As a global collective, the private sector plays a leading role in the development of international communities and in improving standards of living across the world. P2P established the Global Forum at the outset of 2018 to engage the private sector as we confront challenges emerging from the world’s changing social, political, and economic landscapes.
Organizations looking to effect positive change worldwide understand the importance of international corporate citizenship. The Global Forum provides a truly unique opportunity for international corporate decision-makers in Washington to engage with Members of Congress, ambassadors, and key staff in a private, bipartisan setting.
Global Forum discussions aim to bridge the real and perceived gaps spanning Washington’s political, diplomatic, private, and social factions in an environment conducive to outcomes. Members of Congress, diplomats, and key congressional staff will attend each Global Forum as special guests.
Bringing international leaders and subject matter experts together at one table in an off-the-record, intimate setting is essential to fostering constructive conversations about pressing issues in our world. Principal to Principal seeks to be a convener whose engagement is personal, substantive, and demonstrably worthwhile to all who participate.
The Global Forum meets five times annually with membership limited to 40 DC heads of office to ensure members and guests are always seated at one table. All Global Forums abide by the Chatham House Rule and are not open to media.