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  • 1. SUMMARY
PRESENTATION
 
 CONTEXT
 
 
 MISSION
 With
 the
 increasing
 scarcity
 of
 fossil
 fuels,
 with
 
 “global
warming”
becoming
a
reality,
with
increasing
 Our
 mission
 is
 therefore
 to
 integrate
 relations
 with
 social
and
ecological
challenges,
the
adoption
of
new
 civil
 society
 at
 the
 core
 of
 the
 private
 sector’s
 rules
 for
 the
 development
 of
 business
 activities
 strategy,
in
order
to
create
sustainable
added
value.

 appears
 no
 longer
 to
 be
 a
 mere
 option
 but
 an
 
 imperative
 necessity.
 Moreover,
 the
 number
 of
 EXPERTISE
 NGOs
 has
 multiplied
 worldwide,
 and
 the
 attention
 Our
 expertise
 is
 based
 on
 a
 solid
 experience
 with
 they
 confer
 on
 companies’
 practices
 clearly
 companies,
 a
 strong
 network
 of
 NGOs
 in
 the
 field,
 contributes
 to
 the
 challenge
 that
 companies
 face
 in
 multilateral
 agencies
 and
 Governments
 and
 an
 the
 global
 economy.
 Today,
 CSOs
 are
 no
 longer
 extensive
knowledge
of
current
global
issues.

 confined
 in
 a
 role
 of
 service
 delivery
 but
 are
 increasingly
 influential
 in
 policymaking
 and
 All
this
is
further
strengthened
by
our
links
with
the
 performing
watchdog
functions.
Therefore,
engaging
 academia
 around
 the
 world,
 which
 enables
 us
 to
 with
 CSOs
 allows
 moving
 towards
 inclusive
 remain
 at
 the
 forefront
 of
 academic
 thinking,
 while
 globalization,
 promoting
 accountability,
 and
 keeping
 a
 strong
 and
 practical
 operational
 fostering
 solid
 linkages
 between
 the
 grass‐root
 dimension.
 organizations
and
the
private
sector.

 
 A
CROSS‐DISCIPLINARY
SERVICE
OFFER
 In
 parallel,
 the
 private
 sector
 is
 changing,
 and
 as
 companies
 can
 no
 longer
 afford
 to
 act
 in
 a
 “non‐  Diagnosis
&
decision
making
tools
(mapping
 responsible”
 manner
 without
 being
 pointed
 at
 and
 and
 analysis
 of
 CSO/private
 sector
 suffering
 severe
 consequences,
 they
 are
 more
 and
 relationships
 in
 the
 field,
 stakeholder
 more
 expected
 to
 better
 understand
 their
 cartographies
and
dynamic
databases)
 relationships
 with
 organizations
 representing
 the
  Support
to
strategy
formulation
&
design
of
 interests
 of
 civil
 society,
 in
 order
 to
 be
 proactive
 genuine
 partnership
 strategies
 with
 civil
 rather
 than
 reactive,
 and
 position
 themselves
 in
 a
 society
 organizations
 at
 the
 local,
 national
 positive
logic
of
value
creation.

 and
international
levels.
 
  Capacity
 strengthening
 activities:
 project
 These
 findings
 reveal
 that
 partnering
 with
 CSOs
 management‐training,
 conception
 of
 represents
 an
 important
 yet
 relatively
 unexplored
 customized
monitoring
and
evaluation
tools,
 opportunity
 for
 the
 private
 sector
 to
 make
 markets
 stakeholder
sessions/team‐building…
 more
inclusive,
in
a
sustainable
way.
However,
even
  Advocacy
 /awareness‐raising
 activities
 when
 they’re
 internationally
 renowned,
 businesses
 are
 often
 clueless
 about
 the
 magnitude
 and
 targeting
managers
or
high
level
officials
  intricacies
 of
 the
 complex
 world
 of
 CSOs.
 At
 Be‐ Support
 of
 stakeholders
 in
 the
 field
 and
 linked,
 we
 firmly
 believe
 that
 the
 private
 sector
 has
 close
 coaching
 of
 businesses,
 NGOs
 and
 no
choice
but
to
become
more
and
more
a
partner
of
 institutions
 in
 order
 to
 formulate
 and
 development
initiatives
in
general.
However,
we
also
 implement
effective
jointly
agreed
projects.
 advocate
 that
 the
 efficiency
 of
 pro‐poor
 business
 models
is
closely
dependent
upon
the
capacity
of
the
 private
sector
to
better
function
with
NGOs.

 More
information
@
www.be‐linked.net

  • 2. BIOS 
 Jérôme
Auriac
 Nadine
Deswasière

 Aurélie
Boukobza
 Founder
&
General
Manager
 Associate
Director
 Associate
Director
 
 
 
 Having
held
sales
and
marketing
 Nadine
 has
 over
 23
 years
 of
 From
 2005
 to
 2008,
 Aurélie
 positions
 in
 the
 Wolters
 Kluwer
 experience
 in
 the
 food‐ Boukobza
 has
 served
 as
 publishing
group,
Jerome
joined
 processing
industry.
She
worked
 Programme
 Officer
 for
 the
 Novethic
 as
 commercial
 for
 major
 groups,
 such
 as
 United
 Nations
 Development
 director.
 In
 2003,
 he
 joined
 Campbell
 and
 Nestlé.
 For
 the
 Programme
(UNDP)
in
Morocco.
 Manifeste
 as
 an
 Associate
 last
 10
 years,
 Nadine
 has
 been
 Specializing
 in
 the
 themes
 of
 Director.


 General
 Manager
 at
 Nestlé
 and
 human
 development
 and
 
 was
responsible
for
the
Business
 democratic
 governance,
 Aurélie
 A
 sustainable
 development
 and
 Units
 managing
 150
 to
 500
 M€
 was
 responsible
 for
 the
 business/NGO
 partnerships
 market.
 She
 has
 a
 wide
 implementation
of
a
portfolio
of
 specialist,
Jerome
is
the
founder
 international
 experience
 (Asia,
 projects
 jointly
 with
 the
 of
 wwo.fr,
 and
 has
 been
 a
 Eastern
 Europe,
 Switzerland,
 Moroccan
Government.

 consultant
 for
 7
 years
 for
 a
 Western
 Europe)
 and
 has
 
 number
 of
 multinational
 managed
 teams
 of
 up
 to
 1
 500
 Along
 with
 these
 functions,
 companies
 and
 institutions
 on
 people
 in
 a
 complex
 array
 of
 Aurélie
 is
 a
 certified
 project
 their
 CSR
 communication
 policy
 cultures
 and
 structures.
 In
 manager
 and
 was
 involved
 in
 and
 their
 strategy
 related
 to
 addition
 to
 quality
 the
 restructuring
 and
 NGOs.
 management,
 Nadine
 has
 professionalization
efforts
of
the
 
 extensive
 experience
 in
 UNDP
 office
 in
 Morocco
 as
 well
 His
studies
have
been
in
modern
 distribution
 management
 in
 as
 in
 the
 professionalization
 of
 literature
 and
 Portuguese,
 and
 developed
 and
 developing
 project
 management
 he
 is
 also
 the
 president
 of
 a
 countries.
 methodologies
 in
 the
 Arab
 development
 NGO
 in
 Brazil
 
 region.


 (www.abaquar.org).

 She
 has
 also
 been
 an
 
 
 independent
 director
 at
 Alfesca
 Aurélie
 brings
 with
 her
 strong
 Jerome
works
on
a
regular
basis
 Labeyrie
 &
 Fleury
 Michon,
 and
 field
experience
of
development
 with
management
schools
(HEC,
 was
 awarded
 the
 2007
 Grand
 projects,
an
in‐depth
knowledge
 ESSEC),
 established
 business
 Prix
 for
 Corporate
 Governance.

 and
 understanding
 of
 national
 associations
 and
 NGOs
 In
 2007,
 she
 founded
 government
 systems,
 the
 UN
 (Coordination
 Sud).
 He
 is
 also
 EthiConseil,
 a
 consultancy
 system
 and
 the
 current
 context
 involved
 with
 overseas
 specializing
 in
 ethics,
 corporate
 of
international
development.

 educational
 and
 research
 governance
 and
 sustainable
 
 centers
 (Natural
 Capital
 development.
 Born
 and
 raised
 in
 Morocco,
 Institute,
 Getulio
 Vargas
 
 Aurélie
 studied
 in
 Paris,
 London
 Foundation),
 either
 as
 speaker
 Nadine
 is
 President
 of
 the
 and
 Boston,
 where
 she
 or
 through
 academic
 work
 Gandhi
 Institute
 Association,
 graduated
 in
 2003
 with
 a
 (CNRS/Dauphine,
INSEAD).

 which
 acts
 to
 heighten
 Master’s
in
International
Affairs.
 Jerome.auriac@be‐linked.net

 Aurelie.boukobza@be‐linked.net
 awareness
 and
 individual
 
 responsibility
 in
 the
 economic,
 environmental
 and
 social
 spheres.
 Nadine.deswasiere@be‐linked.net
 
 More
information
@
www.be‐linked.net