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GSF 2018 Annual Meeting Report

The GSF Annual Meeting, now in its third year, took place from 2-4 May 2018 in Zurich, Switzerland, with the generous support of the UBS Optimus Foundation.

Read our full report here.

…whether they are non-profits or for-profits, they are all driven by the same motivation... so I think GSF has found a real common thread running through all these fantastic companies and organisations.

Zia Abbas, Vice President, The Citizens Foundation

As one of the cornerstones of GSF, our Annual Meeting is part of our commitment to connect and provide support to great school operators from around the world. We convened a group of 85 exceptional attendees, including school operators, investors, funders and other key stakeholders from around the world.

Half the attendees were senior leadership from 32 school networks operating in 19 countries across Africa, Latin America and East and South Asia. The school networks were diverse in nature, ranging from small, early stage public-private partnership schools to well established affordable private schools. In addition, the group included high calibre external stakeholders, including donors, investors, economists, researchers and industry specialists.

Read our full report here.

Read our summary report of the key takeaways, feedback and growth areas identified by the diverse group of attendees at the Global Schools Forum Annual Meeting 2018. Now in its third year, with the generous support of the UBS Optimus Foundation, the Annual Meeting is part of our commitment to connect and provide support to great school operators from around the world.