The Atlantic's fourth annual Small Business Forum will explore the extraordinary diversity of small business ventures and investigate the policies that can promote-or discourage-entrepreneurship of all types.
Join The Atlantic for a town hall event, where we will convene entrepreneurs, doctors, researchers, business leaders, patient advocates, and health officials to discuss what technology can do to enhance care and encourage healthy living.
The Atlantic, in partnership with the MAC AIDS Fund, will convene leaders in social justice and philanthropy, both young and old, for a discussion that will aim to not only inform, but inspire action among the leaders of tomorrow.
Join us for a town hall event, where we will convene doctors, business leaders, researchers, community organizers, patient advocates, health officials and others, to discuss strategies to promote better health, improve patient outcomes, and rein in costs.
What's Next? Navigating Global Challenges with the Innovation Generation will highlight today's game-changing ideas and the individuals who are transcending borders to solve the world's most pressing problems.
Now in its sixth year and hosted in partnership with the Aspen Institute, the Washington Ideas Forum has developed a reputation for fostering creative thinking about the critical issues affecting our national identity, politics, and core values.
The Atlantic's interview series is traveling to the west coast for a conversation with not one, but two entertainment executives: Endemol North America Co-Chairmen and Co-CEOs Cris Abrego and Charlie Corwin.
Hosted by The Atlantic in partnership with The Aspen Institute and Bloomberg Philanthropies, CityLab is one of our most innovative programs of the year, bringing together 300+ of the world's top mayors, urban experts, city planners, writers, technologists, economists, and designers.
National Journal and The Atlantic will convene experts on education and policy, as well as leaders in the Hispanic community, to spark dialogue around the social barriers to progress and the next steps toward making STEM careers fully accessible to Hispanic Millennials.
The Atlantic explores what industry and academia are doing to equip the workforce with the skills needed to succeed in this new era and how local leaders are strengthening the resurgence of the manufacturing sector.
In the fifth event in The Atlantic's ongoing View from the Top interview series, Paul Levy joins The Atlantic's Washington Editor-at-Large Steve Clemons for a conversation about his career trajectory and experiences as a leader in the financial industry.
On June 4, The Atlantic will travel to Richmond, VA, for the second event in this program series. Thanks to advanced software and new technologies, modern manufacturing has become one of the most innovative industries in the world.
Join The Atlantic on May 21 as we explore the Future of Medicine: A Conversation on Cost and Value by delving into issues such as: affordable quality care, international drug pricing, and the import and the importance of maintaining active research and development.
In 2014, The Atlantic launched a series of conversations across the country on how we can "build the future" - of manufacturing, of biotechnology, and of energy. On April 16, The Atlantic will be coming to Worcester, MA for the second event in this program series.
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