SIG Group Holding participated in the UN Global Compact "Uniting Business LIVE" 2021
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Cultural interaction is essential as people from diverse backgrounds can contribute language skills, new ways of thinking, new knowledge, and different experiences to create a better future for all. SIG Goodness to Cultural Diversity and Global Understanding supports and sponsors various projects while partnering with governments, the private sector, and civil society to achieve the shared vision and goals. Its projects aim to provide opportunities and alternative perspectives for participants to explore other cultures, traditions, customs, beliefs, societies, and languages, increase respect for cultural diversity, and enhance global understanding.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, affirmed by all United Nations Member States in 2015, presents a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. At its core are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are an urgent call for action by all developed and developing countries in a global partnership. SIG Goodness to Sustainable Development for Abundance and Peace understands we must face these global challenges, and go hand-in-hand with strategies to reduce inequality, improve education and health, and spur economic growth while tackling climate change and working to conserve our oceans and forests.
The entrepreneurial mindset is a particular way of thinking that actively seeks out change and propels oneself forward. SIG Goodness to Entrepreneurship for The Common Good aims to create a more robust, diverse, and inclusive startup ecosystem with regional partners utilising a collective strategy to leverage the entrepreneurial process for the common good. To foster entrepreneurial spirit and global vision by using a practical multi-disciplinary approach, SIG Goodness would like to provide participants with an entrepreneurial mindset, knowledge, skills, and experience. Hence, they can serve as the catalysts to leverage their entrepreneurial skills to create ventures that support themselves and others financially or establish mission-based ventures that address community challenges.