Yearly Archives: 2011



Toward Sustainable Development Outcomes//

Categories: Member News

The Center for Global Development’s Todd Moss has proposed reorganizing U.S. development programs and consolidating the government’s tools to stimulate commercial activity in developing countries in a new U.S. Development Bank. It’s a good beginning to an important discussion. First, it emphasizes the importance of rethinking U.S. development agencies and… Read More


Pioneers on the Frontier – New Report Showcases Successful African Companies//

Categories: Events , IGD Frontier 100 Forum , Publications

Yesterday at the Frontier 100 Forum in Cape Town, South Africa, the Initiative for Global Development and Dalberg Global Advisors released the Frontier 100 report – Pioneers on the Frontier: Sub-Saharan Africa’s Multinational Corporations. More African companies than ever before are reaching across borders in pursuit of new markets and customers…. Read More


Pioneers on the Frontier: Sub-Saharan Africa’s Multinational Corporations//

Categories: Events , IGD Frontier 100 Forum

Frontier 100 is excited to announce the upcoming launch of its new report, Pioneers on the Frontier: Sub-Saharan Africa’s Multinational Corporations. This report, produced by IGD and Dalberg Global Development Advisors, is the first to identify the emerging class of homegrown, Sub-Saharan African multinational corporations (MNCs) and share insights from… Read More


Frontier 100 Welcomes New CEOs at Forum in Cape Town//

Categories: Events , IGD Frontier 100 Forum

Business leaders from Africa, South Asia, the United States and Europe will gather on May 3-4 at the Frontier 100 Forum in Cape Town, South Africa. Frontier 100 members, additional CEOs and representatives from Africa’s regional economic communities will engage in discussions about strategies for business expansion in Africa, the… Read More


Leadership Council Supports Development Reform During Budget Debate//

Categories: IGD Leadership Council

Members of IGD’s Leadership Council sent a letter to Congress last week making the case that disproportionate cuts to international affairs funding would do little to help the deficit, since the entire account makes up less than 1% of the federal budget, and would harm the bipartisan effort during the… Read More

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