Breaking barriers in delivery
Switzerland, and more specifically Geneva, is an important global hub for international Not-for-Profit organisations. These play a vital role in key humanitarian activities worldwide. In spite of the importance of this work, which benefits a growing stakeholder community, these organisations can find themselves confronted with a number of formal issues in an increasingly complex environment.
Artificial intelligence and equal pay are two topics rising in importance in the business world. How do they benefit your organisation? How do they impact your organisation’s activities?
We would like to address these matters and share key questions asked by NPO managers around artificial intelligence and equal-salary at our upcoming
NPO Breakfast on Tuesday, 20 June.
The breakfast will provide a great opportunity to meet with PwC experts and peers encountering similar issues. If you would like to attend please register, as the number of participants will be limited.
We look forward to meeting you over breakfast!
8.30 am Welcome coffee & breakfast
9.00 am Introduction
Gill Sivyer, Partner, Global Leader International Development, PwC
9.10 am Artificial Intelligence
Christian Westermann, Partner, Leader Data & Analytics, PwC Digital Services
Manuel Capel, Senior Manager, Data & Analytics, PwC Digital Services
The Speakers will introduce the topic of artificial intelligence (AI) and the reasons why it is gaining importance in the business world. Interconnected digital systems generate valuable information from new sources such as the internet, sensors or images captured by drones. By applying artificial intelligence to this data, it can be used to drive revenues and reduce costs by identifying new market opportunities, increasing process automation and detecting anomalies.
9.30 am Equal-Salary Certification
Sue Johnson, Senior Manager, Inclusion & Diversity, PwC
Attracting the best talent continues to be a top of mind challenge for leaders in all sectors. Fostering an inclusive workplace is key to enabling an innovative work culture and high performing teams with a customer centric ethos. The speaker will outline the impact of how EQUAL-SALARY certification can support your organisations journey to a diverse and inclusive workplace.
9.50 am Questions & discussion
10.20 am End
Date and time
Tuesday, 20 June 2017
From 8.30 am to 10.20 am, including breakfast
Avenue Giuseppe-Motta 50
The event is free of charge.
The number of participants is limited. Participants will be accepted in the order registrations are received.
Please register by clicking on the below link. Your registration will be confirmed.