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Agora Talentia, First World Forum on Talent will be held in Navarra (Spain) on February the 11th and 12th of 2009

The European Parliament and the European Commission, through the European Year of Creativity and Innovation 2009, are sponsoring this pioneering forum at an international level.

11 February 2008 - 12 February 2008

Pamplona will be hosting on the 11th and 12th of February 2009, The First World Forum on Talent, AGORA TALENTIA, an unprecedented event at an international level organized by the Regional Government of Navarra, through the Navarra Innovation Agency (ANAIN) and the Navarra Foundation for Diversification ( FND).

This first forum seeks to identify the critical factors and the key elements to the development of talent, sharing concerns and defining future trends through dialogue and the participation of diverse personalities, international experts, public institutions and organizations.
Richard Florida, Sir Ken Robinson, Alejandro Piscitelli, Santiago Alvarez de Mon, Paco Muro, Juan Carlos Cubeiro, Juan Perez Mercader, Javier Tourón, OECD, European Commission, Region of Cambridge (USA) and Bangalore in India, are among the many experts and institutions that will contribute and debate during this first edition.

Agora Talentia aims to become the first stable forum of its kind in the world, with biannual meetings through which professionals, organizations and businesses can talk and interact in the search for new models to enhance Talent, a differential support in the knowledge era, thus forming a sound forum for thought, to promote and evaluate new global initiatives.

Enrique de Mulder, CEO of Societies Viálogos, regular columnist in the mainstream media of our country, and eminent professional in the sector of Human Resources, will act as the Technical Chief of Agora Talentia.

At the end of the forum, there will be a reading of the Statement of Talent in the Age of Knowledge agreed upon among experts, institutions and participants in the group talks, conducted using the World Café methodology.

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