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PV Global Meetings of Intl textile/fashion industry
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Dec '11
Just a few months from the event, the line-­up of the PV Global Meetings is starting to emerge. And what a line-­up! 7 key players and leading commentators on the world's economy have enthusiastically agreed to take part in the first annula meetings of international textile/fashion industry organised by Première Vision:

Pascal Lamy
Director General of the WTO (World Trade Organisation) since September 2005.

Sergio Cabral
Governor of the State of Rio de Janeiro. A rising politician in Brazil.

Stéphane Garelli
Director of the World Competitiveness Centre and Professor at the International Institute for Management Development and the University of Lausanne.

Ricardo Antonio Weiss
CEO of the Tavex Corporation since 2008.
Member of various professional associations, including ABIT (Brazilian Textile and Clothing Association and Sinditextil (Association of Textile Industries of the State of Sao PauloL

Bernardo Stuhlberger Wjuniski
Senior Analyst for Latin America at Medley Global Advisors (MGA), a leading global provider of macro policy intelligence service based in New York. He is one of Latin America's most promising economists.

Jean-­Michel Noir
Chairman and CEO of Redcats, the distance-­selling subsidiary of PPR and a global leader in the industry.

Vito di Bari
Considered one of the 3 most important futurists in the world.
Noble prize-­winner Kenneth Arrow once said of him: He engineers dreams. Feasible dreams, based on solid facts.

Other prominent personalities are in the piplline to take part in this first PV Global Meetings, taking place Friday, 17 February 2012, the day following Première Vision, in the historical rooms of the Palais Brongniart in the heart of Paris.

Stephen Sackur will be moderating the discussions and debates. A leading journalist, he also presents BBC's HARDtalk, for which he has interviewed many international personalities, from Shimon Peres to Gore Vidal, Richard Dawkins, Jimmy Wales and others.

Through the PV Global Meetings, Première Vision aims to provoke reflection and high level discussions touching on key issues related to economic news and strategic marketing in the sector.

The Program for the fist addition:-
• After a plenary session in the morning taking of the global economic situation and prospects and international trade

• 3 Workshops will focus on specific themes:-
Brazil, Internet, International sourcing

• A Plenary session in the afternoon will focus on new horizons for thought and strategic outlooks

The high-­level PV Global Meetings are for decision-makers across the international textile/fashion sector- business leaders, managers, experts, etc.

Première Vision


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