21 Aug '12, 9pm

How an Israeli heiress built sustainability into her businesses: Shari Arison, an Israeli-American billionaire a...

How an Israeli heiress built sustainability into her businesses: Shari Arison, an Israeli-American billionaire a...

How an Israeli heiress built sustainability into her businesses By Marc Gunther Published August 21, 2012 Email | Print | Single Page View Tags: Shari Arison , an Israeli-American billionaire and philanthropist who is said to be the richest woman in the Middle East, presides over an array of global businesses that employ more than 24,000 people. There’s Bank Hapoalim , one of Israel’s largest banks. There’s Shikun & Binui , a leading infrastructure and real estate firm with projects in Europe, Latin America and Africa as well as Israel. There’s Miya , a fast-growing water efficiency company with projects all over the world. And there’s Salt of the Earth , Israel’s leading salt producer. They would seem to have little in common. But all of them, she says, share a purpose: Doing good. “Doing good on a personal level and on a collective level -- for our company, for our custo...

Full article: http://www.greenbiz.com/blog/2012/08/21/israeli-heiress-s...

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