Delegate Digest: From Janet Yellen’s bipartisan climate change initiative to Inditex’s expansion

Delegate Digest:

A weekly roundup of news stories highlighting the global delegates of the Bloomberg New Economy Community and their actions taken to address the world’s most significant changes and challenges.

Janet Yellen spoke on “Dollar and Sense: The Brookings Trade Podcast” about currency markets, Fed policy, and her involvement and leadership in a bipartisan climate change initiative.

Pablo Isla and Inditex announced further expansion into the U.S. with their Pull & Bear brand. Inditex currently offers Zara, Massimo Dutti, and Bershka products to U.S. consumers in stores. Their goal is to offer products in every market in the world by next year, which would make them one of the world’s first fully global apparel companies.

Fast Company published their list of The World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies. Bloomberg New Economy Forum Speaker Anthony Tan’s Grab was recognized for their work to develop a super app for South East Asia.  Founding Partners Microsoft and 3M were honored for their work in specific sectors; Microsoft in Consumer Electronics for their Xbox Adaptive Controller and 3M in Urban Development/Real Estate for their air pollution removing roof shingles. Additional Bloomberg New Economy Forum companies honored were Chobani for Branding, Goldman Sachs in Finance, The New York Times in Media, and Rent the Runway for Social Good.

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