Business & Philanthropy
The Dao: Social Innovation in a Post-Covid World
21-23 November 2022, Singapore
The 6th Business and Philanthropy Forum
21-23 November 2022, Singapore
A three-day premier gathering and immersive learning for global families, family offices/foundations, tech/web3 founders and investors, regulators and nonprofit leaders, in-person in Asia's wealth hub Singapore.
The Business and Philanthropy Forum is the most exclusive gathering on such state-of-the-art topics as global philanthropy, family succession, social innovation, and technology ventures that integrates business and philanthropy in Asia.
As an important part of the global political and economic landscape, Asia has seen many new wealth families, who have huge demands for wealth succession and charity, in recent years. At the same time, governments around the world are also actively promoting philanthropy and pushing the establishment of more and more charitable foundations and family charitable trusts in Asia, making philanthropy an important way for wealthy families to give back to society and accumulate international social capital. In Asia, many ultra-high-net-worth families have the ambitions to play a bigger role on the global stage through strategic planning for philanthropy and advocacy for social innovation.
Driven by the technology-led new economy in the region, the wealth in Asia is booming. High-tech iteration and the rapid development of Metaverse have created vast opportunities and greater space for impact investment and business-philanthropy integration and innovation. Many new wealthy families here in Asia are today’s new economic engine which represent new growth ideas and new economy opportunities; while centuries-old families that “maintain rich beyond three generations” represent the resilience and wisdom accumulated in their multi-generational history. Our forum brings together new and old wealthy families around the world, with philanthropic planning, social innovation, technology venture capital and family inheritance as common interests and values, to help them build consensus and trust, seek synergistic development and impact investment opportunities in the field of business and philanthropy, and explore the ways of social innovation in the post-pandemic era.
Moreover, the past years have seen huge inflows of Chinese families, especially high-net-worth families into Singapore. The Singapore government’s advocacy and promotion in digital innovation and fintech has attracted a large amount of new rich and leading tech entrepreneurs in relevant fields. Based in Singapore, the Business and Philanthropy Forum provides those Asian families with a valuable opportunity to learn and practice social innovation.
Our conference draws inspirations and aspirations from many UHNW families, who have not only achieved success in their business and but also aim to achieve the same influence in the field of philanthropy, to hold a philanthropic “Davos” belonging to Asia. The Forum composed of offline plenary meetings, impact investment program roadshows, and masterclasses ensures that you are not only participating in a conference, but also learning and practicing on the platform to meet the different needs of your individual, family and institution. The sixth Business and Philanthropy Forum will be held in Singapore from 21st to 23rd November 2022. Please schedule your time. We look forward to your participation in this social innovation feast in the post-pandemic era.
The Event at a Glance
distinguished speakers from across the world
by-invite only VIP guests for the private forum
impact investment road shows by both traditional tech and web3 founders
masterclasses delivered directly by world-class business and philanthropy leaders, tech and web3 founders
Main Themes to be Discussed at the Event
Philanthropy planning and business succession for founders’ families in Asia
Tech founders road shows and family office impact investment
NFT for charity fundraising and philanthropy innovation
Wealth management and Fintech
Social innovation in a post-Covid world