Siemens Integrity Initiative supports the Pearl Initiative to drive good business practices in the GCC
The Siemens Integrity Initiative will provide funding worth US$880,000 over three years to the Pearl Initiative for a Collective Action project to raise awareness and encourage the adoption of integrity practices in businesses across the GCC. The Pearl Initiative project was selected out of more than 180 project proposals from well-known non-profit organizations from about 60 countries on the second funding round.
The collaboration was launched at a signing ceremony on October 28, 2015 in Dubai attended by Badr Jafar, Founder of the Pearl Initiative, Imelda Dunlop, Executive Director of the Pearl Initiative and Sabine Zindera, Head of the Siemens Integrity Initiative and Vice President of Legal and Compliance, Siemens AG.
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