Think Future, which takes place 6-8 November in Cape Town, is bringing together change makers from around the world to find new ways to help young children prosper, by helping them develop these five attributes:
Over two and a half days, participants will delve into and explore five global disruptors – social movements, the sharing economy, accelerating technology, decentralisation and environmental consciousness – that are driving global change. These will inform and inspire inventive ideas and transformative approaches to ensuring the five critical attributes are instilled in all young children. The conference will feature several connecting-the-dots sessions led by early childhood care and education experts, which will link talks to the challenges and limitations of preparing today’s children to thrive in the future.
Who should attend? Entrepreneurs, inventors, innovators, thought-leaders, early childhood development service providers, communicators, media, tech companies, incubators, accelerators, financial institutions, big businesses, small businesses, educators, health professionals, scientists, teachers, students… Anyone who wants to be part of ensuring that today’s babies are equipped to become tomorrow’s leaders.