Developing economies have been hard hit by pandemic-related supply chain disruption. Trade facilitation reforms can help remove red-tape and aid recovery.
For this report, the World Economic Forum, in collaboration with Clifford Chance, interviewed representatives from more than 30 companies to better understand how trade can support climate action.
We need to identify ways trade can help rebuild a greener global economy. This community of experts is advancing dialogue, research, and projects.
This effort seeks to harness digital trade in services, one of the most dynamic sectors in the global economy, to aid the global economic recovery.
This is a public-private partnership dedicated to reducing the time and cost required to conduct trade, and to removing obstacles to the global supply chain.
This initiative brings together business and government to address investment challenges and unlock their potential, informed by experts, experience and evidence.
RiverRecycle aims to stop ocean plastic pollution by implementing financially sustainable plastic waste collection and recycling solutions.
Karma Trade invented a digital swap system based on our currency Karma, empowering secondhand stores to become local circular economies for post-consumer goods.
Koltiva is an end-to-end software-as-a-service solutions company that makes agri-tech supply chains sustainable, reliable, and transparent.
We believe that progress happens by bringing together people from all walks of life who have the drive and the influence to make a positive change.