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THE WORLD DIPLOMATIC FORUM 2014 CONFERENCE

Location: University of California San Diego
Rady School of Management
May 8th & 9th 2014
La Jolla, California, USA  
 

International Diplomacy

Working Together to Achieve Strategic Global Competitiveness

The World  Diplomatic Forum 2014 conference, May 8th and May 9th 2014, will bring together over 200 International and US Ambassadors with vast economic and political networks working closely together on advances in international cybersecurity, healthcare, education, banking, luxury, defense/diplomacy, clean-tech, bio-pharm. Valuable business relationships and friendships are formed while impacting key global diplomacy issues and fostering cooperation between established and emerging powers. The World Diplomatic Forum follows the World  Economic Forum which takes place annually in Davos, Switzerland and is focused on international diplomacy.
 
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Parag Pruthi, PhD., CEO  NIKSUN, Nico Sell, CEO Wickr, Karl F. Rauscher, Ambassador IEEE, Pradeep Khosla, PhD., Chancellor University of California, San Diego
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MISSION

The World Diplomatic Forum and Ambassadorial Roundtable bring together the Diplomatic Community, Private Sector, Academia and  Financial Capital in order to achieve critical, sustainable development goals sought by the international community.  


VISION

The World Diplomatic Forum and Ambassadorial Roundtable serve as an open, nonpartisan venue to the international diplomatic community, business organizations and academia, dedicated to developing critical, sustainable, international investment and social priorities, while connecting global leaders to financial resources necessary for progress, peace and success.

The World Diplomatic Forum and Ambassadorial Roundtable believe that societies function best when people take responsibility for their own civic and economic prosperity through education and cooperation based on mutual respect.

Proceeds from this event will benefit “Diplomats for Kids,” a program of the Ambassadorial Roundtable, exposing underprivileged school children to international diplomacy, culture and foreign relations.