World Economic Forum survey: 9 out of 10 CEOs say partnerships between business, government, civil society needed to address development challenges
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Author: World Economic Forum Global Corporate Citizenship Initiative (GCCI)
The World Economic Forum report describes 15 concrete and practical ways for companies to engage in partnerships for development. All of them are based on existing partnership examples that GCCI member companies actively join in or support.
[PDF] full report: "Partnering for Success - Business Perspectives on Multistakeholder Partnerships"
Author: World Economic Forum Global Corporate Citizenship Initiative (in Co-operation with International Business Leaders Forum & Center for Business & Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University)
[refers to ABN Amro, ING, Fortis, Rabobank, UBS, Transnet, Rio Tinto, Accenture, Diageo, Lafarge, DHL (part of part of Deutsche Post), Coca-Cola, Siemens, Carlson, ABB, Abbott Laboratories, Anglo American, Anglovaal Mining, Aramex International, Artoc Group, Ayala, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Deutsche Bank, Electricité de France (EDF), Infosys, Lafarge, MTR, Merck, Phillips-Van Heusen, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Renault, SC Johnson, Statoil, Thames Water (part of RWE), Transnet, Timberland, Xenel Industries]
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