Published: November 12, 2012
Kaplan University to Stream HOPE Global Financial Dignity Summit Live Through Its Interactive KAPx Platform November 14-15
(BUSINESS WIRE) - Kaplan University, a leader in higher education innovation, today
announced that it will stream the 2012 HOPE Global Financial Dignity
Summit featuring a host of thought leaders from both the business and
nonprofit worlds live via its interactive platform KAPx.
Founded by Operation HOPE, Inc. CEO John Hope Bryant, this year marks
the 20th anniversary of the two-day event being held November
14-15 in Atlanta, Georgia. With more than 90 presenters, including U.S.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, the summit will focus on such
topics as economic disaster preparedness, banking the unbanked, small
business and credit, entrepreneurship and include a discussion involving
the White House Council on Jobs and Competitiveness moderated by U.S.
Ambassador Andrew Young.
Sessions that will be streamed include:
To read the complete release at NewsBlaze,
Kaplan University to Stream HOPE Global Financial Dignity Summit Live Through Its Interactive KAPx Platform November 14-15,
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