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17 Goals Leading the World for Tomorrow: Vision 2045 presents innovative businesses shaping a better future

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2022 marks the 30-year milestone since the UNFCCC was adopted. Against a backdrop of rising urgencies, COP27 which will be held in Egypt in November, will bring out businesses that bear the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals in their hearts and grab the world’s attention.

VISION 2045 – presented by acclaimed production company TBD Media Group, introduces innovative solution providers from various sectors addressing the most pressing challenges set down by the UN- action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity.

For the business operators that share the aspirations of the UN in transforming the world, VISION 2045 brings an integrated platform and an unmissable opportunity to peek into the plans of the most prominent leaders across the globe.

As a passionate advocate tightly following of the UN’s ambitions, TBD Media Group will hold a three-day global summit from the 7-9th of November 2022 running alongside COP27, with a delegation of business executives and industry leaders in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. Topics will be centered around the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, including Gender and Equity, Zero Hunger, and Climate Action. The attendees will hope to be at the forefront of making the world a greener and fairer place for all.

Nearly 100 business delegates from world-leading companies, such as Pernod Ricard, Fedrigoni, and Weleda AG, will join the discussions to share insightful solutions for shaping a better future. The full list of participating companies is available on the Vision 2045 Summit Website.

In this regard, Paolo Zanini, the founder and CEO of TBD Media Group says: “it is sometimes challenging to grasp just how quickly climate change and sustainability have moved into our everyday life. However, one thing is clear, it’s my firm belief that the business community and innovative entrepreneurs of our times will be the ones offering the solutions.”

Companies featured in this launch:

Carmaq: Technology boosting aquaculture’s productivity and sustainability
Beeline: Sustainable fashion jewellery contributing through small changes
Perstorp: Ground-breaking renewables and circularity in the chemical industry
Schumacher Packaging: sustainable packaging solutions empowering circular
Virtusa: Boosting sustainability through digital transformation
JSW Cement: Low carbon building constructions through innovative approaches
AkzoNobel: Paint and coating innovations combating climate change
The Daniels Corporation: The real estate developer bolstering sustainability and the economy


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