The Salzburg Global Seminar has brought thousands of individuals together throughout its 72 year history.
On this page, we have put together a sampling of videos, illustrating many of the outstanding and unique qualities of the Salzburg Global Seminar, which keep people coming back, and recommending our conferences and events to colleagues.
Michael Barry, President of the Foundation for Informed
Medical Decision Making, and professor of medicine at Harvard University, tells a bit about what makes the Salzburg Global Seminar so special.
He attended the Salzburg Global Seminar conference entitled "The Greatest Untapped Resource in Healthcare? Informing and Involving Patients in Decisions about Their Medical Care", the second in a continuing series of conferences, devoted to many challenges and issues surrounding health and healthcare.
While attending a conference entitled, "The Search for Stability: Financial Crisis, Major Currencies and a New Monetary Order ", at the Salzburg Global Seminar, Ewald Nowotny, Governor of the Austrian National Bank, took a few moments to reflect on the quality and uniqueness of the Salzburg Global Seminar experience. Nowotny first attended the Salzburg Seminar, back in the summer of 1965, and has returned to many participate in several conferences, on a regular basis.
Michael Leigh, Director General for Enlargement at the European Commission, attended the session entitled "What Turkey? What Europe?" in May 2010. He explains here why the Salzburg Global Seminar is such a valuable organization.
Bill Emmott, Journalist, Author, and Former Editor for The Economist, recently attended a session at the Salzburg Global Seminar entitled, "Asia's Emerging Powers: Rivalry and Global Responsibility". Here he speaks about why his experience at the Salzburg Global Seminar was so valuable.
Jing Ulrich, Managing Director, Chairman, China Equities & Commodities for J.P. Morgan recently attended a session at the Salzburg Global Seminar entitled, "Asia's Emerging Powers: Rivalry and Global Responsibility. Here she speaks about why her experience at the Salzburg Global Seminar was so valuable.
Sandra E. Taylor, President and CEO of Sustainable Business International, attended session 465, entitled "Smart Change: Investing in Women and Girls: Leveraging Philanthropy for Global Impact". Here she comments on how valuable that session was to her.