Wavelength USA 2020
Between June 14th – 19th Wavelength will take 25 leaders inside USA’s most admired, innovative organisations for presentations from top executives, curated introductions, intimate business dinners and meetings with the leading VCs and hottest start-ups.
Participants will visit:
- Amazon – truly one of the world’s most admired, global organisations;
- Netflix, Airbnb and LinkedIn – three of Silicon Valley’s most admired, disruptive organisations;
- W. L. Gore & Associates – the legendary innovator behind Gore-Tex;
- Andreeseen Horowitz – access the hottest start-ups at the world’s premier VC firm; and Silicon Valley Bank – the bank behind 60% of USA’s top tech start-ups – thought leaders on AI, Machine Learning, Blockchain and The Future of Work.
John Martin, Chief Executive, Ferguson PLC
Inside Aravind 2020
Between 2nd-6th February, 2020 join us as we go inside one of the world’s most admired, successful and socially impactful organisations – The Aravind Eye Care System in Madurai, India.
Aravind’s purpose is to ‘eradicate needless blindness’ and since inception in 1976 it has treated over 58.5m patients and performed 6.8m eye surgeries – 50% for free or significantly subsidised rates at a level of productivity, quality, profitability that serves as a model for the rest of the world.
Aravind can practice compassion successfully because it is run like a McDonald’s, with assembly-line efficiency, strict quality norms, brand recognition, standardisation, consistency, ruthless cost control and above all, volume. On every key metric of business performance: Purpose, Productivity, Profitability, Quality, Innovation, and Social Impact – Aravind excels.
Over the course of five days participants will get to understand every element of this truly remarkable organisation and experience the art of the possible. To see it is to believe it.
Wavelength believe Aravind is the worlds finest organisation. Find out why.
“The best organisation I have ever visited. It is already having a profound effect on how we scale our impact and transform young people’s lives.”
Nick Stace, CEO, The Prince’s Trust
“I don’t know if there is a better and more genuine example of what a purpose driven organisation looks like. It’s a beacon of light for organisations looking to align commercial success with social purpose.”
Alice Webb, Director, BBC Children’s & BBC North