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The Global Youth Economic Summit, as part of Insight stands as an initiative to engage the youth in understanding developments in emerging areas affecting economies of the world by different keynote speakers and panel discussions. Upholding the firm belief in Youth Empowerment, we bring to you Insight’s nonpareil “The Global Youth Economic Summit’21.”

This conference nurtures the ideologies and aspirations of the growing youth and attempts to provide an environment which is conducive to them as well as the real corporate world. The summit involves students from national as well as international colleges, professors, young entrepreneurs, cooperates and bureaucrats. Although unbiased, this summit will open your eyes far beyond your expectations, willing to step into the society with Advancing Breakthroughs.

AGENDA 1

The New Age Money 

We have all seen the Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) industry evolving rapidly in the last decade but now it is about disruptive innovation for the future as there is novel competition and innovation in the industry. This pandemic has acted as a catalyst for the future in its rightest sense. The BFSI is the backbone of the economy and it is very important for the growth and sustainability of a developing economy like India.

Join us at The Global Youth Summit’s First Agenda – The new age money, where emphasis would be given on 2 DIFFERENT SEGMENTS

SEGMENT 1 

Shifting roles of the Banking, Financial Services and Insurance Industry (BFSI 2.0) : This subject will be a discussion about the provisions made by banks for the bad debts that concern the COVID-19 crisis and even the changing roles of banks due the fintech competition in the industry. It will also deal with how the nature of payments is shifting for a retail consumer. Reviews on the stock market’s safety and uncertainty will be exchanged and questions like the rationality of markets, how the mode of saving as well as investing is changing for the youth and how it could promote the global trade will be addressed.

SEGMENT 2 

The New Global Exporter : Through the pandemic the world has started looking down on the existing global exporters around the world and is trying to shift and make new supply chains. The attendees would be interested in knowing how India could attract the global capital and even maintain a positive balance of trade. It will converse about how India could go Local to Global and how a new supply chain will be built. We will even discuss on the question of FDI fruitful being for India as the world is investing in the country and also if it will make India dependable again on the west?

AGENDA 2

A Race Towards Human Economy

In the era of the capitalist mindset and in the world of numbers and profits, human counterparts are something which we forget to focus on. It has been selfish on our part as humans to just think on a personal level but the ongoing pandemic continues to remind us of the fact that human counter parts not only are crucial on the social level but even on an Economic level.

Join us at The Global Youth Summit’s Second Agenda – A Race Towards Human Economy, where emphasis would be given on 2 DIFFERENT SEGMENTS

SEGMENT 1 

Demand crisis in capitalism : In the era of digitalization in all the sectors has resulted in unemployment rates to max out due to capitalistic and digital unemployment which leads to a decrease in the per capita income and demand as a whole, the sub- agenda would focus on how the demand crisis could be monitored and reduced for the maximization of growth by sustaining the human asset and the future jobs.

SEGMENT 2 

Gender parity in the work force : It is not just a social issue but it is an economic problem as well. According to a survey women participation in the workforce is less than 10% and it is even lower than Pakistan and Bangladesh. If the issue of gender parity is solved the world economy could benefit up to $ 27.2 Trillion. So, we believe this discussion can put some light on the enhancement of women workforce participation.