DOWNLOAD AUDIO AND PRESENTATIONS HERE Speakers:Maheswar Mishra, Private Sector Development Adviser, Investment and Finance Team, Private Sector Department, Department for International DevelopmentMadeleine Anderson, CEO, Equity for AfricaJulie Wallace, Senior Manager, Group Public Affairs, Standard Chartered BankChair: Simon Maxwell, Research Fellow,…See More
Opening Remarks: Clare Woodcraft, Deputy Director, Shell Foundation Panel Speakers: Mavis Owusu-Gyamfi, Head of Profession, Private Sector Development, Department for International Development William Asiko, President, Coca-Cola Africa Foundation and Chair, Business Action for Africa Dame Barbara Stocking, Chief Executive, Oxfam GB Natalie Africa, Executive Director, Business Call to Action Chair: Myles Wickstead CBE, Head of Secretariat to the Commission for Africa 2010 has been a year…See More
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Please take a moment to complete the 2009 Event Series survey!Registration from 17.00. Post-event reception from 19.45Event sponsored byThis final event in the 2009 Event Series aims to reflect on the lessons learned and the opportunities identified during the course of the Series, and to look at how business, government and civil society can address them. The…See More
I'm not sure I ever thanked you for the link to Gary VS, which has proved very beneficial. BTW, does Moladi work in Ghana? We have an excellent TBN member - Andrew Bird - who runs a construction business there and might interested in…"
Tuesday, 15 September, 17.30 to 19.00 followed by reception (Registration from 17.00).This meeting will explore how the relationship between business and government effects market outcomes. Industrial, regulatory and competition policies have a big impact on the ability of businesses to enter developing country markets, to grow, innovate, create jobs, and contribute to development. Such policies can either provide a good, enabling environment for business, or make it very difficult to do…See More
Tuesday 23rd June, 18.00 to 19.30 followed by reception (Registration from 17.45).Event sponsored by ShellPartnerships between businesses, governments and development actors are tackling constraints in the investment climates of developing economies and helping business to invest in ways that contribute more to development. What can government do to best support business? And how can business help governments to build capacity and develop appropriate…See More
PTuesday, 21 April, 17.30 to 19.00 followed by reception (Registration from 17.00).Event sponsored byBusinesses are expanding the market access of the poor through new approaches in their supply and distribution chains. What is being learnt from experience so far?Speaker:Andy Wales, Head of Sustainable Development, SABMiller, will reflect on SABMiller's supply chain investment in India which has brought over 6,000 barley…See More
I'm not sure I ever thanked you for the link to Gary VS, which has proved very beneficial. BTW, does Moladi work in Ghana? We have an excellent TBN member - Andrew Bird - who runs a construction business there and might interested in partnering. Drop me a line if you want to connect up.
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