(CNS): RF’s 19th Annual Economic Outlook Conference will take place on Wednesday, June 8, under the theme “Future Forces: Ideas Changing the World.” International guest speakers for the longtime local business forum include a blockchain entrepreneur, geopolitical strategist, global disruption expert, as well as an executive for Facebook and Google.
“This year’s conference will explore themes such as geopolitical forces impacting global powers, the future of work and hybrid work models, the future of investing, and the expanding role of digital assets. , and the future of technology and emerging trends that will change the way we live,” said Michael Anderson, president of RF Group.
“Over the past two years, the world has seen unprecedented disruption to our daily lives. Not only has the number of disturbed areas increased, but the rate of change has been exponential. While these changes create significant risks, they also provide huge opportunities that we hope to highlight,” he said.
The 2022 event will be held simultaneously in three regions: at the Kimpton Hotel here in the Cayman Islands, as well as in the Bahamas and the Eastern Caribbean. “Whether you are government or business leaders, or simply individuals trying to create strategies suited to the opportunities and risks ahead, this year’s RF Economic Outlook promises to deliver a full day of exciting and thought-provoking presentations that will empower you to take on the future,” Anderson added.
Prime Minister Wayne Panton will open the conference and the afternoon will feature a digital currency-focused panel discussion around regulatory and operational incentives and challenges for private sector organizations in blockchain and related technologies. The panel will be moderated by Tammi Sulliman, Director of Communications at Block.one.
Speakers at the conference include Dex Hunter-Torricke, head of communications for Facebook and Google, Keith Herman, serial tech entrepreneur and blockchain expert, John Sitilides, geopolitical and geo-economic strategist, and Shawn Kanungo, global disruption strategist.
“The world is undergoing rapid and seismic geopolitical changes that have penetrated the financial sphere, said Desmond Kinch, founder of Overseas Asset Management, a long-time sponsor of the conference. “Sanctions and other financial restrictions are being used as weapons in these Hot and Cold Wars We are especially looking forward to seeing John Sitilides share his insights and analysis of this complicated interplay between world powers at this year’s event.
For more information, visit the conference website.