The Commonwealth Business Council

The Commonwealth Business Council (CBC) was set up in 1997 by former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. It acts as a bridge for co-operation between business and government, concentrating efforts to help remove barriers to trade, mobilize investment into Commonwealth countries, promote good practice in corporate governance, and facilitate the engagement of the private sector in information communication technology for development initiatives.

Apollo provides bespoke communications support to the CBC. We have worked with them on a range of initiatives including the first African outsourcing summit, a trade mission to the Gujarat Investment Summit and new reports focusing on subjects from mega farming to renewable energy.

"Apollo write excellent opinion editorials and place them in elite publications"

Dr Mohan Kaul

Director General of the Commonwealth Business Council


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