Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact practice has released the final report in its Innovation Trends Report series.
In the fifth report, Inclusive Global Economies, Weber Shandwick explore how purpose-driven organisations are redefining the economic rules that have guided us since World War II and offer a perspective on how to accelerate the creation of a more holistic and inclusive capitalist system – including a road map and action plan for communications and engagement.
Weber Shandwick created the Innovation Trends Report series as part of its strategic focus on the Solution Economy – where working across boundaries, disciplines and sectors to solve tough problems holds the promise to push us all forward.
Weber Shandwick says the report forms part of its “commitment to accelerate creative solutions to address social and environmental issues”.
“The aim of the series is to answer questions about how to catalyse and sustain enduring progress against poverty, inequality, disease and climate change. The answers will be born from unprecedented collaboration among policymakers, business leaders, social sector organizations and everyday citizens within a new economic construct – an inclusive global economy,” the firm says.