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Business for Peace
A foundation inspiring and encouraging business leaders to foster peace and stability for the benefit of humanity. Summit 2019, May 14-15 in 🇳🇴
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Tim O'Reilly May 15
It is sobering to be reminded that slavery - yes, slavery - still plays a role in global capitalism. It's time to end that.
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Norfund May 15
The world promised to finance development, but so far the capital doesn't flow to Africa and the countries that need it the most, says Norfunds new EVP Strategy & Comm, at We need to overcome the fear and perception of the high risk
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Business for Peace May 20
Thanks again for joining us, ! It was a pleasure to have you there. For those that missed it, you can watch the keynote speech here:
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Business for Peace May 20
Thanks for joining us, it was great to have you there! See you again soon :)
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SDGImpact May 17
Returning from the in , where , Administrator of , delivered the annual State of the Union between Business and Society Address at the Business for Peace Award Ceremony. See his blog post here on SDG Impact!
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CTG May 15
Replying to @CTGGlobal
"Contributing to making the world a better place has to be as important, if not more so, than the bottom line." - CEO CTG Alice Laugher.
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Carlos Creus Moreira May 16
& invited sustainable communities to cooperate in deploying a new Universal Decentralized Identification system on the Blockchain to guarantee sustainable at The Business for Peace Summit in
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Business for Peace May 20
Replying to @durreen
Thank you ! We’re proud to have you as part of the family too 😊
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Hamdi Ulukaya May 15
if we put humanity—our communities, our people—in the center.. while still competing, still innovating & moving fast, businesses can move mountains on behalf of my brothers & sisters, my heroes at , thank you for this special honor
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Business for Peace May 16
Thank you for all the work you've done! We were honoured to celebrate you and your achievements.
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UN Development May 15
Today, joined leading Nordic investment firms , & at 's to launch the Nordic Springboard of our initiative. This will unlock potential of to meet :
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British Embassy Oslo May 15
Congratulations to CEO Alice Laugher who won the 2019 award last night in Oslo. Deputy Ambassador Mark Bensberg was there to cheer her on 👏 🇬🇧🇳🇴. The other Honourees were and 👏
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EQT May 15
Christian Sinding today further stepped up EQT’s impact approach and ambition to support a more sustainable future at the launch of the SDG Impact initiative at the Business for Peace conference in Oslo.
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Business for Peace May 15
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Thank you for attending!
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UNDP Norway May 15
Live now 👉This year’s is well underway with ’s keynote speech: “This year’s winners of the BfP Award are exemplary leaders of responsible & sustainable enterprises. They represent the type of business models that need to be scaled up to achieve the “✨
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Business Call to Action May 15
We're proud to work with inspiring business leaders such as Dr Ashumani Ako of . He is receiving the 2019 Oslo for Peace Award in a ceremony today. Tune in at 17:00 CET to watch!
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UNDP Oslo Gov Centre May 15
“Achim is taking the UNDP and shaking it up, and making it very relevant - involving the private sector this way can make a real impact” John Denton, Secretary-General in conversation on investing in a more balanced future and .
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Business for Peace May 15
The is honoured to be joined by the heads , , , & for a on the challenges businesses are facing to meet the and how the Initiative is leading the way on overcoming those limitations.
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UNDP Norway May 15
“We don’t need to debate the logic of businesses needing to adopt the . Experts predict that achieving the will create $12 trillion of new market opportunities” - at on mobilizing private sector financing to advance
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Cathrine G Jahnsen May 15
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