"Our ambition is to be the most inclusive and forward-thinking community of leaders, CEOs, entrepreneurs, scientists, policy makers, artists and activists in the world.
Following the success of CogX Festival 2020, over three days, 44,000 attendees, including 1200+ speakers and 3000+ global leaders came together to enjoy expert-led 18 topics.
But we did not want to stop there. Especially now that the 'New World of Work' is here to stay. So we have created a year-round programme of CogXtra’s - weekly, single topic, half day virtual events - beginning on the 2nd September 2020.
These unique events are co-curated with our partners around a single topic selected from the 18 CogX Festival stages, including Global Leadership, the Cutting Edge, Ethics, Health & Well-Being, Planet and Smart Cities, Next-Gen Infrastructure, Fintech and the Future of Financial Services, GenZ and much more."
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A new topic each week
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How is a CogXtra different?
We’ll be launching our CogXtras on the 2nd September on the CogX LIVE Network.
You can expect:
30+ x half day 8am to 2pm including 3 hours of editorial sessions, 3 hours of side events and networking - with the afternoon free.
100k + Audience
An audience of cross sector, cross domain, with wide range of roles from CEO to Student, Global Leaders, entrepreneurs, activist and much more
1000s of exhibitors each hosting side events
Roundtables, product launches, customer workshops & pitches
With interactive Q&A and Live Polls
Of Expo Booths, Side Events, Speakers and Members
Why join a CogXtra?
Reduce the cost and time of building new relationships by networking instantly across the CogX community
Get an edge and hear from some of the most brilliant thinkers, experts and visionaries in the world
Fastest way to find out about the latest innovations, solutions and products that are relevant for you, with our intelligent recommendation algorithm.
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Former United States Ambassador to the United Nations & Professor of Practice at Harvard School and Harvard Law School
68th United States Secretary of State, Founder World War Zero
Founder, Stemettes & Trustee, Institute for the Future of Work