We believe that partnerships are the catalyst to unleash potential and create the fairer, more inclusive society we all want. In 2018 we launched our first ever Accelerator programme and proved the true power of partnerships… But this was just the start – we know that our social innovators have the potential to scale further and positively impact the […]
New business leaders join the IEP and pledge their support to build a more inclusive society, together.
We are delighted that three new entrepreneurial leaders have agreed to join the IEP Advisory Board. Their personal energy, values-led leadership and shared determination - combined with the weight and reach of their organisations - will add real value to our ambition to make our citizens feel more included in society.
Mastercard's Divisional President in the UK, Mark Barnett, is the latest business leader to join the Inclusive Economy Partnership.
The Inclusive Economy Partnership (IEP) team attended Nesta’s fantastic Government Innovation Summit on Thursday 19th September. It was a unique opportunity to gather with public servants from across the globe and social innovators cultivating big ideas.
The publication of the Business Roundtable Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation marks an unprecedented commitment by US business leaders to seek success for their companies for the benefit of all stakeholders - customers, employers, suppliers, communities and shareholders. But what is a commitment without action?
This edition of our newsletter shines a spotlight on key successes from the past few months.
The UK’s first Voluntary National Review takes stock of progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (also known as SDGs or Global Goals), and emphasises the importance of working in partnership.
A summary of IMPACT19, the IEP’s inaugural forum which brought together leaders from across business, civil society and government.
Co-op Group Chief Executive Steve Murrells is the latest business leader to join the Inclusive Economy Partnership.
Nationwide Building Society has selected seven FinTech companies to take part in its Open Banking for Good challenge, which was born out of the IEP.