3rd October 2014
Leading talent management agency, Kruger Cowne, have announced a partnership with the One Young World Summit 2014 which will see some of their star clients, including Sir Bob Geldof, Michiel Mol, Sol Campbell and Boris Becker lead talks at the event which will be held in Dublin, Ireland, from 15-19 October 2014.
As part of the marketing strategy, Michiel Mol, co-founder of Space XC has arranged for a spaceship, similar to the one used by Richard Branson, to be transported from Holland and wheeled through the streets of Dublin showcasing the event.
Now in its fifth year, One Young World has become the premier global forum for young people of leadership calibre. Described by CNN as the ‘junior Davos’, One Young World gathers 1,300 future leaders under the age of 30 from over 190 countries, alongside a distinguished line-up of Counsellors. These world leaders stand alongside the young delegates to address what they see as the most pressing global issues today.
“We are honoured to support One Young World Summit 2014 and have over the years brought some of the biggest names in the world to the event. As the equivalent of “Davos” for young people, One Young World is a very important event which is attended by the leaders of tomorrow. This year’s lineup for us includes Sir Bob Geldof, Sol Campbell, Boris Becker, Maya Sanbar, Meghan Markle, Michiel Mol, Ali Hewson and Adam Walker who will each sit in on the plenaries that are specific to their knowledge”said Mark Cowne, MD of Kruger Cowne.
As one of Europe’s leading speaker bureaus, Kruger Cowne has supported the One Young World Summit over the past few years, with previous guest speakers from their client roster including Jeremy Gilley (founder of Peace One Day), Emmanuel Jal, (Musician & Activist) and Lily Cole (model, actress and Impossible.com founder).
The One Young World Summit will give attendees an exclusive opportunity to engage with the Counsellors, as well as gain insight with regards to each respective speaker’s experience in creating positive change.