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ICV brings visibility to sustainable companies and organizations and introduces them to investors and philanthropists who care for our future and can advance corporate responsibility, capitalize businesses at significant levels and influence systemic change in the world.

 
Key Differentiators:

Entry      By Invitation or Application
Unique      Careful Curation and Diverse Content
Industry Focus      Agriculture, Food and Water | Biopharma, Diagnostics and Medical Devices | Technology
Business Leaders      Entrepreneurs and CEOs of the Private Sector
Investors      Hard-to-reach Single Family Offices, Foundations and leading Fund Investors
Academia      Key Opinion Leaders and Physicians
Government      Diplomats, Heads of State, Heads of Government and Foreign Ministers
Peace Building      Civil Society Leaders, Nobel Peace Laureates and Risk Experts
Environment      Comfortable, Collaborative and Safe
Experience      Enlightenment, Mobilization of Capital and Acceleration of Innovation
Philanthropy      Profits are Donated to Charitable and Humanitarian Causes

 
 
 
 
 

ICV Manhattan 2015

 
 
 

Profile of Our Annual Flagship Event

Imagine an event where hard-to-reach family offices, some of the world’s leading fund managers, chief executives of impact companies, economists and risk experts, Nobel Peace Prize Laureates, civil society leaders, academics, best-selling authors and artists meet to share their ideas, insights and outlook in a collaborative and safe environment. It’s easy if you try.

ICV is building a community of extraordinary individuals who by virtue and wealth that advance corporate sustainability, capitalize businesses at significant levels and influence systemic change.

ICV Manhattan 2016 on December 8 and 9 will deliver diverse content to single family offices who are allocating their capital across asset classes, carefully examining the interconnected risks that may disrupt a well-thought-out portfolio designed for future generations, and, improving the wellbeing of humankind through their philanthropy.

We will bring visibility to companies that are shaping the future of traditional industries and organizations that are addressing societal challenges.

On Friday, December 9, we will host a 27-piece orchestra at A Benefit Orchestral Evening for EARTH’S CALL.

All proceeds of ICV Manhattan 2016 will be dedicated to nonprofit organizations.
 

ICV Manhattan 2016 Guest Profile:

  • Number of qualified single family offices: more than 100
  • Total AUM of fund investors, collectively: over $2 trillion
  • Sponsors and service providers: 0
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    Substantive Opportunity and Expert Presentations:

    Over the course of two days, investors and philanthropists will have ample opportunities to evaluate opportunities in a safe and pressure-free environment. Over three industry-focused concurrent dinners, investors will hear from the CEOs of agriculture, healthcare and technology companies.

     
     

    “ICV is a field of dreams. It is where you go to realize the dream you didn’t know you had.”

     – Robert Smith, Founder of ICV

     
     

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