November 17-18, 2016
Information for our Hungarian speaking guests:
Az előadások és panel beszélgetések alatt magyar nyelvű tolmácsolást biztosítunk.
Why diversity matters?
OPEN Conference - the international diversity conference for business leaders
It is a well documented fact that diversity at the workplace increases financial performance, boosts creativity and innovation, and contributes to talent attraction and retention. Furthermore, employees generally feel better, happier and more loyal.
In a nutshell, being open is not only the right thing to do, but it also makes business sense - on every level.
This is what the OPEN Conference is about.
* Information for our Hungarian speaking guests: az előadások és panel beszélgetések alatt magyar nyelvű tolmácsolást biztosítunk. *
OPEN Lays Out the Business Case
OPEN is the international diversity conference for CEOs and HR, diversity, marketing and communications decision makers, as well as representatives of interest groups. OPEN represents a unique approach in Central and Eastern Europe - and presumably beyond. Designed for business leaders, while laying out the business case, it deals with diversity as a whole.
OPEN Showcases Best Practices to Inspire Changes the Next Day
OPEN aims to inspire positive change already in the short term. OPEN showcases best practices and zooms in a variety of pressing topics such as LGBTQ people, women, people with disabilities and ethnic minorities in the workplace.
As speakers, leaders from some of the world’s most impactful organizations, minds behind businesses with unusual solutions and inspiring thought leaders will be your guides along the way to build on diversity, leverage success, increase happiness – and do the right thing.
OPEN is to Build Your International Network of Diversity Advocates
OPEN is the annual forum for current and future diversity champions to meet, learn and share.
Join us 17 November at the conference, and stay with us on the 18th for a day of workshops, in Budapest, Hungary, the captivating capital in the middle of Central and Eastern Europe.