New York, NY, November 27, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The promotion of entrepreneurship in America, which in turn will lead to job creation, is the goal of GoldenNetworking.com's America Leaders Forum 2010, "Meeting the Job Creation Challenge" (http://www.AmericaLeadersForum.com), January 21st, New York City. This forum is organized in response to President Obama's announcement to convene a White House forum next month to discuss ways to create jobs and grow the economy. America Leaders Forum 2010, "Meeting the Job Creation Challenge" will focus on medium and long term proposals to ensure sustained job creation for the next 20 years, and will feature Chief Executive Officers, SMB owners, labor leaders, economist and experts who will debate a set of medium and long-term recommendations to be presented to President Obama on time for his State of the Union address.
The paradigm of the old economy was to encourage the addition of thousands of laborers to massive factories, manufacturing plants and government-funded infrastructure projects as epitome of proactive job creation. Questions that America Leaders Forum 2010's first panel, "Defining Job Creation in the Global Economy", include:
· Does this old concept still apply in today’s globalized economy, given the current economic crisis?
· Shall we progressively move from the job creation paradigm to the entrepreneurship model?
· Is America going to be defined by its multinationals’ prowess or by its entrepreneurial ingenuity?
America Leaders Forum 2010, "Meeting the Job Creation Challenge" is produced by GoldenNetworking.com, the premier networking community for businessmen, entrepreneurs, professionals and diplomats, founded by Columbia Business School MBA and former McKinsey consultant Edgar Perez. GoldenNetworking.com has been frequently featured in the press, including a recent article in The New York Times, "GoldenNetworking.com Helps Job Seekers Make Overseas Connections" (http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/07/nyregion/07network.html).