NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Nov 9, 2015) - PVBLIC Foundation has officially joined the Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF) as a collaborator for the global online summit hosted Nov. 2-20th.

The Festival is dedicated to exploring the ideas and innovations, which are shaping our changing economy. It connects participants directly with the world's most forward-looking start-ups, entrepreneurs, designers, thought-leaders and policymakers via its unique collaborative online format.

The DIF 2015 provides participants with a rare opportunity to put questions to the speakers and to contribute their own ideas to debates, via the live chat facility incorporated in its online platform.

The Festival hosts up to twelve hours of curated sessions per day, ranging from thought-leading Headliners, to crowd-sourced content on the Open Mic stage. After registering, participants have open access to all sessions streamed directly to their device.

Sergio Fernández de Córdova, Co-Founder and Chairman of PVBLIC Foundation, stated, "We are honored to be a collaborator on the 2015 Disruptive Innovation Festival. At PVBLIC, we emphasize the importance of media and the impact its influence plays in driving social change. This online summit helps bring together global voices to collaborate on innovative and revolutionary ideas that can benefit society."

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The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF 2015) is curated by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.

About PVBLIC Foundation:
PVBLIC Foundation is an innovative non-profit media agency that harnesses the power of media to drive social change. An aggregator of media across all platforms, PVBLIC works strategically to pair media space with key non-profits at the local, national and global levels. We utilize existing and emerging technologies to increase issue awareness around important causes and help non-profits amplify their message. At PVBLIC, we believe that media is the new currency. @PVBLICF or visit

About the Disruptive Innovation Festival
The Disruptive Innovation Festival, 2-20 November 2015, is a three-week online festival bringing together thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, businesses, makers, learners and doers to catalyse system-level change for a future economy. Offering a mix of online and physical events, the DIF will explore ideas such as 21st century science, new business models, sharing economy and many other themes. Participants from all over the world can attend sessions running across multiple formats and time zones and are able to apply to host their own session as part of the 'Open Mic' programme during the Festival.

About the Ellen MacArthur Foundation
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation was created in 2010 to accelerate the transition to a circular economy. The Foundation's work focuses on four areas: insight and analysis, business and government, education and training, and communications. With Knowledge Partner, McKinsey & Company, the Foundation works to quantify the economic potential of the circular model and to develop approaches for capturing this value. The Foundation collaborates with Global Partners (Cisco, Kingfisher, Philips, Renault, Unilever), and its CE100 network (corporates, universities, governments and cities, emerging innovators, affiliates), to develop circular business initiatives and build capacity. The Foundation is creating a global teaching and learning platform on the circular economy as well, encompassing work with leading universities, schools and colleges, and online events such as the Disruptive Innovation Festival.

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Media Contact:
Eliane Sussman
Director of Strategic Alliances
PVBLIC Foundation

Clare Mucklow
Communications Manager
Ellen MacArthur Foundation
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