CSR event – Global Partnerships, Local Impacts: Access to basic needs

Global Partnerships, Local Impacts: Access to basic needs for vulnerable populations

This conference organized by Nexus-Carbon for Development will take place on 12th July 2013 from 8.30am – 7pm at the Matrix @ Biopolis in Singapore.

How can private sector funding best meet the needs of clean development entrepreneurs?  What lessons can be learnt from new initiatives such as crowd-funding or customer/staff engagement platforms? The event will bring together project developers, private sector donors (corporations and individuals) and crowd-funding organizations to share lessons about successful global-local partnerships and connect promising projects with private sector companies.

Speakers include representatives from Deutsche Post DHLAccorMilaap, and much more (see agenda here). The speed networking session, facilitated by the Facilitators Network Singapore, will connect private companies with projects fighting both climate change and poverty. The event will be followed by a cocktail.

Seats are limited. To register, please send the registration form, available here: http://goo.gl/DPNDL) to contact@nexus-c4d.org.

Marion SANTINI, Communications Manager
Nexus-Carbon for Development

About Nexus
Nexus is a cooperative of development organizations that support vulnerable communities by scaling up successful climate-friendly projects. This nonprofit and collaborative structure enables members to share expertise and services, access technical assistance and international funding opportunities such as carbon finance. Acting together and committing to a common vision, Nexus members benefit from economies of scale, reduced risks, and a strong voice in the global community. www.nexus-c4d.org


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