E-Nation Conference, one of Malaysia's most renown entrepreneurship events, is returning this 2021.
Hosted by MaGIC, E-Nation will gather entrepreneurs, investors, leaders, academicians, innovators, technology companies, and other participants across the country.
This time around, E-Nation will feature a 3 satellite events series and 1 major conference this year. They are as follows:
Series 1: Innovative Leadership by Design
Series 2: People, Planet, Profit - The Art of Balance
Series 3: Tech for Good
E-Nation Conference: Future Fast: Thriving for a Better Tomorrow
E-Nation officially kicks-off on March 31st with Series 1, June 24th with Series 2, August 26th with Series 3, and the main conference on October 28th and 29th.
E-Nation will bring together Nobel Peace Prize recipients
With a theme, “Future Fast: Thriving for a Better Tomorrow”, E-Nation aims to empower technology and innovation through constructive dialogues about the potential solutions to the current issues faced by entrepreneurs today.
Along with world-renowned Nobel Peace Prize recipients, an impressive lineup of speakers will take part in the discussions on this year's theme.
Among them are Beth Davies, former Director of Learning & Development of Tesla, Tan Sri Jemilah Mahmood, Special Advisor to the Prime Minister of Malaysia on Public Health, George F. Gao, Director-General of Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC), among many others.
“E-Nation 2021 brings together innovative minds with a common purpose, to convert impact-driven concepts into actions, to shake up the status quo, and enrich societies through positive and innovative discussions,” the E-Nation website states.
E-Nation will be both a virtual and physical event
Since it first launched in 2019, the conference has been a platform for building a sustainable innovation-driven entrepreneurship ecosystem in Malaysia.
Similar to last year's event, E-Nation series will remain entirely virtual due to physical distancing protocols, with a hybrid physical event expected to take place for the final conference.