Economist Impact drives progress on the world’s biggest issues with world-class policy research and global media amplification. We have extensive experience convening analysts and industry experts, influential audiences and global thought leaders to turn insights into action.
Think-tank rigour with global reach
Economist Impact works with leading corporations, foundations, NGOs and governments with a focus on sustainability, health and new globalisation. We combine bespoke policy research and insights from experts to influence and activate change in the world. Independent, rigorous analysis is integral to all our work; it’s why leading organisations partner with us and why we have a track-record of innovation and excellence.
"Economist Impact leads with credibility, with five R's characterising the brand - rigour, reliability, research, reach and real-world topics."
CMO, Deutsche Bank Corporate Bank
Impact in action
The United Nations asked Economist Impact to open their “SDG moment” conference to analyse progress and identify opportunities for improvement.
Our newly launched platform, The Sustainability Project spotlights and advances solutions. By using our ability to drive the conversation, we engage global stakeholders with the power to deliver real change.
Every year we host more than 150 in-person and virtual events, bringing together global audiences to discuss the issues that matter most. CEOs, thought leaders and senior political figures convene for guided debate on topics such as sustainability, trade, the future of technology and work. High-profile speakers share unparalleled insights during spirited exchanges. At Sustainability Week 2021 Mark Carney, the UN special envoy for climate action and finance, spoke about investment and financing requirements to achieve a net-zero emissions future and Erna Solberg, the prime minister of Norway, spoke about the transformative set of recommendations announced by the High-Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy. Anthony Scaramucci, former White House communications director, joined us to discuss the future of money. And Katherine Tai, US trade representative, shared the Biden administration's vision for worker-centred trade policy at an event about the future of work.
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