The expansion of the Ambassadors for Good program and the depth it has reached has allowed Anglo American and De Beers Group to support organizations that are already doing the work in communities of interest, namely by putting the weight of the company’s monetary and human capital behind the projects.
Join us in building a pathway for a new generation of cultural entrepreneurs! together we can alleviate poverty among millions of indigenous artisans around the world.
In response to the social justice movement, we partnered with SAP on their Pro Bono for Economic Equity project. The goal was to address the disproportionately negative impact of COVID-19 on people of color. For six weeks, teams of SAP employees worked virtually with Black entrepreneurs worldwide with remarkable success.
Tradition. Innovation. Entrepreneurship. That’s how we’ll preserve the vibrant culture held together by traditional African weaving. The global handicraft market is projected to exceed US$1 trillion by 2030 but it largely bypasses African products. This initiative elevates traditional craft, infuses it with innovative methods and markets, and reinvests into communities.
TIE Global Artisans Joins the United Nations Conscious Fashion and Lifestyle Network UNGA77 Luncheon as Supporting Partner
TIE Global Artisans, an initiative of Pyxera Global, is joining the United Nations Conscious Fashion and Lifestyle Network luncheon as a supporting partner. In celebration of the 77th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, the event will welcome fashion and lifestyle industry stakeholders, sustainable development leaders, and UN representatives to discuss and amplify innovative initiatives and solutions.
Pyxera Global is excited to share important considerations and lessons learned from interactions with multiple companies looking to maintain their successful virtual programming while also working towards restarting their immersive programming in the coming year.
In the process of pivoting all in-person engagements to virtual, we co-designed new employee engagement models that now enable companies to help address the urgent needs of those affected by the pandemic.
As COVID-19 overburdens our systems, challenges education continuance, and drives up unemployment, the importance of social impact organizations in these sectors is thrown into sharp relief. However, in the rush to support these critical services for communities in need, one cannot ignore the vital work that organizations in other social impact sectors continue to drive forward. Environment, gender equality, human rights, sustainable agriculture, and arts organizations, among others, are challenged by COVID-19 as well—but they risk being overlooked amid the urgency to aid a few key sectors.