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Global leaders who drive shared value:

Michael E. Porter
“The purpose of the corporation must be redefined as creating shared value, not just profit per se. This will drive the next wave of innovation and productivity growth in the global economy.”
Michael E. Porter  Bishop William Lawrence University Professor, Harvard Business School

Top corporations and organizations have benefited from the practice of shared value. Now it's your turn to get involved.

Inventive organizations are practicing shared value. Meet our world-class partners.

ChevronNestléRockefeller FoundationThe Coca-Cola CompanyNational Australia Bank
PATHBASF South AmericaBD Medical TechnnologyBlackbaudFibria
MerckNovartisPearson
ChevronNestléRockefeller FoundationThe Coca-Cola Company
National Australia BankPATHBASF South AmericaBD Medical Technnology
BlackbaudFibriaMerckNovartis
Pearson
ChevronNestléRockefeller FoundationThe Coca-Cola Company