Capitalism must adapt. Business must lead.
Organizations that practice Inclusive Capitalism are more likely to produce better financial returns over the long-term and benefit from improved employee productivity and retention, sustainable production, reduced risk, increased resiliency, and a cheaper cost of capital.
How to get started:
Map your ecosystem. Value the interdependency of the system your organization operates in. When communities of suppliers, employees, customers, and investors benefit, business benefits.
Impact matters. Identify commitments that would create the most value for your stakeholders and make the most business sense for you.
Take action. These commitments are intended to be bespoke to each organization without establishment of any specific norms. Collective action is key to achieving Inclusive Capitalism. We encourage asset owners, asset managers, and asset creators to make commitments under any or all of the following initiatives: