Business Council for International Understanding


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Business Council for International Understanding

Also called the BCIU. An organization that encourages dialogue between business and political leaders in different countries. It holds events, briefings and programs for networking and education. Members consist of more than 150 companies; government officials are usually invited to meetings as well. It was established in 1955 with the support of U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower.
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Joining AllWorld Network in this effort are global partners: the United Nations Office for Partnerships, The World Bank Institute, Endeavor SA, the Harvard University Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative, the Business Council for International Understanding, the Center for Strategic Competitiveness at IIT-Stuart School of Business, and the leadership training institute Pinnacle, Ltd.
The Business Council for International Understanding is a not-for- profit organisation that encourages dialogue between business and political leaders in different countries; Its membership comprises more than 150 companies.
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President Uhuru Kenyatta said that the commitments were secured during a morning meeting with the American companies under the umbrella Business Council for International Understanding (BCIU).
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