Private Sector

Vatanika and her actress friends. (from left) Araya A. Hargate, Vatanika and xNamex. Photo: Courtesy of Vatanika
Vatanika and her actress friends. (from left) Araya A. Hargate, Vatanika and xNamex. Photo: Courtesy of Vatanika

UN Women is committed to working with the private sector on common agendas leveraging collective strengths and creating shared value.

Why UN Women?

We deliver value to our partners in several ways:

  • UN Women’s partnerships with companies are underlined by shared agendas. This provides an opportunity to build corporate networks and relationships with like-minded business and philanthropic leaders.
  • UN Women has a global mandate to promote women’s empowerment and gender equality and, by partnering with UN Women, businesses receive global recognition for their transformative efforts to reach parity and ensure that no women or girls are left behind. UN Women can offer strengthened visibility of your positive contribution towards women’s empowerment and gender equality through communication and public relations support.
  • UN Women can offer guidance in conducting business in an equitable and sustainable manner.
  • UN Women is not only an ideal partner to implement solutions aimed at promoting gender equality; we are also primed to convene government, corporate, civil society, and grassroots leaders and individuals to broker a variety of partnerships.
  • Partnering with UN Women in cause-related marketing can help businesses increase awareness of their brand, enhance relationships with their clients and suppliers, and increase their sales and market share.
  • Partnering with UN Women can enhance your brand awareness and brand trust through UN Women’s wide communications channels and networks and collaboration with Goodwill Ambassadors, High Net Worth Individuals, celebrities and Gender Champions.