International Business Leaders Forum

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The International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF) was an independent, nonprofit global members' organisation of multinational companies that worked with business, government and civil society, focusing on sustainability, growth, and leadership issues.

John Brock, Chairman and CEO of Coca-Cola Enterprises, described IBLF as “an outstanding organization—somewhere you can discuss critical issues, exchange industry best practices, and identify ways to solve tomorrow’s problems”.

The International Business Leaders Forum ceased to operate in October 2013. Several programmes initiated by the organisation continue its work. These include The Partnering Initiative now an independent, not-for-profit global organisation dedicated to unleashing the power of partnership for development.

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IBLF was founded in 1990 by HRH The Prince of Wales, Robert Davies, and a group of chief executives of international companies in response to the emerging challenges of economic growth and change in the global economy.

IBLF worked with multinational companies including Coca Cola Enterprises, Shell, Accenture, and Diageo.

The IBLF ceased to operate in October 2013.

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