Hungary-based Entrepreneurs to Talk Peace, Sustainability at Unity Earth Symposium


On February 9, Alessandro Farina and Giacomo Pedranzini, two Hungary-based, well-known Italian entrepreneurs, will talk about global peace and sustainability at the “Awakening Humanity’s Sacred Mission” online symposium. This three-day, international, online forum is an initiative to bring together intellectuals, activists, and change-makers to exchange knowledge and inspire each other to act for a better future.

Registration for the event is available here:

Unity Earth’s Symposium is based on the vision of a highly recognized Hungarian philosopher, Professor Ervin László (founder of the Club of Budapest and also a prominent supporter of Atlas World), titled "Awakening Humanity’s Sacred Mission". László is a multifaceted individual, pianist, philosopher, systemic scientist, and author of almost a hundred books and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, who has made significant contributions both as a scientist and as a humanist. His core values include sustainability and ethics, which is why he became a supporter of the Atlas World community and of the Atlas Award event in 2023.

During the event, conscious organizations and individuals from around the world can gather to explore the next steps in evolutionary sustainability and peace to achieve a greater good together. Alessandro Farina, founder of ITL Group and the Atlas World initiative, and Giacomo Pedranzini, founder of Kometa 99, and the winner of the Atlas Award 2023 have both been invited as speakers to this inspiring forum to talk about conscious entrepreneurship for a better future.

Unity Earth is a global network dedicated to advancing unity and peace on Earth. Over the past two years, they have organized two successful online symposiums, uniting organizations and individuals from around the world to discuss the future of evolutionary organizations and the future of humanity. In 2024, they are elevating the symposium by turning it into a collaborative event involving numerous global partner organizations.

Atlas World is an initiative, founded by Alessandro Farina, which aims to build a strong network of change-makers, showcasing an ethical, sustainable, and creative (ESC) mindset. The community’s main event, the Atlas Award ceremony has been established with the primary objective of recognizing accomplished business heroes, and entrepreneurs who exemplify this ESC approach, and whose companies, operating within Hungary, demonstrate a steadfast commitment to fostering a more promising world. In 2023, Giacomo Pedranzini, CEO of Kometa 99, received the award for his commitment to continuous growth and development. His new initiative, HonestFood pays extra attention to ethical issues and showcases his dedication to sustainability as well.

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