Integrating Humanitarian Efforts in Business Strategy is a Growing Endeavor for Global Change

January 10, 2024
Mike Bush


The world is increasingly interconnected yet facing complex global challenges, leading one to wonder how business leaders can leverage their expertise and networks for humanitarian efforts. Enter Ben Gordon, the CEO and Managing Partner of Cambridge Capital, who has become a pivotal figure in marrying business acumen with global humanitarian efforts and aid. 

On an episode of “Hammer Down” with host Mike Bush, Gordon articulated this synergy best when he stated, “The great thing about our industry, Mike, as you know, is supply chains full of good people who care and have the capacity to do good things. And my thought was, let’s go out to other people that want to make a difference and want to use their capabilities and talents to help and create a supply chain network.”

Article written by Alexandra Simon.

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