Launch of the First 'Global Woman Summit in London, 30th-31st July 2016 Wednesday 27 July 2016 PDF Print will be offering thought provoking talks, enlightenment, new knowledge, inspiration and networking opportunities for the business women The Global Woman Summit is launching for the first time this year, created by Global Woman Magazine in partnership with the Laszlo Institute of Research and Club of Budapest. The unique two-day summer event will take place on the 30th and 31st July at Millennium Gloucester Hotel, Kensington, and will be offering thought provoking talks, enlightenment, new knowledge, inspiration and networking opportunities for the business women of the world. Today women are having a much bigger influence on our world than every before and bring a more spiritual and nurturing presence to the planet. At a time when the whole world is experiencing a big humanitarian crisis, there is still time to create a new world paradigm based on conscious activism and spiritual moral compass. This year’s Global Woman Summit hopes to highlight this across the two-day celebration of migrant women’s diversity and contributions. The summit aims to create debate and stimulate thinking around spirituality, finance and wellbeing with the aim of empowering the women in attendance. They believe it is time women ask themselves “How can we come together and play a role in building and empowering our communities?” The impressive line-up of speakers, which includes renowned author and educator Barbara Marx Hubbard, will be sharing their incredible and moving stories to provide the delegates with role models to emulate and work towards. A leading partner behind Global Woman is Vera Ora, psychiatrist and mother of superstar Rita Ora, who explains why she is behind the Global Woman Summit: ”I truly believe that Global Woman is one of the best opportunities for everyone to be inspired and also help further empower all women in the world. I was delighted to take a stand and speak at the Migrant Woman Conference. I spoke about myself, the journey as a woman, professional psychiatrist, and perhaps the more entertaining side was my personal experience with my daughter, artist Rita Ora.” The weekend of celebrations will be concluded with the Gala Dinner and Global Woman Awards, which will bring together the 200 delegates from across the world and showcase the most inspiring global woman who have been nominated. The glamorous event will be the highlight of the weekend with a four course gala dinner and champagne reception, followed by networking and charity fundraising. Limited tickets are available for the Summit and Gala Dinner on the 30-31st July 2016 at Millennium Gloucester Hotel, Kensington, and can be purchased at http://www.globalwomansummit.com A limited number of press passes are available to qualifying journalists. For all press enquiries, images or interview requests, please contact The Global Woman Summit Press Team on 01603 743 363 or via email to Stuart@mediajems.co.uk --ENDS-- EDITOR’S NOTES Global Woman as a brand is wholly inclusive, to represent all women of the world, including British, that are successful achievers. The aim is to attract and build a high level network to show a positive image to the media of how women of great diversity are making such a positive contribution in this country in many different ways. Their amazing, incredible, and often moving stories, revealing the challenges on the path to success will provide role models for other women to feel empowered and want to emulate. The monthly networking breakfasts, held in central London and started in March to celebrate International Women’s Day, have already received fantastic acclaim and testimonials, which tap into human emotions through open and frank sharing in a safe environment. They provide a magical form of empowerment that is hard to describe as a scripted formula. See more at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnE2DuutUnc Global Woman Summit is taking place on 30-31 July 2016 was created by Mirela Sula, in collaboration with the Laszlo Institute of Research and Club of Budapest, through her associations with Ervin Laszlo and Joe St Clair. The main theme of the summit is “A new paradigm for changing the world”. Further information can be found at: http://www.globalwomansummit.com http://www.clubofbudapest.org/clubofbudapest/index.php/en/ http://www.laszloinstitute.com/ http://www.globalwomansummit.com/message-ervin-laszlo/ http://www.globalwomansummit.com/welcome-from-mirela/ This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Media Jems in the following categories: Women's Interest & Beauty, Personal Finance, Business & Finance, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.