CSR day 2021
The 21th CSR Day will take place on October 16st under the title “Digi for SDG - The new DNA for the economy”.
The fittings manufacturer Blum and the state of Vorarlberg support the carpenter training in Nairobi, Kenya.
Plates instead of bins
The ideas competition “Plate instead of a bin” brings companies to the curtain that are committed to saving food.
The current number
More than 7.500 satellites fly over the earth, a few are also on the move on behalf of African countries.
News in brief
In cooperation with the World Bank and Co, Austrian consultants are active in all corners of the world. Find current projects here.
The Klosterneuburg children's bicycle manufacturer Woom is growing at all levels. In addition to the pandemic-induced bicycle boom, the company is benefiting from the fact that the start-up spirit that resulted from the founding of the garage is still not completely gone.
The US state development agency USAID is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. With its enormous budget, it was able to achieve great effects in the past decades, especially in the health sector. For the new boss, the increased involvement of local partners is a major challenge.
Streaming is booming in Africa and is opening up unimagined publication and income opportunities for the music and film industry. Whether song or series: African users also have ...
For Axel Kühner, CEO of the Upper Austrian family company Greiner, it is not only globalization that is one of the winners of the crisis. The pandemic has also given plastics a new status, he says in an interview with corporAID.
Vaccinating the entire world population against Covid-19 is a mammoth task. In most developing countries there is still a lack of available vaccines, financial resources and, in some cases, factual information - but the fight for global vaccination coverage is ongoing on many levels.
The African music and film industry is on the rise. Afrobeats stars create hits that the world will dance to, and Netflix is knocking on film studios in Lagos and Cape Town. The increasing presence of international and African streaming service providers is opening up unprecedented revenue opportunities for the African art scene.
corporAID interview with Peter Bamkole, Enterprise Development Center
corporAID Interview with Hans Joachim Zinnkann, GIZ
corporAID interview with Michael Castle Miller, Refugee Cities
corporAID Interview with Karsten Fülster, IFC
corporAID Interview with Paula Pelaez, UN Business Call to Action
corporAID interview with Robert Mudida, Strathmore Business School
corporAID interview with Michel Botzung, IFC
corporAID Interview with Christopher Palmberg, Tekes