PNO enters into partnership with the World Economic Forum
The non-profit foundation World Economic Forum (WEF) has included PNO in their network of leading actors from both public and private sectors, international organizations, and academic institutions. Some of the established WEF’s members include Unilever, Novo Nordisk, Google, Uber Technology, and Volvo Group.
WEF was established in 1971 and has its headquarter in Geneva, Switzerland. The organization is independent, impartial and not tied to any special interests. WEF has no commercial interest, but provides a platform for leaders from all stakeholder groups from around the world to come together to make positive changes by improving the global agenda in a number of crucial areas.
For PNO, being part of the WEF network is a privilege as it offers the opportunity to share and gain new insights creating relevant impact for society and industries at large. It is thus another incentive to move forward on the “best for the world” more than “best in the world” mindset.
“The partnership with WEF provides us with access to a valuable knowledge hub.This will provide PNO with insights that can challenge our perspectives and business. We will contribute to WEF with our company’s learnings, especially within the field of technology, transport & sustainability, to partake in the shaping of our industry’s future agendas.”
– Jacob Lee Ørnstrand, Group CEO.
Visit World Economic Forum’s website for more info.