Armand Arton, founder and president of Arton Capital, has always been interested in how individuals, entrepreneurs, philanthropists and leaders can effect positive change in today’s modern world.
This passion is the driving force behind Armand’s Global Citizen Quest. The aim of the year-long quest is to explore the concept of global citizenship in our changing world. What does the concept mean in this day and age, and how are the big shifts in society, technology and the economy changing how we identify ourselves?
And, of course, how can global citizenship be a force for good?
Armand will be travelling and meeting business leaders, politicians, writers and experts of all kinds. He will also meet ordinary people, from the refugee camps to the Caribbean Islands, from global cities, such as New York and London, to emerging cities, such as Cape Town and Beijing.
Follow Armand’s journey at ArmandArton.com, where articles and videos will be posted regularly.
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