Wharton University’s Culture Entrepreneurship Conference 2018 highlights

Wharton’s Culture Innovation Conference 2018, taking place July 15-20 in New York City, is being held to promote the field of culture entrepreneurship and raise awareness of the industry’s importance to the global economy.

The inaugural Wharton Culture Entrepreneurial Conference is scheduled to showcase Wharton graduates and industry leaders from around the world, including speakers from around a dozen countries.

Wharton will host the first-ever Wharton Business Innovation Summit, which will focus on business development for the emerging global economy, Wharton alumni and partners, and industry professionals.

“This is the perfect opportunity to bring Wharton to life in the global marketplace, with the opportunity to inspire and educate the next generation of cultural entrepreneurs and investors,” said Wharton President John L. Doerr.

“We are proud to partner with Wharton, one of the world’s premier institutions of higher education, and to share the Wharton mission with the world.

The Wharton Innovation Summit will provide an important opportunity for Wharton students and Wharton faculty to network, engage, and engage in dialogue with leading figures in the business, tech, and finance sectors.”

The Wharton Global Entrepreneurs Program is a two-day conference, which takes place Aug. 15 and 16, and the Whartons global business leadership program will be held on Aug. 16 and 17.

In addition, Wharters global marketing program will also be held, with its participants including Wharton alum and business leader Chris Dixon, founder of online marketing and marketing services company Koolaid, and Whartners own product, the Whateley.

Wharton has been a leading university in business and technology for more than a century.

In 2018, it received the prestigious “Culture Excellence Award” from The Business Week and received the “Top 10 Business Schools” by Business Insider, among other prestigious awards.

Whartors reputation is recognized worldwide, with many international and national organizations recognizing the university for its business leadership.