28 May, 2020 | (01 hr)
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The Pope has engaged business leaders from around the world “to provide a fair, trustworthy and capable system to address the most profound challenges of humanity and the planet.”
CED Trustee and CEO of the Council for Inclusive Capitalism at the Vatican, Michael Archbold, will discuss the issues related to sustaining capitalism from the perspective of Pope Francis’s effort at establishing his Council for Inclusive Capitalism.
Join this webcast to discover:
- The goals and purposes of this council
- How to make capitalism more inclusive to help reduce the prosperity gap; and
- What are the roles of businesses in building inclusive capitalism?
The Council for Inclusive Capitalism at the Vatican is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the inclusive capitalism movement and to “persevere along the path of generous solidarity and to work for the return of economics and finance to an ethical approach which favors human beings.”
Who Should Attend: Business leaders, policy experts, government staff, lawmakers, legislative staff, think tanks and nonprofits.
Mike Archbold is a proven leader with significant retail experience. He is the winner of the 2017 Efforts on Behalf of the Industry award by Nutrition Business Journal. His 30+ years of experience includes strategic, operational and financial leadership across several national retailers. He has s...Full Bio
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