South African Ecopreneur talks to World Leaders.

Werner Neuhoff, Ecopreneur from Water RhapsodySouth Africa, has been invited to join leaders from 70 nations in Montréal, Québec  during 13-15 October for a World Leadership Conference that will draw women heads of state, corporations and enterprise, as well as members of the diplomatic community, women policy-makers, decision-takers and opinion-leaders on five continents.

An anticipated 800 – 1,000 leaders for this global dialogue that will focus on Water, Wealth & Power for  the Eco-Century.

As we confront a growing scarcity of the world’s most indispensable resource, the International Women’s Forum (IWF) will convene in Canada  (13-15 October 2010)  to explore and better understand what’s at stake — drawing together from our global membership, leaders of influence from outside the traditional realm of the “water community”.

Hearing from the world’s leading experts, advocates and catalysts for change who will address the World Conference, their global membership will be challenged to test the boundaries of possibility for a new era of improved access to and utilization of water resources. Werner Neuhoff, a South African born entrepreneur, would be presenting to this global audience on October 15, 2010 at 8:35 am in Montréal for the Plenary Program Ecopreneurs: The Blue Gold Rush.

The conference is designed to invite a serious rethinking of how domestic and foreign policies must be shaped for strong global leadership on this most pressing and urgent issue.  Aiming at the heart of what our global leaders understand best, the program will underscore how enterprise, economies, societies and nations will be built in an eco-century that is reshaping wealth and power for more equitable social, economical and political realities.

The International Women’s Forum (IWF) is a global organization of preeminent women of significant and diverse achievement. It is a one-of-a-kind organization of singular standing in the world today that furthers dynamic leadership, leverages global access, and maximizes opportunities for women to exert their influence.

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