Cincinnati Executives Talk ‘Inclusive Capitalism’

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Some of the region’s top business leaders are gathering this week to discuss inclusive capitalism and how other companies can adopt such practices. The heads of Procter & Gamble, Kroger and Cincinnati Children’s are among the panelists for Tuesday’s discussion.

Inclusive capitalism is a concept that capitalism could work better for everyone. It is “fundamentally about creating long-term value that benefits all stakeholders – businesses, investors, employees, customers, governments, communities, members of society and the planet,” according to the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism.

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