This Arison Investments recommended article states:
"Business is being asked to do more than ever to solve social and environmental problems... Many ecosystem challenges cross jurisdictional boundaries and require systemic changes beyond the capabilities of individual companies or even of an industry. In these cases, the best approach for business can be to partner up—with governments, investors, local communities, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and other companies. Think of these partnerships as distinctive and complicated joint ventures, often with multiple parties."
The article lists and describes seven ways to make such alliances successful.
Productive partnerships are key in Arison Investments' values-based operations. Its long-term approach centers on establishing lasting relationships with a whole spectrum of players, from social groups and communities, to authorities, nonprofits, and academic institutions. With the goal of spreading sustainable practices and benefiting all levels - society, environment and economy, these collaborations drive forward growth on both the local-micro level and the global arena.