Foreign Policy’s Tech Forum returns this September against the backdrop of the 77th U.N. General Assembly and Climate Week. As the digitalization of global economies accelerates and geo-strategic competition intensifies, governments around the world are developing tech-focused policies that will affect supply chains, impact the ability to trade and operate across markets, and carry implications for the future of global health. Our program will feature thought leaders and experts from the public and private sectors, as well as other changemakers working to shape our digital future.
Tune in on Wednesday, September 21, to hear insights about the most pressing issues facing the world today, including how trends toward protectionism and techno-nationalism could fragment global markets, inhibit innovations’ potential to reach scale, and undermine international collaboration needed for health, safety, and security in the digital age. Learn more about FP’s high-impact Tech Forum by checking out our inaugural 2021 program.
This event will be held in person in New York City and will also be live streamed to a global audience. Ready to start the conversation online? Use the #FPTechForum, and keep an eye out for updates on our event page!