Harvey Goldstein leads Harvest International Indonesia and possesses more than 45 years’ experience working in the areas of private sector growth and development in Southeast Asia. Outside his career at the Indonesia-based company, Harvey Goldstein serves as chapter chairman of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO).
YPO offers business leaders the opportunity to join a community of fellow professionals who achieved success before age 45 and continue to foster a commitment to learning, trust, and confidentiality. In order to become an YPO member, applicants must meet qualifications on both a personal and professional level. Moreover, applicants must hold the responsibility of overseeing full operations for a qualifying corporation or division.
Qualified corporations satisfy at least one criterion from two different requirement categories: A Requirements and B Requirements. A Requirements involve employee numbers and compensation totals, while B Requirements include mandates regarding dollar volumes and enterprise values. YPO grants exceptions in some cases, however, such as instances of currency devaluation or other occurrences.
The most basic criteria for members is focused on the applicant’s age and professional title within their business. Applicants must apply before reaching their 45th birthday and possess the equivalent of a high-ranking title at their place of employment. Qualified tiles include president, CEO, managing director, publisher, or similar positions.
To apply, applicants must submit a preliminary membership application for review by general YPO personnel. After conducting evaluation, these individuals pass on applications which meet membership criteria to the appropriate chapter for final consideration.
To learn more about YPO membership and the application process, visit the organization’s membership page at ypo.org/join-ypo.
Harvey Goldstein is an American businessman residing in Singapore. He has spent 46 years facilitating private investment from abroad in developing countries, especially in Indonesia. Harvey Goldstein has also made his presence felt in the region through participation in professional organizations such as APCAC and the Young Presidents’ Organization, both of which he served as Chairman.
The Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) was founded in New York in 1950 by Ray Hickok. Currently, it has a presence in more than 120 countries, with 400 local chapters and approximately 20,000 members. Its members are young CEOs, managing directors, presidents, or professionals of equivalent stature, and are younger than 45 years old. YPO’s mission is to create “better leaders through education and idea exchange.”
YPO provides a network for business leaders and emphasizes the importance of ongoing education. It holds events such as its Annual Global Leadership Summit. In 2014, this conference was hosted in Los Angeles and provided a platform for members to meet with well-known leaders and entrepreneurs to exchange ideas, embrace new perspectives, and foster creativity and innovation. An Africa Family Safari Experience was arranged where YPO families visited South Africa’s game reserves, exploring African wildlife and reconnecting with their families while making lifelong memories.
Harvey Goldstein is an established businessman and entrepreneur operating both in the United States and Southeast Asia. Over the years, Harvey Goldstein has served as a prominent spokesman for foreign and domestic business, primarily in Indonesia and has also served as the chairman of the Young Presidents’ Organization of Indonesia.
Founded in 1950 in New York City, the Young Presidents’ Organization consists of more than 20,000 business leaders in 120 countries, bound by a common goal of creating better leaders through networking, education, and the exchange of ideas. Launched in 2014, Global Edge is the organization’s latest evolution in leadership.
The event attracts business leaders from all around the world to share new ideas and perspectives. Commonly connecting the importance of business and spirituality, Global Edge investigates cultural values and their impact on today’s business landscape. In 2015, Global Edge will attract more than 3,000 chief executives and young leaders to a conclave in Melbourne, Australia, and examine the ancient aboriginal idea of “Dreamtime.”