SOURCE: Business for Peace Foundation

October 15, 2010 03:36 ET

Press meeting at Oslo Town Hall, Oslo Radhus, Monday 18th October: Oslo Business for Peace awards for 2010

OSLO, NORWAY--(Marketwire - October 15, 2010) - The Business for Peace Foundation and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) are pleased to invite the press to a short briefing before the announcement of the seven Honourees for the 2010 Oslo Business for Peace Awards in Oslo Town Hall, Oslo Rådhus, Monday 18(th) of October. The award ceremony will take place at the Oslo Innovation Week. For more information see:

We welcome the press to a short press brief before the Award Ceremony in the town hall:

Day: Monday 18(th) October, at 15.30 (for pre-booking of interview see below)

Location: Oslo Town Hall, Oslo Rådhus, the Munch-room, 1 floor (2. Etasje)

Press service: Call 47 800 100 or e-mail for pre- booking of interviews

Press briefing agenda:

Time: 15.30 Opportunity to informally meet the Honourees for one by one comment

Informal setting with the opportunity to get one by one comments. For pre-booking of longer interviews see above. Present: Stef Wertheimer (Israel), Francis Yeoh (Malaysia), Venkataramani Srivathsan (Nigeria), Emily Cummins (UK) and William Rosenzweig (USA). Ratan Tata - (represented by Amit Bajaj, Director - Tata Nordics) (India) and Roberto Servitje Sendra (Mexico) (represented by Martha Eugenia Hernandez, VP Grupo Bimbo).

16.10 The 2010 Honourees for the Oslo Business for Peace awards 2010

By Per Leif Saxegaard, Chairman, Business for Peace Foundation

16.20 Oslo Chamber of Commerce and Oslo Business for Peace award

By Lars-Kåre Legernes, Managing Director

16.30 ICC - International cooperation and focus on being businessworthy

Rajat K. Gupta, Chairman of the International Chamber of Commerce and Senior Partner Emeritus of McKinsey & Company.

16.50 The short press brief ends - for the award ceremony in the town hall

The Award committee comprises Professor Muhammad Yunus (winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for 2006), Professor Wangari Muta Maathai (winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for 2004), and Professor A Michael Spence (winner of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel for 2001). Internet:

For streaming of the event from Smartcom:TV

On behalf of the Business for Peace Foundation, we would like to offer you your own publishing point for webcast. You may choose between Windows Media or Flash/H264. In order to be assigned a publishing point, you have to accept the following agreement by e-mail:

* Agreement concerning the right to use publishing points from the Business for Peace Foundation broadcast on 18.10.10.

* All audio-visual materials from the press conference will be free of charge. In order to meet the needs of the press, dedicated publishing points will be established in the formats Windows Media and Flash, for use in the internet media's own web TVs.

* All costs connected to the distribution of the contents, and thus, all traffic through distributional servers, must be covered by each media.

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Technical contact: Vegard Günther;

Best regards,

Per Leif Saxegaard
Business for Peace Foundation

About the Business for Peace Foundation

The aim of the Business for Peace Foundation is to increase the awareness of the businessperson as an individual about the strength of the ethical business case, and thus inspire business people as individuals to help foster peace and stability through their work and what the Foundation calls "businessworthy behaviour". The ICC has entered into a formal agreement with the Business for Peace Foundation with the mutual goal of identifying business people worldwide who are showing the way on ethically responsible business practices.

About ICC

The International Chamber of Commerce is the largest, most representative business organization in the world. Its thousands of member companies in over 120 countries have interests spanning every sector of private enterprise. A world network of national committees keeps the ICC International Secretariat in Paris informed about national and regional business priorities. More than 2000 experts drawn from ICC's member companies feed their knowledge and experience into crafting the ICC stance on specific business issues. The United Nations, the World Trade Organization, and many other intergovernmental bodies, both international and regional, are kept in touch with the views of international business through ICC. For more information please



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Contact Information

  • Media contacts
    Business for Peace Foundation
    Per Leif Saxegaard, Founder, Chairman,
    Phone: 23 11 68 00
    E-mail: Email Contact

    Business for Peace Foundation
    Bjorn Richard Johansen
    Media and press liaison
    Mobile: 47 800 100, First House
    E-mail: Email Contact

    International Chamber of Commerce
    Anthony Parkes,
    Director, ICC World Chambers Federation,
    Phone 1-4953 2944
    E-mail: Email Contact

    International Chamber of Commerce
    Dawn Chardonnal,
    Communications Manager
    Phone 1-49 53 29 07
    E-mail: Email Contact

    Oslo Chamber of Commerce/Oslo Handelskammer
    Lars-Kare Legernes, Managing Director
    Mobile 913 46 426
    E-mail: Email Contact