Past Global Solutions Summits


Under the Japanese G20 Presidency, some 1,600 participants from various industries and 120 countries registered for the Global Solutions Summit 2019, where they met with our 221 speakers and participated in over 60 sessions.

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Under the Argentine G20 Presidency, over 1,100 participants, official T20 Argentina 2018 and T20 Japan 2019 delegates, Nobel Laureates and German Chancellor Angela Merkel joined at the Global Solutions Summit from May 28-29, 2018.

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The Think20 Summit Global Solutions, mandated by the German G20 Presidency in 2017, contributed 20 new Solutions Proposals to the G20. The event took place May 29-30, 2017 in Berlin.

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