On October 22nd, UMA Entertainment’s Harvey Goldsmith CBE, Simon O’Kelly, Jamie Hole, Cherry Seaborn and Tara Borna will be speaking at Unity’s first-ever Unity for Humanity Summit, a free, two-day online event that brings together creators, activists, nonprofits, funders, philanthropists, and brands who are harnessing real-time 3D technology to power social impact and real-world change – keynoted by Malcolm Gladwell..
The UMA team will be joined by Isabelle Riva, Head of Media & Entertainment Research, Unity Labs and organiser of the Unity for Humanity Program for a fireside chat to talk about HERO, the eco-social app for everyone, and Earth Aid Live, a series of global climate concerts slated for 2021 and how that might look in today’s world.
From UMA Entertainment & HERO:
Harvey Goldsmith CBE, Chairman
Simon O’Kelly, CEO
Cherry Seaborn, Tech & Innovation Director
Tara Borna, Global Marketing Director
Jamie Hole, Entertainment Director
“It’s so important to shine a light on changemakers like UMA, who are steering us towards positive change for the planet.” said Isabelle.
“I am beyond excited to talk about the indelible Live Aid legacy and the team’s new platform, HERO, which will be focussed on today’s digital generation.”
Tickets to the online event on 21 – 22 October are free. Whether you’re looking to sit in on captivating sessions, network with like-minded peers, or see innovative technology in action, the Unity for Humanity Summit 2020 offers opportunities to explore how real-time technology can power real-world change. You can register below.