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Sep 2020

Watch Recordings From the Oxford Economics of Mutuality Forum

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Published September 2020

The fifth annual Oxford Economics of Mutuality Forum presented by Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, Mars, Incorporated and the Economics of Mutuality took place between 9th-11th September 2020.

This year’s theme was ‘Transforming Business, Finance and Education to Thrive by Meeting the Needs of the World’. In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Forum was virtual, so participants joined us through easy-to-use interactive online platforms whatever their location.

We invited a diverse range of expert speakers and leading purposeful business movements to share their insights in virtual keynote speeches, panel discussions and interactive breakout sessions.

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