April 27, 2009 | Los Angeles, California, United States
The 2009 Milken Institute Global Conference will bring together some of the most extraordinary people in the world – from business executives, investors, and philanthropists to government leaders, journalists, and Nobel laureates – to discuss, debate, and deliberate the most difficult challenges facing businesses, investors, governments, and non-governmental organizations.
The Global Conference has become an important venue for thought leaders in a wide range of disciplines to present their views before an informed, influential audience and the news media. It is also an important place for peer-to-peer meetings to take place.
This year’s Global Conference will focus heavily on the global financial downturn, offering attendees a variety of unique solutions as to how we’re going to make our way of this mess.
Among the participants are hundreds of CEOs from the world’s top-tier companies, senior elected and appointed foreign and U.S. government officials, high-level executives in the American and foreign capital markets, global academic experts, and leaders in education, health care, and philanthropy.
Start Date: April 27, 2009
End Date: April 29, 2009
Los Angeles, California, United States
The Kauffman Foundation is a sponsor and will have an exhibit booth at the conference. Several Kauffman associates are also speaking at the conference.
Carl Schramm ( bio
Robert Litan ( bio
Harold Bradley ( bio
Visit the Global Conference Web site to register for the event. Registration deadline: April 10, 2009.