AsBloomberg New Economy builds toward its fourth annual flagship Bloomberg New Economy Forum, November 16-19, today it announced updates to the program, participants and impact initiatives led by its delegate community of public and private sector leaders from around the world.
The global economic challenges deepened by the pandemic bring a special level of urgency to this year’s New Economy Forum,” said Michael R. Bloomberg, Founder of Bloomberg L.P. and Bloomberg Philanthropies. “The quick transition from COP26 to the Forum gives us a unique window of opportunity — and we plan to seize it, by working together to accelerate our recovery in ways that build a stronger, healthier and sustainable economy.”
The forum is collaborating closely with the Singapore Government on protocols to provide a safe environment for its in-person delegates, enabling them to focus on the discussions around the positive work of connecting developed and developing economies, as various global dynamics threaten to exacerbate national rivalries and divisions. Delegates will need to be fully vaccinated1 and will undergo mandatory daily pre-event testing. To ensure a safe environment for the delegates to meet in, necessary measures to ensure health and safety will be applied, including the deployment and use of TraceTogether2 (TT)-only SafeEntry3 check-in and mandatory mask wearing while maintaining one metre safe distancing between individuals.