be in France on 9/25-9/26 as part of the 100-City Book Tour and share #TheMemo and discuss his bestselling book How The Poor Can Save Capitalism.
On Thursday 9/25 Chaiman Bryant will be at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) conference at OECD Conference Centre, Paris to do a presentation on the book that will include a Q&A and end with a book signing.
OECD has partnered with the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) to discuss Productivity Growth and Innovation in the Long Run. The highly publicised event will include many notables from the academic and policymaking communities.
Chairman Bryant continues his 100 City Book Tour at the Positive Economy Forum in La Havre. He will be a panelist for Changing Our Patterns: new patterns for a positive society with the discussion on transforming models, human and business for a better society.
Other panelist include:
Benoit Legrand, General Director, ING France
Pascal Baudry, Business manager, psychoanalyst, professor and writer
Bernard Leblanc-Halmos, Coach, trainer in management company, École du Génie mutuel
Gilles Babinet, Chairman Captain Dash, Digital champion for France to European Union
Soumia Malinbaum, President, AFMD, Charged with Business Development, Keyrus
Jean-Marc Daniel, Historian, economist, ESCP
Jean-François Toussaint, Doctor and physiologist professor, University Paris Descartes
Sonu Shivdasani, CEO, Soneva Group & Founder, Slow life Foundation
Rédouane Najmeddine, Chairman of Executive Management Board, Al Barid Bank
Ali Bou Imajdil, Strategy Director, Al Barid Bank
Saskia Sassen, Expert in globalization and urban sociology, professor, Columbia University
Watch the 4-minute movie on How The Poor Can Save Capitalism here.