Claudia Azevedo, CEO of Sonae, will be present at the World Economic Forum in Davos on January 17 to talk about vocational retraining.
Next Wednesday, at 12:15 pm (Lisbon time), the Executive will address the topic of reskilling at the European level, in an intervention entitled “The race to reskilling”, giving the example of Sonae, that is, the European R4E program and the Portuguese programme. PRO_MOV, you know the executive summary.
PRO_MOV by Reskilling 4 Employment is the national program that is part of the European initiative Reskilling 4 Employment (R4E), designed by the European Industry Roundtable (ERT). The goal of this program is to retrain one million Europeans by 2025.
In doing so, Claudia Azevedo will join the world's most influential minds who will discuss how to confront pressing global challenges, such as ensuring peace, combating climate change, and steering the technological revolution towards a positive future.
Davos is a resort located in Switzerland, where the World Economic Forum meeting is held every year. This forum is a non-governmental organization that includes about a thousand major companies around the world, and brings together thousands of business and political leaders.
Founded in 1971 by German economist Klaus Schwab, the Forum was then called the European Management Forum and worked to help improve corporate governance in European companies.
Every year the topic changes. Last year, for example, it was the turn of “Cooperation in a Fragmented World,” which is appropriate for finding solutions to the current economic, energy and food crises, according to the organization.
The central theme of this edition will be “Rebuilding Trust,” to provide a critical space to step back and focus on the core principles that drive trust, including transparency, consistency and accountability.
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