Steering forward businesses that are values-based and morally responsible, Arison Investments C-suites post blogs that highlight a unique perspective on water efficiency, the vision of Doing Good is Good Business, implementation of values in the core of businesses, and more.
Written for and posted on Eco-Business. Arison Investments CSO Meir Wietchner, also Chairman of Miya, discusses key elements that are central in a values-based approach to the global water challenge, and being better stewards of water abundance.
Written for and posted on Fast Company. By empowering champions, letting people innovate, fostering trust, and giving recognition, companies can build meaningful purpose and positive impact into their routine decisions, driving unexpected and effective solutions to come from the people on the ground.
Written for and posted on Council for Foreign Relations. With efficiency innovation playing a key role in facing global challenges, Arison Investments water company Miya innovates new ways to reduce water leaks underground, implemented through lasting partnerships with urban water utilities worldwide.
Written for and posted on the Diplomatic Courier. Arison Investments owner Shari Arison, believes that as our world encounters major shifts, we now face challenges requiring values-based solutions. Collaborations between the public and private sectors can ensure linkage between global shifts and values.
Written for and posted on The Huffington Post. Arison Investments Chairman and CEO Efrat Peled looks into the future through a unique moral lens, leveraging global challenges as innovation opportunities, chartering a course into a future where sustainability is the largest growth potential.
Written for and posted on The Huffington Post. Clean water is one the world's most pressing challenges. Arison Investments' water company Miya, maximizes efficiency of urban water distribution systems worldwide, bringing fresh water to millions of people for the first time, and saving millions of gallons of potable water daily.