The Pacific Islands Private Sector Organization (PIPSO) was established in 2005 to ensure effective private sector representation in regional policy making processes and relevant business development activities. PIPSO is committed to facilitating its members’ needs for the development of the private sector, promoting effective partnerships involving Governments, civil society, regional organizations, and development partners and building a coherent voice at regional and international levels.
The Pacific Islands Private Sector Organization (PIPSO) is the premier private sector representative body in the Pacific Islands region. Their mission is to advocate for and drive private sector driven economic growth for the benefit of their region, while their vision is to promote and inspire the growth of Pacific businesses.
Their activities focus on building strong and responsive National Private Sector Organisations (NPSOs), championing the interests of the private sector in the appropriate fora, and enhancing the business competitiveness and growth of Pacific businesses.
PIPSO whose members are the National Private Sector Organization (NPSO) for each Pacific Islands Country in the region is now widely recognized as the peak body for the region’s private sector. Although it is still in its formative stages, it has made significant advances over the years.
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