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January 14, 2021

The next generation of leaders have a vision for the future which is different to their parents and more strategic, says next-gen social entrepreneur Olga Vysokova.

The next generation of leaders have a vision for the future which is different to their parents and more strategic, says next-gen social entrepreneur Olga Vysokova.

Vysokova, a London-based financial services professional, worked for her parent’s family business for more than a decade and co-founded the Global Next Gen Community in 2019.

January 5, 2021

Will support for environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing in the United States increase under the administration of President-elect Joe Biden? 

Will support for environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing in the United States increase under the administration of President-elect Joe Biden?

Broadly speaking, we believe the answer is yes—but we don’t expect this to lead to a sea change in ESG integration. To understand why, let’s dig under the surface a bit.

What to expect from a Biden administration

December 19, 2020

Marriott International scores its ESG performance, Henkel opens its ideas factory, Kering rebounds with e-commerce and growth in North America and China.

Marriott International scores its ESG performance

Family-controlled Marriott International, Inc, the largest lodging company in the world, says it has achieved its goal of spending $500 million with women-owned businesses one year ahead of schedule and spent nearly a billion dollars with diverse- and women-owned businesses.

The goal was among the highlights in its 2020 Serve 360 Report released this month on its diversity, volunteerism and other environmental, social and governance activities.

August 8, 2014

An expert on inclusivity and diversity in business has praised the leadership of a father who, having openly rejected his daughter’s sexuality in the past, has now announced he would like her to succeed him at the helm of the family-controlled Hong Kong property empire.

An expert on inclusivity and diversity in business has praised the leadership of a father who, having openly rejected his daughter’s sexuality in the past, has now announced he would like her to succeed him at the helm of the family-controlled Hong Kong property empire.

This week, Cheuk Nang chairman Cecil Chao announced he wanted his daughter, Gigi, to become vice chairwoman of the family business, and would be taking his proposal to next month’s board meeting.

December 16, 2009

It is generally accepted that gender diversity fosters the innovation and creativity of an organisation and that it has an overall positive impact on the performance of a business, not least its profitability, writes Jurgen Geerlings

It is generally accepted that gender diversity fosters the innovation and creativity of an organisation and that it has an overall positive impact on the performance of a business, not least its profitability. Family gender diversity could lead to an additional competitive advantage for family businesses compared to non-family businesses.

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