OCP Group joins the World Economic Forum

By joining the WEF (World Economic Forum), OCP will participate in discussions on global cooperation, economic rebalancing, society and equity, nature, food and climate, industry transformation and the innovation.

The OCP Group, a leader in the field of plant nutrition and the world’s largest producer of phosphate-based fertilizers, joins the World Economic Forum (WEF), a renowned international NGO for its annual conference, which is currently taking place in Davos, Switzerland. .

The OCP Group is strengthening its position as an African player thanks to its partnership with the World Economic Forum. Partners engage in cross-industry and cross-regional exchanges to understand key disruptions to their industries, shape environmental and social governance, and lead influential coalitions.

By joining the WEF, OCP participates in discussions on global cooperation, economic rebalancing, society and equity, nature, food and climate, industry transformation and innovation. This partnership reflects the Group’s approach and commitment to supporting and acting for a sustainable future.

Over the past two years, the WEF has stepped up its high-impact actions, tackling topics ranging from Covid-19, climate change and education to technology and energy governance. Establishing itself as a trusted platform for public-private cooperation, the WEF unites more than 2,500 global business partners, governments, leading academic institutions, young leaders and civil society organizations to tackle global problems and find solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges, including the ongoing global pandemic, the war in Ukraine, geo-economic shocks and climate change.

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