The final event of the 2010 event series "Harnessing the Power of Business for Development Impact," will focus on what leaders from business, government, and development think needs to be done to sustain momentum in support of the base of the pyramid agenda. What new models of collaboration are emerging and what more can we do to strengthen our capacity for collective action?
The event coincides with the launch of Business Action for Africa's 2010 Report, produced in partnership with the CSR Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School, which examines how business-driven partnerships are tackling Africa's development challenges, and what can be learned from these examples to increase their reach and impact.
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Venue: Shell Center, York Road
DFID Minister (tbc)
William Asiko, Chair, The Coca-Cola Foundation and Chair, Business Action for Africa
Dame Barbara Stocking, Executive Director, Oxfam UK
Natalie Africa, Programme Manager, Business Call to Action
Chair: Myles Wickstead CBE, Head of Secretariat to the Commission for Africa
To achieve inclusive business growth and scale, companies not only need to have the right products, services and business model, but also the appropriate management practices. Base of the pyramid (...