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INTERVIEW WITH Monique Ward, Accenture Monique Ward, Accenture's procurement lead for the Asia-Pacific region, began thinking about how her company could actively source products and services from women-owned businesses at the 2010 World Export Development Forum in Chongqing.
ITC's World Export Development Forum, held in Istanbul on 10-11 May 2011 as a side event of the Fourth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (see page 09), presented a view into the complexity, but achievability, of sustainable tourism development, along with the growing importance that the role tourism is playing in helping to build a better future for communities in developing countries, especially in least developed countries.
Held on 10-11 May in Istanbul, Turkey within the framework of the Fourth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC-IV-see box), the 2011 World Export Development Forum (WEDF) brought together high-level tourism experts from the private and public sectors to address the theme of 'Private Sector Engagement with Least Developed Countries (LDCs) for Tourism-led Growth and Inclusive Sustainable Development'.
The 11th World Export Development Forum (WEDF) held in Chongqing, China on 9-12 September highlighted renewed optimism and commitment to the exportled growth model and the necessity for trade, with a need to rethink strategies and objectives in the post-crisis era.
This article is an edited version of Mr Dawes' presentation at the 2010 World Export Development Forum ROB DAVIES Minister of Trade & Industry South Africa
This article is based on a transcript of Ms Pangestu's speech at the 2010 World Export Development Forum MARI E.
English [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] (08) Consumer Conscience: How Environment and Ethics Are Influencing Exports This report on the ITC World Export Development Forum on Consumers, Ethics and Environment (October 2008) reflects on what ethical trade means, the growth in the global fair trade and ethical markets, how entrepreneurs in developing countries can break into these markets, and what trade support institutions and governments should be doing to help ethical traders.
Organic, fair trade and ethical products will keep their market, despite today's volatile, unpredictable economic climate, suggested keynote speakers at ITC's World Export Development Forum in Montreux, Switzerland, in October.