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Hungry for Solutions: HPE and the World Economic Forum Tackle Today’s — and Tomorrow’s — Food Challenges

CTO Mark Potter explores our first Tech Impact 2030 challenge — to help solve world hunger by 2030
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  • In collaboration with Purdue University, HPE is blending research, innovations and disruptive technologies to produce food, fuel and fiber more effectively than ever before
     
  • HPE and the World Economic Forum announced Tech Impact 2030, an initiative focused on bringing together technology, industry and government to power meaningful change by the year 2030

What If We Could Solve World Hunger?

CEO Antonio Neri shares how HPE and the World Economic Forum are convening global leaders to help solve for world hunger by 2030
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  • In partnership with the World Economic Forum, HPE launches a new open collaboration focused on bringing together the brightest minds in technology, industry and government to power meaningful societal change by the year 2030
     
  • Tech Impact 2030 will focus on tackling key societal challenges facing global populations — starting with helping to solve world hunger by 2030

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise and the World Economic Forum Help Solve World Hunger by 2030

Jointly launch Tech Impact 2030 to put technology to work, tackle global challenges and achieve real change for society
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NEW YORK, September 24, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Today at the World Economic Forum (the Forum) Sustainable Development Impact Summit, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) and the Forum committed to help solve for world hunger by 2030 through the innovative application of technology. HPE and the Forum are calling on public and private organizations to join them in an open collaboration to find solutions that will eliminate food insecurity and sustainably, nutritiously and inclusively feed a growing population.

Europe, Asia Lead the Way to the Factories of the Future

Summary: 
  • The World Economic Forum identifies nine of the best factories in the world
  • These “lighthouses” are selected from a survey of over 1,000 manufacturing sites based on a successful track record of implementing technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
  • Three of the nine “lighthouse” sites are in China, five are in Europe and one is in the United States
  • For more information about the Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2018, please visit: http://wef.ch/amnc18
  • Follow the conversation using #AMNC18
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  • The World Economic Forum identifies nine of the best factories in the world
  • These “lighthouses” are selected from a survey of over 1,000 manufacturing sites based on a successful track record of implementing technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
  • Three of the nine “lighthouse” sites are in China, five are in Europe and one is in the United States
  • For more information about the Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2018, please visit: http://wef.ch/amnc18
  • Follow the conversation using #AMNC18

Bold ideas for South Africa’s Development at World Economic Forum

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Schneider Electric, global specialist in energy management and automation, participated at the regional World Economic Forum (WEF) with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and members of the government recently. The forum highlighted the need to develop and strengthen partnerships between the private and public sector to engage on critical topics for South Africa's future development, including health, security, workforce, higher education, youth skills and governance.

Female Workforces Can Revolutionize Latin American Business

To bring change to SMEs, public policies are not enough. Entrepreneurs and managers must also embrace the cause of gender equality.
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Oscar Artiga | TechnoServe

Daniel Velasquez owns a small snack manufacturing firm in Honduras, which produces plantain chips sold in bodegas across the country. A few years ago, Daniel was struggling to consistently find enough plantains that met the company’s quality standards.

Supply issues are a typical headache for business owners, but the solution to Daniel’s problem came from an atypical place: a gender equality policy.

How the Digital Manufacturing Revolution Can Benefit Everyone

From Davos, HP’s head of 3D printing explores ways to democratize the technology that will change our world.
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By Stephen Nigro, President of 3D Printing Business, HP Inc. — January 25, 2018

Youth for Technology Foundation and HP Foundation Announce New Partnership to Boost 3D Printing Education

Available on HP LIFE, the course will introduce students to 3D printing; the uses, benefits and the opportunities that exist in the space
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At the World Economic Forum’s 48th Annual Meeting this week, Fundación Jóvenes por la Tecnología (YTF) and HP Foundation announced a new 3D printing course to be delivered through the HP Foundation Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs (HP LIFE) platform as a training course for individuals to learn how to use 3D printing and create entrepreneurial opportunities.

Legg Mason Presses for Progress in Celebration of International Women’s Day

Leaders in Legg Mason’s global distribution and in its independent investment affiliates provided insightful comments outlining how each woman has found professional successes.
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Today Legg Mason celebrates International Women’s Day with the rest of the globe – honoring the women of past and present who keep the world spinning on its axis, challenge the status quo and instigate change within their industry and communities. The mission this year is Press for Progress.

With the World Economic Forum's 2017 Global Gender Gap Report findings telling us that gender parity is over 200 years away - there has never been a more important time to keep motivated and Press for Progress.

These 3 Elements are Crucial to the Future of Electric Cars

The convergence of energy and mobility must be strategic, intentional and guided if cities and citizens are to receive the maximum benefits.
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Jean-Pascal Tricoire | Schneider Electric
Francesco Starace | Enel Group

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