Latest News from the Diplomatic world of the DC

DC Members invited: Internet of Manufacturing conference London

Members of the Diplomatic Council with professional background in manufacturing are invited to attend the Internet of Manufacturing Conference from June 5 to 6 in London.

Diplomatic Council Los Angeles invites Gold Members

The Diplomatic Council Mission Los Angeles cordially invites DC Business Ambassadors, DC Business Consuls and Gold Members to the DOGANA Annual Spring Meeting to be held in Costa Mesa, California.

The meeting is organized by the Dow Graduates Association of North America (DOGANA) and will take place from March 30 to April 1. Together with Abby Cubey, Head of DC Mission Los Angeles, Andreas Dripke, Diplomatic Council CEO, and Hang Nguyen, Secretary General, will be introducing the Diplomatic Council to an audience of more than 500 top North American clinicians in Southern California.

VIPs at Diplomatic Council Singapore Launch on March 22

The Diplomatic Council is expecting a number of important guests on the occasion of the launch of its Singapore Mission on March 22 which is organized by Irene Ho, Head of DC Mission Singapore and hosted by H.E. Ambassador Dato’ Zulkifli Adnan, the Malaysian ambassador who joined the DC Board of Presidents back in 2017 in Germany.

At the reception, several further ambassadors will become new Diplomatic Council members. From the business side, in particular UHNWI have confirmed their attendance.

DC Business Ambassador Sascha Zilger preparing for New York Stock Exchange

Role model and full-blooded entrepreneur Sascha Zilger, who holds the position as Diplomatic Council Business Ambassador, intends to list his company Twentyfourseven Cosmetics at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).

DC Members invited by UN Geneva

Diplomatic Council Members are cordially invited to a literary encounter on contemporary writings on migration at the United Nations Palais des Nations in Geneva.

DC Chairwoman Annika von Redwitz & DC Secretary General HangNguyen

More female peace makers needed!

Annika von Redwitz, certified Diversity Advisor and Coach and Chairwoman for the Diplomatic Council Diversity Program: “In so many parts of the world, millions of people are suffering from terrible circumstances due to war and conflicts. There are no easy solutions, but there is something we could and should work on: To involve more women in peace negotiations!”

The lazy person`s guide to save the world

End extreme poverty. Fight inequality and injustice. Fix climate change. Whoa. The Sustainable Development Goals are important, world-changing objectives that will require cooperation among governments, international organizations and world leaders. It seems impossible that the average person can make an impact. Should one just give up?

No! Follow the recommendations of the United Nations: Every human on earth—even the most indifferent, laziest person among us—is part of the solution. Fortunately, there are some super easy things we can adopt into our routines that, if we all do it, will make a big difference.

The Importance of Wearing the Diplomatic Council Pin of Honor

Most of the Diplomatic Council members wear their Diplomatic Council Pin of Honor every day on the lapel of their suit. This is because we are proud to be a Diplomatic Council Member. Anywhere we go, people will see the pin and know who we are. Other Diplomatic Council members will see it and know that we are friends, and people who are not with the Diplomatic Council will see it as well. We want to be sure that all of them also understand the meaning of this pin.