Julianna LaBelle

Biodiversity – Assessing the Financial Links to Natural Capital | Virtual Debate

On April 6th, the Sustainable Finance and ESG Investment Impact Community held their first virtual debate, Biodiversity – Assessing the Financial Links to Natural Capital. This virtual debate was designed to convene dueling perspectives on the financial implications associated with nature and the preservation of biodiversity, specifically focused on the Amazon biome and other ecosystems…. Read more >

AUC School of Business Executive Education releases a report titled ‚ÄúCorporate Learning and Development Landscape in Egypt‚ÄĚ

AUC School of Business Executive Education released the first report in a series of activities and discussions that explores Egypt’s learning and development (L&D) landscape. Using insights from 30 organizations from 12 key business sectors in the Egyptian market, the report paints a picture of the current dynamics of the L&D landscape in Egypt from… Read more >

ESCA Has Opened its Cutting Edge Campus at the Heart of Africa’s Financial Hub

The ESCA new Campus was launched in late June in Casablanca Finance City: The Africa‚Äôs leading financial hub. The inauguration was chaired by the Moroccan Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Innovation, the Minister Delegate in charge of Investment, Convergence, and Evaluation of Public Policies, and the President of CGEM -Moroccan Association of Entrepreneurs…. Read more >

Sustainable Finance and ESG Investments Seed Class

On August 24th and 25th, the Sustainable Finance and ESG Investing Impact Community held the inaugural, first of its kind, Sustainable Finance and ESG Investments Seed Class. This two day Seed Class was designed to explore ways to integrate values and skills associated with ESG investing into curricula. In the past there have been many… Read more >

Time to go Back to the Basics of African Nutrition to Solve the Continent‚Äôs Food Insecurity ProblemÔŅľ

Lumumba was speaking at a webinar commemorating Africa Day on Thursday, 26 May hosted by the Centre on African Philanthropy and Social Investment (CAPSI) at Wits Business School, in partnership with the Mandela Institute for Development Studies (MINDS), the Southern Africa Youth Forum, (SAYoF), the Philanthropy Circuit, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Harvard… Read more >

Wits Business School Signs Cross-Continental Agreement with University of Houston‚Äôs Bauer College of BusinessÔŅľ

The partnership will contribute to the body of knowledge in energy leadership in both developed and emerging market economies across the globe, as well as enhance the international experience of both students and faculty through instruction, collaborative research and exchange programmes. The AELC was formed in 2017 to address the issues of energy shortages in Africa as… Read more >