Global Leadership

Answering the biggest questions of our time

Cultural shifts, climate change and a life-altering pandemic — society and its most powerful industries have experienced tremendous changes over the past year. Now with the unruliness of the pandemic slowly coming to an end, it’s time to convene today’s brightest leaders and luminaries to delve into the latest disruptions, the incoming trends and the answers to this year’s theme: ‘How do we get the next 10 years right?’

With a remarkable mix of founders, CEOs, policy mavens and modern-day icons, we take you on a tour of the biggest questions, achievements and challenges of our time with some of the world’s best. From the next wave of artificial intelligence to the ongoing climate crisis, this stage offers a rare and exciting opportunity to take notes from the people shaping the future of our digital age.

What’s in it for you?

Peer into the knowledgeable, inspiring —and sometimes unpredictable — minds of the people reimagining the future of aviation, education, politics, retail, research, finance and leadership.

Discover how humanity’s biggest industries have shifted under the pandemic and how they can emerge better and stronger than ever.

Meet the post-Brexit British powerhouses for a tour of the latest investment trends and opportunities in environmental, social and corporate governance.

Learn how to lead differently and build better, more diverse teams as a catalyst for thriving creativity and growth.

Tour the roadmap to achieving Net Zero and why the climate emergency is the biggest economic opportunity in the last 200 years.

Get answers to the biggest questions, including

What regulation is coming for Big Tech?

How do we clear the path to reach Net Zero?

What is the economic outlook for the next 3-5 years?

What tech disruptions are on the horizon?

SPACs and IPOs: What role can London play?

Meet the speakers

We have to fundamentally change our thinking and our behavior. There’s an enormous upside to dealing with [the climate crisis] properly, but it requires leadership. We need to start to change the language around the climate crisis, get back to the table, and do something about it.

— John Kerry, United States Special Presidential Envoy for Climate