July 09 2014
Operation HOPE Announces Wells Fargo as Platinum Partner for Global Forum
November 12 -- 13, Atlanta International Convention Center
ATLANTA – July 10, 2013 – Operation HOPE (HOPE) today announced longtime supporter, Wells Fargo, as a Platinum Partner for the 2014 HOPE Global Forum in Atlanta at the International Convention Center on November 12 – 13. As a major partner, Wells Fargo will be featured prominently in the Forum activities.
Under the theme, Reimagining the Global Economy: Expanding Free Enterprise for All, the Forum provides a galvanizing backdrop of C-suite leaders in business, finance, government, philanthropy and NGOs from around the world. The Forum serves to transform ideas into action, connecting HOPE’s mission for capitalism to work for the working poor and struggling middle class.
The two-day event is a culmination of HOPE’s stimulating exchange of ideas, challenging debate, networking opportunity in a unique and inspiring setting. Last year, HOPE’s conference drew more than 1,200 people, representing 25 different nations.
HOPE Forums combine targeted keynote remarks that provide a vision for the future, global leadership town hall sessions that encourage strategic thinking and plenary sessions that focus on tangible and tactical actions that can make an impact.
Leaders from the global, national, local and regional government come together at HOPE Forums with private, corporate, community, and academic sectors to help America and the world discover sustainable solutions to our economic challenges at this critically important time. Sharing best practices and speaking on financial literacy and economic empowerment issues from business, legislative and educational perspectives, HOPE Forums seek to encourage discussion and provide insight into an ever-changing industry.
As details unfold in the coming months leading up to the summit, important announcements will be issued, detailing the scope and key players for the event.
To learn more about sponsoring the 2014 HOPE Global Forum please call 213.891.2900 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.