“The mark of [our] ignorance is the depth of [our] belief in injustice and tragedy. What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the Master calls the butterfly.” - Richard Bach
TIGE is a unique conference where business people and social entrepreneurs can meet together, learn from each other and cooperate together.
Emmanuel de Lutzel, BNP Paribas Bank, France
Integrity and trust are the bedrock of civilization, the substratum on which individuals, families, and communities connect for a far greater human and spiritual purpose. Caux has created a unique platform for reflection and action amongst all sections of society.
Anant Nadkarni, Former Vice-President, Corporate Sustainability, Tata Group, India
The Caux TIGE conference was unique in my experience – in terms of the opportunity to think, to challenge and to break bread with people whose paths one would otherwise not cross.
Lady Susan Rice, Former Managing Director, Lloyds Banking Group, Scotland
The Caux-TIGE is one of the most provocative experiences a business leader can have. The cross-section of participants, the beautiful setting and the intent to develop serious responses to critical issues: all of this puts it in a class of its own.
Margaret Heffernan, CEO and business author of the best-selling book Wilful Blindness
Caux is an important meeting place and a movement for honest and open conversations, transforming both minds and hearts.
Göran Carstedt, Chairman, The Natural Steps International; former board member, IKEA
The Initiative of Change movement at Caux is a space unlike anything I have experienced – an exquisite space of transformational beauty, power and depth at all levels brought together at a human scale, simply breathtaking! Wow.
Dr Katrin Muff, Dean of Business School Lausanne
BUY YOUR TICKET AND REGISTERFees per person & per night in Swiss Francs (CHF). You will be redirected to Caux International Conference Centre page
LOCATIONLooking out over Lake Geneva from an altitude of 1000 metres, the Caux centre can accommodate up to 400 people. Formerly the Caux-Palace Hotel, in 1946 it became an international meeting place, thanks to the generous contributions in time, talent and money of many volunteers.