For people who believe
impact matters

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The Good Economy is a leading social advisory firm, specialising in impact measurement and management.

We use our knowledge and expertise to enable clients to understand, enhance and communicate their positive impact on people and planet.

Our mission is to enhance the contribution of finance and business to inclusive and sustainable development.

We operate out of Bath and London with clients and partners working in the UK, Europe, Africa and South Asia.

SPOTLIGHT ON...
Affordable Housing Spotlight on Affordable Housing

An indepth look at our work in affordable housing, including helping investors measure and report on their impact. Explore our clients, case studies, impact reports and more.

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SMEs Spotlight on SMEs

Explore our work for investors, governments and development agencies seeking to strengthen the role of SMEs in developed and emerging market economies.

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  • Case studies
  • CBRE Global Investors Case Study CBRE Global Investors Explore our work enabling CBRE GI to measure, manage and report on the social impact of its investments in affordable housing
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  • DfID’s Impact Programme Case Study DfID’s Impact Programme We’re part of a core consortium managing the current phase of the Impact Programme, increasing the supply of impact capital in Africa and South Asia
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Articles
Free webinar series launched to support consultation on ESG reporting for the social housing sector – register now! Event 20/05/20 Free webinar series launched to support consultation on ESG reporting for the social housing sector – register now!

Registration is now open for a series of webinar discussions on ESG criteria for housing associations

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Powerful Good Jobs Rating tool launched in Paris News 05/03/20 Powerful Good Jobs Rating tool launched in Paris

The Good Economy unveils analytics tool designed enabling investors to consider wider impact of company employment

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