This is what inclusive capitalism looks like
We map our members’ commitments to action against existing frameworks for change, including the World Economic Forum International Business Council’s pillars for sustainable value creation — People, Planet, Principles of Governance, and Prosperity — and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
We invite leaders of every business, of all sizes and across sectors and geographies, to join us and contribute initiatives and actions to this platform. By sharing how you operate your business to support a more equitable and sustainable economy, you multiply your impact by helping others recognize actions they can take.
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|CeNext Consulting Group||CeNext is committed to accelerate the transition from “leadership to responsible leadership”, and from “entrepreneurship to responsible entrepreneurship” through engaging with at least 200 decision-makers and policy-initiators by December 2024.|
|Able City||Able City will dedicate 200 hours annually toward legislative advocacy on causes pertaining to the UN’s Sustainable Development goals at the local, state, and federal level.|
|Attollo||Attollo will work with the leadership of member organizations to transform the corporate culture to reflect the principles of Catholic social teaching within three to five years of joining the Attollo network.|
|Capdesia||Capdesia commits to effective governance at each of our portfolio companies by conducting bi-annual risk management matrix reviews and annual assessments of each member's governing body and their positive contribution towards ESG standards.|
|Deloitte Global||Deloitte is committed to reporting transparently and publicly on Deloitte’s ESG journey, using widely recognized ESG reporting measures, on an annual basis.|
|Estée Lauder Companies||In June 2020, The Estée Lauder Companies committed to address racial equity by committing to semi-annual updates on progress against its goals and KPIs and providing performance feedback regarding managing diverse talent to leadership.|
|iconik||iconik will facilitate inclusive capitalism by working with advisors and stakeholders to fully utilize their shareholder voice, with a goal of 500 engagements by the end of 2023.|
|Inclusive Capital Partners||In-Cap is committed to racial and ethnic diversity. By 2022, in our capacity as board governance committee members, In-Cap will advocate for portfolio companies to have at least 10% of all board seats held by racial or ethnic minorities|
|LongView Asset Management||LongView will invest 100% of new client assets in environmentally and socially responsible funds by 2022.|
|Mikro Kapital||Mikro Kapital commits to effective ESG governance at each of our portfolio companies by implementing ESG-related policies and monitoring their compliance.|
|Salesforce||Salesforce strives to be the most trusted enterprise software company. We are transparent about our engagement with governments and sign up to lobbying transparency registries locally.|
|ThinkSuite Inc||ThinkSuite is committed to establishing an Edge program for venture capital in order to free up the flow of capital to underrepresented fund managers by 2023.|
|Verizon||"Verizon is committed to the promotion of inclusive societies where the rights of all people are respected and the rule of law is observed and will qualitatively monitoring our actions through 2023."|
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