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OECD Emerging Markets Network - EMnet

 


The Emerging Markets Network (EMnet) is the OECD Development Centre’s business platform for dialogue and analysis of policy challenges, economic trends and business strategies between high-level officials, top executives from multinational corporations  and OECD experts, focused on the emerging markets.

EMnet events are closed to the public and operate under Chatham House rule in order to trigger outspoken discussions, and share experiences on how companies and policy makers adapt their strategies to emerging markets issues.

 

Key highlights

Getting involved

EMnet connects the private sector to the OECD and offers access to the Organisation’s extensive expertise, analysis and data on sectors and geographies of interest to you. To learn more about the Network, we  invite you to attend our upcoming meetings on Africa, Asia and Latin America as well as our thematic Working Groups. We welcome the participation of new members and can tailor opportunities for collaboration to your organisational and strategic needs.

2019 EMnet events

 Please note that EMnet events are closed to the general public and media. If you wish to attend, please contact dev.emnet@oecd.org.
 

24 January | Online discussion
EMnet webinar on the IEA World Energy Outlook 2018

26 February | Mobile World Congress (MWC), Barcelona
EMnet Working Group on Digitalisation

28 March | OECD Headquarters, Paris
EMnet meeting on "Global Challenges for Business in Emerging Markets", with a focus on Smart Cities in Asia

25 April OECD Headquarters, Paris
EMnet Working Group on Business and Sustainability

24 May | TBC, Paris
EMnet meeting on Latin America on "New Technologies"

October | TBC
EMnet meeting on Africa on "Regional Production Networks"

Consult past events

2018 Emnet Policy Notes

Africa policy note 2018 cover  

 
For more information on the policy notes please visit this page

Members

  • Bancolombia (Colombia)
  • BBVA (Spain)
  • Engie (France)
  • Eni (Italy)
  • Grupo Energia Bogota (Colombia)
  • Grupo Santander (Spain)
  • Huawei Technologies (China)
  • Iberdrola (Spain)
  • Johnson & Johnson (United States)
  • Mahindra & Mahindra (India)
  • ManpowerGroup (United States)
  • Michelin (France)
  • Odebrecht (Brazil)
  • Pernod Ricard (France)
  • SAP (Germany)
  • Siemens-Gamesa (Germany/Spain)
  • SUEZ (France)
  • Syngenta (Switzerland)
  • Telefónica (Spain)
  • Toshiba (Japan)
  • UniCredit (Italy)
  • Veolia Africa (France)
  • Walmart (United States)

 

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