Crossing the Pond: After 13 successful years of holding the event in Europe, Reuters will be bringing their Sustainability Reporting & Communications series, which is co-located with the ESG Investment event across the pond. While each conference will be run separately, they will share networking space at the New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge. Taking place from 1 – 2 November, Reuters hopes to create “a holistic event bringing together the investment and issuer space to outline how to effectively transition into the new era of reporting regulation and provide material and comparable data fit for the investment, regulatory, and wider stakeholder community.”

Singapore gets SALTy: SALT (SkyBridge Alternatives) a global multi-asset class alternative investments firm and iConnections, a community that connects the investment management industry year-round, are teaming up for their first joint conference, SALT iConnections Asia. This gathering, happening from 14 – 16 November, will be the first time that SALT will return to the to the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore since they held SALT Asia in 2012 and 2013. More information may be found on their site here.

Speaking Opportunity: It’s that time of year again!  RSA Conference, one of the leading cybersecurity conferences has opened its Call for Speakers which are due by 6 October. The event will again take place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from 24 – 27 April 2023 and is seeking suggestions for topics and presenters for both their Full Conference tracks and Learning Labs sessions. Remember to review the excellent tips offered by the conference organizers before filling out the online form.

Lunchtime Learning: The MediaPost Brand Insider Summit CPG shares how brands are using data to not only better understand their customer’s journey, but to develop innovative ways to differentiate themselves and foster more personalized consumer relationships. The 2022 event was held in Charleston, SC in May. Hear talks from Pepsi on Navigating the Ever-Growing World of Esports, Hostess Brands on Leveraging an Omnichannel Approach to Media Planning and Colgate-Palmolive on using TV Tactfully.

Coming Up Next Week: Heavyweight hitters are up to bat when Forbes, Fortune, WSJ and other swing away at their fall lineup of both in-person and online events. First up is Forbes Global CEO Conference, which runs 26-27 September at the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore and celebrates 20 years of gathering CEOs, tycoons, entrepreneurs, and investors. Meanwhile, down the road at the Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, the ninth annual Milken Institute Asia Summit gets underway 28 September, convening influencers under the theme “The World Transformed.” Wing Summit (28-29 September; Menlo Park) is an exclusive, invitation-only summit to discuss, debate, and shape what’s next in business and technology. Boasting an impressive guest list, Wing operates under Chatham House Rule, and members of the press are not permitted to attend. GSMA, in partnership with CTIA, will hold its first North American MWC event in Las Vegas (having moved from its previous Los Angeles venue). What remains unchanged is the thought leadership and networking the mobile and digital ecosystem have come to expect of MWC. WSJ Women In will run Leadership Lessons as the latest program in this event series, held 29 September as a virtual agenda. And at the online Fortune Global Sustainability Forum (29 September), business and policy leaders will learn how to achieve net zero by 2050 by “Transitioning from Ambition to Action.”