In order to create successful and sustainable development initiatives, we help our clients establish and maintain relationships with key community and educational providers. Our partners include business associations and technology suppliers with whom we join in service to clients.

Apercu has established a broad range of partnerships designed to meet the needs of our diverse customer base. Our partners share our view that the way to ameliorate economy is  by improving ourselves, as business units.

Owing to our perseverance and professionalism, we have established partnerships with such entities as the City of New York agencies,  Vodafone, Landirenzo and  Middle East Institute. Apercu is a strategic partner of World Economic Forum and Chatham House.

Our offices in UK are now part of the Vodafone Foundation with the London Business School.


World Economic Forum                                                                                      

This year, Apercu Global, Inc will once again be represented at the World Economic Forum Annual meeting in Davos. 

The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic and other leaders to shape global, regional and industry agendas.

“Resilient Dynamism” is the theme of this year’s World Economic Forum Annual Meeting. The aim is to catalyze and facilitate global, regional and industry transformation.

Jeff K Flynn, President and Chief Executive Officer of Apercu Global, Inc, has been invited to join the panel discussion "Turning Transparency into Growth" on Thursday, January 24, 2013. This panel of global executives will discuss how anti-corruption can become a core element of a company's growth strategy.

As a World Economic Forum partner, Apercu Global, Inc is committed to helping the World Economic Forum in its objective to improve the state of the world. This year Apercu Global, Inc is proud to be involved in the following projects:


Chatham House                                                            

Apercu Global Inc. is a major corporate supporter of Chatham House, a world-leading policy institute dedicated to independent analysis, informed debate and influential ideas in international affairs.

Apercu Global Inc partnered with Chatham House on a major conference investigating 'The Economics of the Arab Spring'.

Bringing together a diverse range of experts from different disciplines, sitting bankers alongside young Arab political activists, businessmen alongside trade unionists, academics alongside entrepreneurs and experienced policymakers alongside emerging new thinkers, the conference examined the implications of the 'Arab Spring' of 2011 on businesses, governments and development agencies and addressed ways to understand – and opportunities to improve – the complex economic issues of the Arab world and invited participants to rethink their approaches to the Middle East and North Africa, to question their understandings of stability, and to reassess their ideas about risk.

Keynotes were given by Rima Khalaf Hunaidi, Under-Secretary-General and Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia and Andrew Mitchell, Secretary of State for International Development.



Middle East Institute                          

Apercu and the Middle East Institute sponsors go back more than 10 years – proof positive of the importance of this relationship with the Middle East Institute plays as a source of unbiased analysis of a region where they have significant business interests. A dozen other corporations and business associations underwrite the costs of the Middle East Institute’s Annual Conference. This event brings together experts from across the U.S. and the Middle East, including government officials, policymakers, senior corporate executives, journalists and scholars, to discuss timely issues in the region.