Business for Inclusive Growth

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Group.png Business for Inclusive Growth
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FormationAugust 2019
Membership• OECD
• Accenture
• AXA
• BASF
• BNP Paribas
• Caisse des Dépôts
• Capgemini
• Crédit Agricole
• Danone
• Edelman
• GINgroup
• Goldman Sachs
• Henkel
• Hitachi
• JAB
• 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
• TIAA
• 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.



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