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Arjun Bhoopal
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Business Innovation Facility, Projects Oversight Manager
About My Work
I am part of PwC's Sustainability and Climate Change team. My work involves: sustainability strategy and ethical supply chains; and private sector and international development.

Within the Business Innovation Facility I oversee the process of identifying and selecting inclusive business initiatives for the Facility to support. I am also the India focal point and work closely with the India country manager to develop projects within the country.
Issues of Interest
Inclusive Business: Value Chains, Inclusive Business: Products and Services, Low carbon and climate resilient business models, Working in partnership, Impact assessment
Main Reason for Joining this Site
Networking with fellow practitioners

Professional experience

I am a manager within PwC's Sustainability and Climate Change team. I have advised a number of global companies on sustainability strategy and ethical supply chains, in particular focusing on the implications of long term sustainability megatrends for the business. My current role involves being part of the PwC team that manages the Business Innovation Facility.

Prior to joining PwC, I worked for Proctor & Gamble for over four years as an internal supply chain consultant, in Asia and Europe.

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Wealth creation a new focus for DFID (UK Department for International Development)

Andrew Mitchell, the UK Secretary of State for International Development, spoke at the LSE on Tuesday 12 Oct 2010 on the topic of wealth creation in developing countries.

A key theme of the talk is that economic growth contributes to development and that the private sector is the engine of that growth. Andrew mentioned in this context the focus he is placing on developing the private sector team within DFID and invigorating DFID with 'business DNA', through secondments for… Continue

Posted on October 14, 2010 at 8:29 — 2 Comments

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At 20:37 on June 26, 2013, Michael Ryan said…


I was reading about your work with Marks and Spencer, Ethical Model Factory, and would like to connect with you as I am working on a similar project with Nike.  Could we arrange a phone call?  My phone number at Nike is 503-532-6674.

Mike Ryan



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