SI Conferences provide proprietary information and proprietary analysis.
SI Conferences initialise and spearheads topics of concern to all relevant parties, creating access points to host synergies between sectors, all staged in and around key cities of political and commercial influence.
SI Conferences are unique, in that the HAS network serves as a conduit between various sectors and platforms to create symbiotic objectives within newly formed relationships. Ultimately, this influences the formulation of practical and effective policies.
SI Conferences influence policy makers who have greater exposure to the different sectors that are brought together.
SI Conferences are attended by thought-leaders, policy makers and key industry leaders. In turn, delegates gain access to the policy and political establishments, corporate sectors and numerous interest groups often precluded to normal channels.
SI Conferences are unique, consisting of a year-long cycle that are made up of the following phases:
Proprietary research & analysis conducted by experts that either speak at SI Conferences or are presented at conferences or sent to participants.
SI Conferences are attended by representatives of different sectors and industries who collaborate to deliver innovative and uniquely informed policy proposals and initiatives. Workshops are attended by sponsors and participants who raise opinions, debate and provide policy options, thus including attendees in the decision making process.
Debates and major policy recommendations generated by SI Conference talks and workshops are rapidly summarised and published in booklets that are presented to key policy makers, disseminated to news agencies and promoted in social media.
SI conference proceedings and workshop findings are represented to all-parliamentary groups and in the relevant fields. These are subsequently promoted to the media, interested NGO’s and corporations. Reflecting the diffused nature of power, participants of a conference are plugged into the policy making process by formulating policy proposals at workshops.
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