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AB InBev's accelerator program is working to support small farmers in Africa.

AB InBev exec wants to create the world’s largest green ‘Shark Tank’ to take on global sustainability challenges

Tony Milikin, chief sustainability officer at AB InBev, is gearing up to find the next group of startups solving global sustainability issues.

The CMO of Dell wants a broader, deeper conversation on tech: ‘Is tech good or is tech bad? It depends how you use it.’

Dell CMO Allison Dew argues for a broader conversation around both the positive and negative impacts of technology.
JLL CEO and President Christian Ulbrich speaks onstage at Women's Forum Of New York Breakfast Of Corporate Champions on November 07, 2019 in New York City.

The CEO of the commercial-real estate giant JLL explains how data is shaping the office of the future

JLL CEO Christian Ulbrich told Business Insider at Davos that data is one of the biggest value adds that the company gives to its clients.

Private-market investment is a hot topic at Davos. A wealth expert broke down the opportunity for us, which he says is a cheap alternative to stocks a...

Rich Nuzum, president of Mercer's wealth business, makes a compelling case for an increased allocation to private market and alternative investments.
Hiromichi Mizuno Executive Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer at Government Pension Investment Fund in Japan and Co-Chair at Global Capital Markets Advisory Council for Milken Institute, speaks during the Milken Institute's 22nd annual Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., May 1, 2019.

Sustainable capitalism requires ‘outside-the-box’ thinking and systemic change, panelists say at WEF in Davos

Legal frameworks prevent companies from prioritizing sustainability over profits, Columbia Law School professor Katharina Pistor said.
Ben Grech is a cofounder of Uniplaces, a Lisbon-based startup that helps students find accommodation in Europe.

Uniplaces founder has learned how not to communicate with employees as his company grows from 1 to 100

Uniplaces has learned that effective communication is key as it has grown to 100 employees. Uniplaces helps students find accommodations in Europe.
Brian Reaves, Dell's chief diversity and inclusion officer, at the Watermark Conference for Women in February 2018.

The tech industry’s diversity problem won’t get better unless tech companies unite to solve it, Dell exec urges at World Economic Forum

Dell itself recently partnered with 20 companies to form a new Women in Technology Consortium, aiming to reach gender parity in tech.
What3Words cofounder Chris Sheldrick.

What3Words cofounder Chris Sheldrick says the company’s growth to 100 employees sometimes feels ‘strange’

What3Words founder was inspired by the music industry to launch his navigation company. As the company has grown, it has hired more specialists, and has expanded its office space.
What3Words has given every square on earth a three-word label.

A navigation startup pivots and grows, but profitability is still down the road

Navigation startup What3Words pivots from B2C to B2B and has grown to over 100 employees, but is still working towards profitability.
Julian Hearn, co-founder of Huel

Huel’s co-founder is prioritizing talent as the company continues to grow

Julian Hearn, founder of Huel, has made talent acquisition a top priority in the growth of his UK-based food startup.