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From Istanbul to Tokyo to Stockholm, inclusive business has come of age

Author: UN Development Programme, Published on: 19 September 2013

Leading global businesses announced significant commitments towards the Millennium Development goals today. Turkish internet giant TTNET, the Brazilian subsidiary of Spanish financial services provider Santander, Japanese retailing conglomerate MUJI…have rallied the Business Call to Action (BCtA) and taken concrete steps to include the poor in their core business operations, as consumers, producers and entrepreneurs…“Inclusive business is gaining momentum. When emerging market corporations from Brazil, India and Turkey stand alongside corporations from Sweden, Japan and the United States to be united in their pursuit of corporate and social impact, we know that BCtA and UNDP are at the forefront of leading change” said Sigrid Kaag [from UNDP]. To date, 83 companies worldwide have responded to the Business Call to Action with concrete inclusive business initiatives as commitments…

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Related companies: MUJI Santander TTNET