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Friday
Apr192013

Learning to Care - Lawrence Koh, CEO, IDP

Lawrence Koh is one of the seminal thought leaders at Conscious Capitalism and on the Advisory Council of the Conscious Leadership Connection. Koh is the founder of The UTOPIA Project, which seeks to relieve the effects of poverty by creating jobs opportunities to manufacture and distribute UTOPIA-branded products worldwide. Profits from the Project are used to provide food, clothing, shelter, clean water, education, personal development programs, and skill training to those in need.

He also founded the Students for a Better Tomorrow Foundation (SBT), which mentors youth in relationship-building and entrepreneurial business skills. In 2003 he received the America’s Promise–Marketable Skills Award for his work in empowering teens.

He is the founder and CEO of International Diversified Products (IDP). Established in 1987, IDP is built on Lawrence’s commitment to a relationship-centered approach to business and is a natural legacy of his decades of work as a motivational speaker and personal development facilitator. 

Reader Comments (1)

Mr. Koh did a marvelous job describing who influenced him. Very nicely done sir.
~Darrell

April 23, 2013 | Registered CommenterDarrell Janssen
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