Presentation Ms. Barbara Kreissler

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Informal Consultation, Tuesday 11 June 2013, High-Level Conference of Middle-Income Countries, San José, Costa Rica

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Presentation Ms. Barbara Kreissler

  1. 1. www.micconference.orgTitles Text
  2. 2. www.micconference.orgTitles TextUNIDOBusiness PartnershipsPartnering for Prosperity
  3. 3. www.micconference.orgTitles TextUNIDO at a GlanceThe United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) is a specializedagency of the United Nations, whose mandate is:i. to promote and accelerate sustainable industrial development indeveloping countries and economies in transition;ii. to work towards improving living conditions in the world’s poorestcountries by drawing on its combined global resources and expertise.UNIDO focuses its activities on three thematic priorities:1) POVERTY REDUCTION THROUGH PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITIES2) TRACE CAPACITY BUILDING3) ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT UNIDO was established in 1966 It has 174 Member States
  4. 4. www.micconference.orgTitles TextUNIDO Presence in the WorldAlgeriaCameroonChinaColombiaCôtedIvoireEgyptEthiopiaGhanaGuineaIndiaIndonesiaIranKenyaLebanonMadagascarMexicoMoroccoNigeriaPakistanPhilippinesSenegalSouth AfricaSudanTanzaniaThailandTunisiaUruguayViet NamFIELD OFFICESAfghanistanAngolaArmeniaBoliviaBurkinaFasoEcuadorEritreaJordanLaosMaliNicaraguaRwandaSierraLeoneZimbabweDESKS IN UNDP OFFICES
  5. 5. www.micconference.orgTitles TextThree Inter-related Thematic Priorities for UNIDO Industrial Policy, BusinessEnvironment and InstitutionalSupport Rural and Women’sEntrepreneurship Development Cluster and Business Linkages Agro-processing and Value ChainDevelopment Rural Energy for Productive Use Sustainable Production in PoorCommunities Technology Diffusion Promotion of Domestic Investment,FDI and Alliances Regional Priorities, FundsMobilization and PartnershipsPoverty reduction throughproductive activitiesTrade capacity building Competitiveness Analysis andTrade-related Policies Enterprise Upgrading for TradeEnhancement Innovation Systems, TechnologyManagement and Foresight Modernization of Export-orientedAgro-industries SME Export Consortia Corporate Social Responsibility forMarket Integration Standards, Metrology, Testing andConformity Regional Priorities, FundsMobilization and PartnershipsEnergy and Environment Renewable Energy Industrial Energy Efficiency andClimate Change Energy Policy and Partnership Cleaner and Sustainable Production Water Management Montreal Protocol Stockholm Convention Regional Priorities, FundsMobilization and Partnerships
  6. 6. www.micconference.orgTitles TextWhy UNIDO Business partnerships?UNIDO builds partnerships with the private sector that Advance inclusive and sustainable industrial development Drive business value Harness all partner’s expertise, know-how and resourcesProviding tailoredgoods & servicesInclusive &sustainable supplychainsCompliance withint’l norms &standardsPromoting GreenIndustrySupport localbusinessdevelopmentAccess to Energy
  7. 7. www.micconference.orgTitles TextBusiness Partnerships Models1. Developing or adaptingproducts for rural/lowincome populations2. Localizing the business valuechain by using local suppliers andservice providers or creating localdistribution networks3. Integrating practices that protectand preserve the environment byimproving resource management1. Investing within the valuechain through strategicfinancial and in-kindinvestments within thecompany’s supply chain and/orbroader operating context2. Applying technology toenhance reach and access forcurrent and new programs withsocial goals1. Addressing systemicissues by leveraging thecore competencies of abroader range of actors fromthe public, private and non-profit sectors2. Securing commitmentsand mobilize concreteaction to develop innovativesolutions and create newplaying fields in industrialsectorsCategories of UNIDO Business PartnershipsCORE BUSINESS& VALUE CHAINSSOCIAL INVESTMENTS& PHILANTHROPYMULTI-STAKEHOLDER &TRANSFORMATIONALALLIANCES
  8. 8. www.micconference.orgTitles TextBusiness Partnership Benefits Insider knowledge of a specific industrysector Markets, technology and specializedinformation Cutting-edge industry experts Provision of better service and greaterimpact for recipient countries Profile raising and promotion of UNIDOprojects in the business communityBENEFITS FOR UNIDO Profound know-how in industrialdevelopment Global information network of UNIDOand the United Nations Worldwide pool of experts and trainers United Nations linkage and compliancewith global development values Increased social responsibilitycombined with profitabilityBENEFITS FOR BUSINESS
  9. 9. www.micconference.orgTitles TextUNIDO Partnerships with the Private SectorAGRO-INDUSTRIES,BUSINESS INVESTMENT& TECHNOLOGYPARTNERSHIPSENVIRONMENTALMANAGEMENTPARTNERSHIPSENERGY & CLIMATECHANGE PARTNERSHIPS
  10. 10. www.micconference.orgTitles TextMulti-stakeholder & Transformational PartnershipsTransformationalStrategicOpportunisticPhilanthropicSystemSignificantMinimalComplexityDalberg, 2011
  11. 11. www.micconference.orgTitles TextThank youwww.unido.org/businesspartnerships

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