Davos 2023

How the regenerative economy can advance social equity and gender equality

Industree is tackling gender inequality by upskilling women and connecting them with national and global markets. Image: Industree Foundation

Amy Brachio
Deputy Vice Chair – Sustainability, EY Global
Neelam Chhiber
Co-founder, Industree, Catalyst 2030 India – NASE
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