One Young World 1 st – 4 th September 2011 Zurich
Would you like to further develop your youngest stars and leaders? Are your aims embedded in the culture of your young employees? Do you want to be a company that gives your rising stars the experience of a lifetime and opportunity to change the world? Do your company’s development programs get enough positive coverage by media in Europe and around the globe?
Welcome to One Young World the premier global platform for your future leaders.
<ul><li>One Young World in 9 points </li></ul><ul><li>A global media platform and an annual summit. </li></ul><ul><li>Aimed at 20 – 26 year olds from all 194 countries (114 last year). </li></ul><ul><li>Cost to send one delegate that covers all expenses and safe return to native country just 3000 Euros. </li></ul><ul><li>An excellent talent development platform for the young </li></ul><ul><li>The ‘Junior Davos’ (by CNN) & called (by Marketing week) ‘the most forward thinking CSR project ever attempted’. </li></ul><ul><li>250 global brands sent their best last year. </li></ul><ul><li>You can send your own people or sponsor people from communities around the globe that you feel you would like to support. </li></ul><ul><li>One Young World’ second summit will be in Zurich in September 1st – 4th 2011. </li></ul><ul><li>There are corporate partnerships for technology and other services available. </li></ul>
Winner Event awards 2010 – Best Conference New Media awards 2010 Website Standard of Excellence Winner IMA WINNER 2010
86% SOURCE: Euro RSCG Worldwide study, “The Future of the Corporate Brand”, Feb 08. Percentage reflects average of US, UK, France findings SOURCE: Euro RSCG Worldwide study, “The Future of the Corporate Brand”, Feb 08. Percentage reflects average of US, UK, France findings It’s important that companies stand for something other than profitability
Media: Coverage in over 200 global media channels: BBC Worldwide, BBC Global News, BBC London, BBC Brazil, BBC Arabic CNN, CNNi Al-Jazeera Reuters Wall Street Journal Washington Post The Economist Canal + ABC CCTV The FT The Guardian Exposure across the blogosphere, Huffington Post, MTV think, Vogue, Virgin One Young World live radio broadcast of BBC World Service World Have Your Say - +67 million listeners worldwide Thousands followed live stream online Ros Atkins, presenter of BBC World Have Your Say, speaks to delegates during the live radio broadcast
What our sponsors say ‘ We firmly believe that One Young World is the best environment to develop our future business leaders, at all levels as both innovators and responsible global citizens .’ Patrice Thramer Global Director Backyards Sustainable Business & Innovation, Nike
‘ The world in which our next generation of business leaders will be operating will be more interconnected and more interdependent than anything we see today. Our One Young World delegates understand this but One Young World brought it to life for them, challenging and developing their view of the future and their role in it. Meeting people of their own generation from across the globe, who had such differing life experiences and views on the future for the world was describe by our delegates as humbling, challenging and hugely inspirational. What they gained from One Young World will always stay with them and will influence their professional and personal decision making long into the future.’ David. J.Wilson BT Group What our sponsors say
What our delegates say "One Young World was a fantastic opportunity for young people to discuss vitally important global issues with delegates from across the world – it was inspiring and encouraging to see many countries working together. The resolutions agreed were not just words on a screen, as the conference gave us invaluable networking opportunities to ensure genuine and practical ways forward are worked out". Samuel Pritchard Delegate BA
Martin Davidson - Director General of the British Council Anne M Johnson - Head of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at University College London Desmond Tutu - Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Kofi Annan - Former Secretary General of the United Nations Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus - Leaning Exponent of Social Business Bob Geldof - Musician and Charity Campaigner John Kerry Flavia Pansieri - Executive Co-ordinator of UN Volunteers Rachel Haltom-Irwin - Youth Vote co-ordinator for the Obama Presidential Campaign Yasmin Alibhai-Brown - Journalist and Broadcaster Zoya Phan - Organiser of Burma Campaign UK Elio Leoni-Sceti - Global CEO of EMI Osvald M. Bjelland - CEO of Xynteo and founder of The Performance Theatre Tony Fernandes - Founder and CEO of AirAsia Ken Costa - Chairman of Lazard Bank Clarence Seedorf - Founder of Champions for Children and UEFA Footballer Jennifer Corriero - Founder of Takingitglobal.com Santanu Das - Founder of TranSwitch Corporation Alejandro Toledo - Former President of Peru Oscar Morales - Founder of One Million Voices Against FARC Nick Haysom - Director of Politics at the United Nation Richard Sambrook - Director of BBC Global News ONE YOUNG WORLD COUNCELLORS 2010
Case study: How One Young World was activated within Companies HP ‘Promotion within a global corporation’ <ul><li>The Senior Vice President (HR/Global Fast Track ) loved the One Young World idea when approached in the USA. She distributed One Young World idea with an early stage presentation deck to her counterpart’s in each territory across the globe. The criteria given for participation was – “if you have the talent and the budget, you may make decision yourself” . There was an Overwhelming response – 48 young people nominated and attended. </li></ul><ul><li>The cream of HP were selected and sent via Regional HR departments. </li></ul><ul><li>The HP delegation experienced a great depth of participation at the One Young World summit in 2010. </li></ul><ul><li>Created a powerful network of HP people globally. </li></ul><ul><li>Acted as an inexpensive way of creating a global youth summit for HP and a ready – made way to hit HR KPI’s. </li></ul><ul><li>Sponsored delegates 2010 - 48 </li></ul><ul><li>Proposed sponsorship 2011 - 55 </li></ul>
Why Should your company get involved for Zürich 2011? <ul><li>One Young World provides the following for your company and employees: </li></ul><ul><li>A ready-made leadership development platform for your young employees. </li></ul><ul><li>An environment where your young people, are mentored and counselled by truly global leaders, Desmond Tutu, Kofi Annan, Muhammad Yunus, Bob Geldof, who they would otherwise not have such access/proximity to. </li></ul><ul><li>Gives your delegates and your brand a powerful and visible global media platform. </li></ul><ul><li>It is vital that Russia as a global power house is involved in this unique media platform. </li></ul><ul><li>Proves your investment in a sustainable future for you by investing in your most valuable resource – your young people. </li></ul>
Looking forward to 2011 1,600 delegates 194 countries
One Young World 2011 Zürich 1 st -14 th September
EACH DELEGATE PLACE COSTS JUST €3000 THIS COVERS RETURN FLIGHTS FROM ANY OF YOUR OFFICE LOCATIONS WORLDWIDE, FULL ENTRANCE TO THE 3 DAY SUMMIT, HOTEL ACCOMMODATION, LOCAL GROUND TRANPORT, MEALS AND SUSTENANCE AT THE SUMMIT. How to get involved
The Business Day Burt’s Bees President & Chief Executive Officer John Replogle. Addresses the One Young World Summit in 2010
Confirmed One Young World Counsellors for 2011 Returning Counsellors for 2011: Muhammad Yunus Bob Geldof New Counsellors for 2011: Fatima Bhutto Mo Ibrahim HRH Prince Haakon of Norway Anthony Jenkins CEO Barclays Global Retail Banking Paul Poleman Global CEO Unilever Wael Ghonim, Google’s Middle East Executive
Selecting And Funding Delegates Companies, governments & educational institutions or individuals 1 You select the valuable young people you believe have the greatest leadership potential. 2 You register on the One Young World website as a delegate champion. 3 Your selected candidates register as delegates. 4 The One Young World Delegate Director welcomes and liaises with your delegates. (sends welcome pack) 5 The One Young World delegate Director then liaises with you to finalise arrangements. 6 Registration for One Young World 2011 completed. Don’t want to select a candidate but want to champion delegates? 1 You register One Young World website as a delegate champion. 2 A One Young World Delegate Director will then send you a selection of the most highly rated and appropriate delegates profiles, from our pool of registered candidates on Facebook. 3 You then select the delegates you want to sponsor from this pool. 4 Your selected candidates register as delegates. 5 The One Young World Delegate Director welcomes and liaises with your delegates. (sends welcome pack) 6 The One Young World delegate Director then liaises with you to finalise arrangements. 7 Registration for One Young World 2011 completed.
To register your delegates for 2011 please visit www.oneyoungworld.com Or make contact directly David Alexander [email_address] Thanks for your time
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