Get to know the shared value presence in your region of the globe with the help of the Shared Value Initiative's regional partnerships.
The Shared Value Project is a regional community of practice committed to driving adoption and implementation of shared value strategies among leaders and companies, civil society, and government organisations in Australia.
The Shared Value Project is the exclusive Regional Partner of the Shared Value Initiative, and as the local peak practice body supports the development of shared value in Australia via a membership program, the creation of knowledge, skills and social networks, and facilitating engagement among leaders in the corporate, not-for-profit and government sectors who are looking for a better method of generating economic and social returns.
Institute for Competitiveness, India, joined hands with the Shared Value Initiative to introduce the shared value paradigm among the organizations in India in the year 2015. The Indian body, known as the Shared Value Initiative India (SVII), is the exclusive Regional Partner of Shared Value Initiative in the U.S. It also shares a collaborative partnership with Shared Value Project based in Australia. The initiative is an attempt to reshape the fundamental aspects of capitalism and society in India, which is one of the fastest developing economies in the world.
Shared Value Initiative India connects the business and community leaders towards defining the practices of shared value in India. The initiative commits to bringing forward the realization, understanding, adoption and implementation of the best practices for creating shared value among the companies, civil society and government organizations in India. Shared value practices will accelerate the economic and social progress towards a more equitable and sustainable world.
Africa has specific needs that cannot be addressed from the outside in; there’s a real need for African-driven solutions to African problems, and Shared Value is the key. For the innovative, forward-thinking business, real growth opportunities can be found in addressing social challenges. The African continent is at a critical crossroads. The twenty-first century can be the era when Africa lifts itself out of poverty – if business silos and cross-border barriers can be eliminated. It is imperative that we create a network backed by businesses, both established and start-up, to collaborate, co-operate and engage to build stable, prosperous and sustainable economies, that leave no one behind.
Bring together businesses and business communities from across Africa with a common purpose: to build the African economy. To shift Africa from being the poorest continent to the most economically viable. To bring about change at scale.
Through partnership with a variety of stakeholder groups, including regional and national corporations, non-profits, multi-and bilat eral development agencies and foundations, the SVAI will create Africa’s most powerful business network.
is key to Africa realizing its potential in the twentyfirst century. It is time for business to step up. Indeed, it is sound business for companies to incorporate social development into their strategy. Africa’s challenges are great, yet they hold opportunities for sustainable growth and profit potential.
OUR COMMON PURPOSE
To build the African economy for our people and our continent.