FT-Telefonica Millennials Summit - Sao Paulo

Today’s adult millennials live in an interdependent and interconnected era. These future leaders are shaping how society will evolve and will be the drivers of meaningful change. But what are the influencers and motivators of this interactive generation? What is driving this change, and are millennials connected to each other globally? Is change a global millennial movement, or is it an individual choice?

FT-Telefónica Millennials Summit: The Interactive Generation, is the second part of a high-profile global series of events organised by the Financial Times and Telefónica that continues the global conversation on the impact of the millennial generation on society. Sharing further new findings from the largest-ever global survey of more than 12,000 adult millennials, this summit will provide thought-provoking insights into the next generation of innovators and will explore their views on current society, the changes they envision in the future, and how they will drive that change. This global conversation, following the successful launch in London, will focus on the influence of the millennial generation in effecting lasting societal and economic change.   What are their perspectives on social issues and equality? Will an uncertain global economy encourage adult millennials to become entrepreneurs and find new paths? Is technology a driver or a hindrance to millennial aspirations and day-to-day lives?
This series of summits will conclude with a call-to-action by policy makers in Brussels later this year.
Featuring special keynote insights from:

Alec Ross, former Senior Advisor for Innovation to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

Jorge Chediek, Resident Coordinator to Brazil, United Nations Development Program (UNDP)

Marco Gomes, Founder and CMO, boo-box
 Moderated by:

Michael Skapinker, Assistant Editor and Columnist, Financial Times

Joe Leahy, Brazil Bureau Chief, The Financial Times
Silvio Meira, Full Professor of Software Engineering at Universidade Federal de Pernambuco and Chief Scientist, Recife Centre for Advanced Studies and Systems (CESAR)
Places are strictly limited and subject to approval by the Publisher. 
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