This year's conference will explore three broad topics:
- Track I looks at what success means, how we measure it, and how to improve the use of evidence.
- Track II brings entrepreneurs, policymakers, and innovators together to discuss the best ways of promoting private sector growth, whether it be through big business or small enterprises.
- Track III explores the opportunities presented by multi-sector collaboration in a wide range of fields including agriculture, female representation, and urbanization.
The sister-conference, the Global Entrepreneurship & Policy Conference (GEPC), will take place the following day on April 3rd. This conference will complement IDC’s tracks by exploring how the collaboration between entrepreneurship and policy can catalyze future innovation and development in emerging markets. The intersection of government and entrepreneurs is little known, growing…and brimming with potential. IDC participants can buy discounted tickets for both events at the following link: http://harvardidc.com/registration-2