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Posted at: Sep 5, 2017, 1:34 AM; last updated: Sep 5, 2017, 1:34 AM (IST)

City entrepreneur to take part in Geneva meeting

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, September 4

Karanvir Singh, a young entrepreneur from the city is going to attend Annual Curators Meeting (ACM), organised by the Global Shapers Community, an initiative of World Economic Forum in Geneva, Switzerland.

The community is a global network of young people having exceptional potential and achievements to reshape the world. Singh is among 450 ‘Global Shapers’ across the world.

He has been selected to attend the meeting by the Annual Curators Meeting (ACM). The forum is to be held from September 8 to September 11.

Singh said he had been part of the community and had been attending such conferences earlier.

He said the youths from different countries would exchange perspectives on global issues and other global key challenges.

The youth would be engaged in skills-based learning with peers and global experts. They would also interact with international experts.

“The curators will have an opportunity to showcase their expertise and local impact,”he said.

They would also learn from and support potential and current projects and initiatives driven by Young Global Leaders and Schwab Foundation Social Entrepreneurs, he said.

They would interact at three locations including World Economic Forum headquarters, United Nations and World Trade Organisation.

He further said he had been working on several public-private Partnership (PPP) projects. He said he had attended several international forums as a speaker including innovation, technology, international business, motivation and entrepreneurship.


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