Carolina Arriagada Peters, managing director of consultancy Cities & Collaboration, discusses FDI aftercare, gender equality, sustainability and the UK's post-Brexit future.
It has been one year since the UK went into lockdown as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Investment Monitor rounds up its coverage of how the worlds of business and FDI have changed over the past 12 months.
While women workers have been hit disproportionately hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, the move to working from home has the potential to empower the female workforce given the extra flexibility it offers.
Nigeria's healthcare infrastructure is in desperate need of greater investment in order to ensure that not just the wealthy have access to adequate care.
IPAs and corporates should join forces to put gender equality at the forefront of their investment strategies, as it makes sense financially as well as working towards reaching the targets of the fifth SDG.
In spite of the Covid-19 pandemic, Africa's start-up agritech community enjoyed a stellar 2020, with project numbers and capital inflows on the rise.
A company with wide geographical diversification will tend to be more resilient to major events, so temptations to retrench in the current environment should be resisted, writes Investment Monitor's Sofia Karadima.
On International Women's Day, Courtney Fingar looks at how FDI can help countries and companies to get closer to gender equality, hopefully quicker than the 257 years the WEF predicts closing this gap will take.
Diversification, profit, societal value and sustainable development are but a few of the very good reasons for investors to prioritise social infrastructure in a post-Covid world, writes Investment Monitor's Sofia Karadima.
Large-scale land acquisitions have long been a danger to food security and the environment, but FDI doesn’t have to be part of the problem, according to Investment Monitor's Marina Leiva.