Thursday, April 15, 2010

On New Paradigms for Business: African solutions to African problems

An affiliate-member of the European Baha'i Business Forum, the African Baha'i Business Forum (ABBF) will be one of the first of its kind on the African Continent

JOHANNESBURG--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ABBF ( , the African Baha’i Business Forum an affiliate-member of the European Baha’i Business Forum, an international NGO representing businesspeople across 70 countries kicked off with an inaugural lecture titled “Ethics in Business Decision-Making, Brand-Building and Globalization” by Dr. Iraj Abedian, Economist and CEO of Pan-African Capital Holding, the first of the ABBF's series on Ethics in Business in Africa.

The African Baha’i Business Forum (ABBF) aim is to seek and nurture sustainable business ethics and moral leadership both in business and civil society with membership open to everyone.

“It is very clear today that Africans are demanding new approaches and perspectives at work and that African leaders are more than willing to take charge of their future, to act based on ethics and moral values in business, while finding African solutions to African problems” comments Francoise Le Goff, Director for Southern Africa region – International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and co-founder of ABBF. “Everyone interested in exploring new paradigms for business is welcome to become a member of the African Baha’i Business Forum.”

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