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3. IFC-GBAC Webinar Series - COVID and the New World Order: Green Economy, the Great Opportunity!

"Juan Verde, a former advisor to President Obama, Clinton and VP Al Goroffers revealing insights into the lessons that the international community must learn from this unprecedented world crisis."

Juan Varde, the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce USA and a former advisor to President Obama, the Clintons, and to VP Al Gore, explains how he believes the world will change from economic, political, social and business standpoints, and analyzes why the sustainable economy, or the “New Green Deal,” represents a unique opportunity to rebuild a more dynamic, resilient and competitive society, and therefore a more competitive economy.

About the Presenters

Juan Verde

Corporate and Government Strategist, Advocate for a Global Economy, Global Leader in Sustainable Economic Development, President, Advanced Leadership Foundation

Juan Verde is an internationally renowned strategist for both the private and public sectors, designing innovative strategies to attract investments, accelerate economic development and establish strategic alliances. He also specializes in economic sustainable development. Mr. Verde has worked with some of today's most relevant political figures such as former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former vice president Al Gore, the late Senator Ted Kennedy, and former Secretary of State John Kerry.

Questions Submitted

Ahmed

- Jul 19, 2022
Very good

Mahaman Mourtala

- Mar 10, 2022
Interesting webinar!

EBRAHIM

- Aug 19, 2021
Good

Anvar

- May 28, 2021
Interesting!

jose luis

- Apr 28, 2021
La economía sostenible, el mundo cambiará desde el punto de vista económico, político, social y empresarial. el covid hizo el trabajo

MOHAMMAD

- Jan 12, 2021
Great!

Joy Mildred Adhiambo

- Nov 11, 2020
Green Economy, the Great Opportunity!

Mohammad Nadir

- Nov 6, 2020
Excellent!
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