Video: TechnoServe’s Clinton Global Initiative Commitment

October 03, 2012

How can companies and low income communities work together to create shared value? In his report at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) 2012 Annual Meeting last week, TechnoServe President and CEO Bruce McNamer explained the vital role that the private sector plays in promoting economic growth in the developing world. Bruce also provided an update on TechnoServe's CGI commitment announced at the 2009 Annual Meeting.

How can companies and low income communities work together to create shared value? In his report at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) 2012 Annual Meeting last week, TechnoServe President and CEO Bruce McNamer explained the vital role that the private sector plays in promoting economic growth in the developing world. Bruce also provided an update on TechnoServe's CGI commitment announced at the 2009 Annual Meeting.

Learn about our work with corporate partners in this video from the Clinton Global Initiative.

 

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