Social and economic development

Focusing on all of your stakeholders, developing strong relationships with people, communities, and society to drive positive change

Companies that respect their relationships with people, communities and society recognize the significance of social and economic development. Social sustainability issues identify business impacts on employees, customers, communities as well as across the supply chain. Some key areas of focus include workforce diversity and inclusion, health and safety, supply chain risks, customer satisfaction and equal opportunities. Good social performance can enhance a company’s reputation, improve business performance and build brand equity.

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Zoe Thompson

Zoe Thompson

Social Strategy Leader, KPMG US

+1 713-319-2795
Brent McDaniel

Brent McDaniel

Ethical Business Leader, KPMG US

+1 214-840-2979
Mark Fitzgerald

Mark Fitzgerald

International Development Leader, KPMG US

+1 703-286-6577
Anita Whitehead

Anita Whitehead

Philanthropy Leader and Chair, KPMG US, Foundation

+1 703-286-8245