Business for Inclusive Growth

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Group.png Business for Inclusive Growth
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FormationAugust 2019
Membership• OECD
• Accenture
• BNP Paribas
• Caisse des Dépôts
• Capgemini
• Crédit Agricole
• Danone
• Edelman
• GINgroup
• Goldman Sachs
• Henkel
• Hitachi
• Johnson & Johnson
• JPMorgan Chase & Co.
• Kering
• Keurig Dr Pepper
• Legal & General
• L’Oréal
• Mars Incorporated
• Michelin
• Microsoft
• Panera Bread
• Pret a Manger
• Ricoh
• Salesforce
• Schneider Electric
• Sodexo
• Suez
• UniCredit
• Unilever
• Veolia
• Vinci
• Ylva
• Paris Peace Forum
• International Labour Organization
• G7
• Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
• Rockefeller Foundation
• HEC Paris
• Harvard Business School
• ESSEC Business School
• US Chamber of Commerce
A partnership between the OECD and major corporations from across the globe.

Business for Inclusive Growth (B4IG) is a partnership between the OECD and major corporations from across the globe.

The target seems to be to reinforce The Great Reset, by "foster[ing] partnerships to direct funds toward strategic and transformative inclusive growth initiatives,"[1] for the "climate change and climate strategies and policies that "have the potential to cause major social repercussions which need to be addressed in a systematic manner".

The group pushes for an fusion of corporations and governments. "New models of public-private collaboration, including blended finance mechanisms, are needed to achieve systemic change, and ensure inclusion efforts on both sides are mutually reinforcing."[2] To this end, we will work together in thematic workstreams, and at CEO level, to ensure B4IG is delivering impact and to engage with policymakers and other key stakeholders.


Known members

14 of the 46 of the members already have pages here:

Accenturemultinational corporation that is heavily involved in privatization and public-private partnerships in sectors such as schools.
AxaFrench multinational insurance firm with Bilderberg contacts
BNP ParibasWorld's 8th largest bank by total assets, paid the US Justice Department $8.97 billion after accusations of money laundering
Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationVery influential and rich foundation established to take leadership of global health.
ESSEC Business SchoolFrench prestigious business school
HEC Paris
Harvard Business School
International Labour Organization
Johnson & JohnsonThe Vice President, Adrian Thomas was a "player" in Event 201. In March 2020 Johnson & Johnson entered into a $456 million partnership with the US government for a COVID-19 vaccine.
MicrosoftStarted in 1975 with Paul Allen, Bill Gates developed Microsoft from a operating system maker of computers into one of the most prolific companies of all time, valued over $1 trillion, 3rd most valuable in the world. MS has over a billion in fines from corruption, mass surveillance violations & tax evasion. MS has market shares in dozens of markets, leading in the Platformization-epidemic of the 2010s started by big tech. It was the first partner in the NSA-PRISM program.
OECDDedicate itself to help "democracy" and a "good world economy". Originally started to fund Western Europe in the cold war.
Rockefeller Foundation
UnileverMultinational specialized in providing people the illusion of choice in local supermarkets. Targeted by Operation Gladio-agents in the Netherlands with blackmail.