World Innovations Forum consists of Entrepreneurs, Investors and Enablers from currently 27 countries. The purpose of the group is to build a Silicon Valley Style culture and mindset, bringing entrepreneurs to top level performance, ready to successfully compete on global markets, no matter where they come from. The work is set to result in self propelled economies, so that every country becomes independent, self sufficient and on eye sight with other nations.
The founders have no commercial interest in the engagement and are in the process of creating a foundation for the World Innovations Forum.
We see a world, where prosperity is possible in all nations by accelerating entrepreneurship and innovation, leading to autonomous self propelled economies from within the respective nation. It will help eradicate hunger and poverty.
We are helping by advising for the best possible infrastructure, richer mentorship, best possible investment opportunities and governmental support to accelerate entrepreneurship and innovation. At the same time we are advising entrepreneurs grow substantial, Silicon Valley style companies, receiving the necessary capital, go international, and double today’s startup success rate. We do that through a variety of programs, awareness initiatives, education and individual advice.
Here at the World Innovations Forum, no problem is too big, no solution too bold, and no idea too crazy. If one can think it, they can create it. We are here to help entrepreneurs make the impossible a reality, for the benefit of all of us.
To kick the project off, we wanted to connect all innovation stakeholder from the world. We planned initially an event in Lucerne, Switzerland.
It didn’t work out as planned. It was too early to short notice, the event too expensive. So we focused on community building first.
We decided to organize the kick-off as an online event so more people could participate.
We toured almost 2 month through Asia visiting contacts and ambassadors in Nepal, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan.
An overwhelming 500+ people from 40 countries participated in an amazing 3 day online event.
Now we run accelerator programs, ‘go global’ initiatives and seminars across the countries
We are now preparing to found the World Innovations Forum Foundation (NGO)