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The Financial Times and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, will gather senior investors, innovators, social entrepreneurs and other thought leaders for a significant conference at the FT/IFC Transformational Business Conference and Awards dinner in London. Coupled with ever more urgent pressure to address climate change, governments and leaders are grappling with how to tackle rapidly evolving global tensions, inflation, trade shifts and supply chain disruption. The 2022 FT/IFC Transformational Business Conference will focus on how these issues are impacting trade, climate change, global healthcare delivery and food security in developing economies.
Chaired by senior Financial Times journalists, the conference will precede the Awards dinner, which will recognise and showcase innovation, impact, replicability, financial viability and sustainability. There will be a focus on organisations that are able to harness disruptive technologies and business models to achieve impact and scale in the areas of human capital, climate change and transformational finance.
The Financial Times and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, are pleased to present the 2022 edition of the FT/IFC Transformational Business Awards, the leading global initiative that highlights and promotes ground-breaking, long-term private sector solutions to major development challenges. This latest programme marks 17 years of collaboration between the FT and IFC on awards that have had a substantial impact on the way financial and non-financial organisations approach sustainable investment.
Developing countries face multiple social, humanitarian, environmental and structural economic challenges amid a continuing pandemic, renewed efforts to address climate change, and the impact of conflict on fragile nations, communities, infrastructure and supply chains.
The aim across all categories is to recognise and showcase innovation, impact, replicability, financial viability and sustainability. The judging panel will look at how organisations are harnessing disruptive technologies and business models to achieve impact and scale. Entries are particularly welcome from organisations with initiatives that may provide solutions in fragile and conflict-affected states.