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Marga Hoek

Innovative sustainable business leader

Marga Hoek is a well known international business and thoughtleader on sustainable business and capital and broader societal and economic development. She has gained recognition over the years as a successful and innovative business leader in various CEO and executive roles.She is an authoritative and inspirational speaker and author of the award-winning book New Economy Business. She also published numerous articles in magazines such as The Huffington Post, Executive Finance and as a global voice for G7 Climate Change and Cop23.

Marga Hoek

In detail

She recently launched her newest book The Trillion Dollar Shift, during the World Economic Forum Annual Conference in Davos. The purpose of the book is to unlock crucial knowledge on how business can successfully engage with the Sustainable Development Goals, whilst seizing the value for both our world as well as their companies.

What she offers you

Marga is an inspiring writer, speaker and moderator for large audiences and high level selective audiences and boardroom discussion..

Languages

She presents in English, Spanish and Dutch.

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Topics

  • Sustainable business and capital
  • Sustainable Development Goals and their impact on the world, countries, business and capitalThe role of business leaders for society (for CEO's and Chairman)
  • Sustainable / impact investment and finance and all related services
  • Leadership of sustainable transformations and change by government, business and science
  • Sustainable innovation and digitalization

Publications

  • 2018 - The Trillion Dollar Shift
  • 2016 - New Economy Business

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