The private sector has a critical role to play in working with governments and NGOs to usher in a new era of sustainable and inclusive growth. Not only isinclusive business good for the five P’s: people, planet, peace, prosperity, and partnership, it’s good business.
Multinationals and small businesses across sectors must find ways to create and nurture the very markets they look to for their own growth. Unlike vague notions of good citizenship or Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), successful enterprises must harness the power of business to address contextual gaps and inefficiencies as a natural extension of core business in order to maintain long-term growth—creating stronger communities and future customers in the process.
Through research, executive education and training, and events, the Inclusive Growth Initiative (Inclusion, Inc.) provides insight and leadership on how businesses, governments, and non-profits can partner to achieve a tangibly better world for all.
Check out some of our research:
- The Inclusive Innovators
- Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs) Case Studies
- Inclusion, Inc.
- The Inclusive City: Triumph, Reflection, Innovation
- Growth for Good or Good for Growth?
- Cost of Cash: United States, Mexico, and India
Our inclusion research also plays a key role our educational offerings, including our two primary Executive Education programs: