True growth - driving economic and social progress

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At Deloitte we believe that business has the power and the responsibility to positively impact society. In line with this, Deloitte has partnered with the Social Progress Imperative – an organisation that is driving the debate about social progress globally.

To effectively tackle the economic and social problems that challenge national stability and growth, both must be measured. The Social Progress Index 2014 focuses on a country’s social and environmental strengths and weaknesses, independent of their economic performance. Covering critical issues such as healthcare, infrastructure and civil liberties, the Index benchmarks country performance to drive forward national debate and help prioritize investment decisions.

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to a briefing to introduce the 2014 results. We are delighted that Professor Michael Porter will join as a guest speaker to deliver a key note address on the connection between social and economic progress and the opportunities gained if all sectors recognise the importance of both. A panel discussion will follow to debate how we can use the Index to galvanize collective action to unlock true growth and progress.

This event promises to stimulate conversation about the impact we can have working collectively as leaders in business and society.

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