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Fluxus advocating for ‘Universal Basic Housing’ at the World Economic Forum’s inaugural Pioneers of Change Summit

November 2020

Fluxus CEO Fanyu Lin will speak at the World Economic Forum’s inaugural Pioneers of Change Summit Spotlight Sessions: New Digital Business Models on November 17, 2020 15:00 CET; Urban Infrastructure and Services on November 18, 2020 15:00 CET.

Faced with the consequences of the global pandemic, we have a rare, but narrow, window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine and reset our world. From reimagining cities for greater resilience and sustainability to preparing organizations for new digital business models, innovators across sectors are demonstrating to the world that there are successful alternatives. They are pioneering the changes we need to scale up and adopt across industries and markets if we want to transform our world for the better.

The World Economic Forum’s inaugural Pioneers of Change Summit will convene innovative leaders and entrepreneurs from around the world to showcase their solutions, build meaningful connections and inspire change across the Forum’s diverse multistakeholder communities.

– World Economic Forum

To coincide with the meeting, from November 16 to November 20, the Forum invited participants to share their ideas on sparking positive change as the world recovers from COVID-19.

What is the biggest opportunity you see for positive change in the post-pandemic world? And what is your best piece of advice for how to make change happen?

‘Universal Basic Housing for all’

Fanyu Lin, CEO, Fluxus

The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance for everyone to be able to have a place to call home – it is a human right. As we see the new normal unfold, accelerating digital transformation is a strategic priority to transform many legacy industries including construction and infrastructure. We are presented with the opportunity to advance global housing solutions through smarter methods of construction, where measurable ESG metrics are woven into the value chain for creating new homes. Turning housing into a driver for social, economic and environmental sustainability in the Great Reset should be our global goal.

My number one piece of advice is to collaborate. We now have the technological foundations and tools to support transformational change in the way we create value for all stakeholders. We should incorporate wisdom from urban planning, public governance and justice. We need to leverage networks of global partners and innovations in advanced building materials, smart city and connected building technologies, next-generation networks, industrialization and the automation of construction. Together, we can bring the dream of Universal Basic Housing to fruition in the most sustainable way, in alignment with the planet – our shared home.

Read more: 20 views on the biggest opportunity for change after the pandemic

Spotlight: New Digital Business Models

November 17, 2020 15:00 CET

While much of the physical world came to a standstill during the global pandemic, digital connectivity soared. How can new digital business models help companies provide value and build resilience?

Join this session to learn about innovations that bring digital health, digital rights and digital home manufacturing to the fore. These solutions are aimed at including the stakeholders who have long been left out.

Spotlight: Urban Infrastructure and Services

November 18, 2020 15:00 CET

Many cities face serious obstacles to providing basic services, and COVID-19 has made it even more difficult. How can urban innovations help cities improve quality of life, resilience and sustainability?

The sessions require registration. Please visit the homepage for more details.


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