Bogota opens its doors to a new edition of the World Business Forum

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WOBI en Bogotá
Bogota will host a new version of the World Business Forum (WOBI) on June 5 and 6 at the Julio Mario Santo Domingo Theater in Bogota. For two days, hundreds of people passionate about business will meet to learn and be inspired during talks from some of the most influential figures in the world of business. These include executives, entrepreneurs, innovators, thinkers, artists and athletes. 

This new version of the event will have a more human approach with themes relevant to today’s leaders that will stimulate and inspire others. WOBI Humanification 2018, makes reference to valuing talent, nurturing creativity, unlocking potential, networking, listening to clients and humanizing technology, as stated by WOBI on its website. The event is thought of as an enhancer for the diversity and creativity of those who have had success in their businesses.  

Great benefits, opportunities for business and inspirational conferences are what this version of WOBI has to offer to its attendees. Between high impact speakers and more than 1,300 business leaders, participants will have the possibility to create important business connections. 

WOBI features the presence of eight speakers that will inspire new leaders to integrate new technologies, strengthen their companies and create products that satisfy the needs of clients. 
This year's speakers: 

  • Steve Wozniak: Co-Founder of Apple Computer.
  • Santiago Íñiguez de Onzoño: Professor of business management, former Dean of IE Business School and today one of LinkedIn’s 500 Global Influencers.
  • Kelly Peters: CEO and Co-Founder of BEworks. 
  • Gary Hamel: One of the most influential figures in modern management, he is an author, consultant and professor at London Business School. 
  • Randi Zuckerberg: Director of Marketing for Facebook and founder and Executive Director of Zuckerberg Media. 
  • Jonah Berger: Professor of marketing at the Wharton School, scholar of human influence. 
  • Shawn Moon: Leader in Business Management, Sales Performance, customer loyalty, global practice 50, and acquisition strategy at FranklinCovey. 
  • Ian Williamson: Helen Macpherson Smith Chair of Leadership for Social Impact at the Melbourne Business School. 

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