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From @chamberbclc's Taryn Bird: Why dedicate a conference to "Frontier Markets"? #csr


At the "Frontier Markets" conference, you will hear from a plethora of global development experts. Our speakers truly have created some of “the most advanced achievements" in corporate citizenship and development. 

Tuesday, September 14, 2010 - 3:15pm
fron•tier   [fruhn-teer]

1. the land or territory that forms the furthest extent of a country’s settled or inhabited regions.
2. Often, frontiers.
a. the limit of knowledge or the most advanced achievement in a particular field: the frontiers of physics.
b. an outer limit in a field of endeavor, esp. one in which the opportunities for research and development have not been exploited: the frontiers of space exploration.

This year’s 2010 Global Corporate Citizenship Conference is entitled: Frontier Markets. Global Partnerships. Local Solutions.  Why the term “frontier”?

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The Business Civic Leadership Center is a 501(c)3 affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. It is the business community’s voice and resource for social and philanthropic interests. The annual Global Corporate Citizenship Conference exists to promote opportunities for companies of all sizes, all types, to partner with governments and NGOs to advance human and economic progress.


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