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MD LADOL launches BSDC “Better Business Better World MENA” report in Cairo.

MD LADOL launches BSDC “Better Business Better World MENA” report in Cairo.

LADOL MD, Dr. Amy Jadesimi, today attended the launch of the Business & Sustainable Development Commission (BSDC) report “Better Business Better World – Sustainable Business Opportunities in the Middle East and North Africa”; Dr Amy is a founding member of the Commission.

“Sustainable Businesses are the single most lucrative opportunities for private sector – generating $637 billion and creating 12.4 million jobs in MENA & $12 trillion for the world by 2030”, commented Dr. Amy at the launch event. “Sustainable businesses correct market failures creating exponential GDP growth, high profits and driving positive social changes, prosperity and stability”.

“As countries in the Middle East and North Africa rise up to open new opportunities for women, welcome refugees and diversify their economies, there remains a long road for the region as a whole to become inclusive and sustainable,” chairman of the BSDC Mark Malloch-Brown said. “Better Business, Better World MENA shows there is a compelling economic incentive for business and government to accelerate, embracing sustainable solutions and rolling out innovative strategies to ensure that the region exploits fully its potential,” he added.

Click here to read the full report.

Left to right:
– Mr. Ashraf Bakry (CO-Chairman AmCham Egypt Industry & Trade Committee; Managing Director – Unilever Mashreq)
– Mr. Mohammed El Kalla ( Chair, AmCham Egypt Education Committee; Co-Founder and Chief Technical Officer – Ahead of the Curve)
– Dr. Amy Jadesimi (Commissioner – Business and Sustainable Development Commission; MD & CEO – LADOL)
– Mr. Frederic Sicre (Managing Director – The Abraaj Group)

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