corporAID - The Austrian Platform for Business, Development and Global Responsibility (Please Note: Machine Translation)
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Since 2003, corporAID has been reporting on business-oriented development cooperation and how to create innovative solutions for sustainable global development through corporate responsibility.

corporAID web event Impact Investment

corporAID web event: Impact Investment

online, 02.02.2022/XNUMX/XNUMX
You can look forward to contributions from Uli Grabenwarter, Deputy Director Equity Investments European Investment Fund (EIF) (Keynote) and Michael Wancata, OeEB Board Member. ...

New report

Africa is 24 times green

McKinsey has identified 24 business opportunities for a green and low carbon industry in Africa.

Innovative vaccine distribution

Quick help from above

In a pilot program in Ghana, the robotics company Zipline is testing the delivery of Covid vaccines using drones.


From Berlin to Vienna

Former German Development Minister Gerd Müller is the new General Director of the Vienna-based United Nations Organization for Industrial Development.

The current number

Playful world

The gaming industry's growth markets include Latin America, the Middle East and - with a plus of 10 percent - Africa.

ASRA 2021

Well reported

The best sustainability reports from Austrian companies and organizations were honored with the Austrian Sustainability Reporting Award.

guest commentary

Credible climate protection is science-based!

Issue 93 - Winter 2021/22
Stefan Ropac, Program Manager Climate & Economy and Head of the WWF Climate Group, on ambitious corporate climate protection.

GASBA 2021

Jump start for big ideas

Seven social start-ups will present their business plans at the final of the Get Active Social Business Award on January 28, 2022.

Net positive

The balance is right

Issue 93 - Winter 2021/22
Paul Polman and Andrew Winston explain in their joint work "Net positive" how companies thrive by giving more than they take.

Kesho Business

Future continent

Issue 93 - Winter 2021/22
Companies should take a serious look at African markets, recommends Hans Stoisser in his new book "Kesho Business".