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How social 'intrapreneurs' can help businesses achieve ESG targets

Social intrapreneurs are talented and ambitious employees who want to use their firm’s resources to create positive social and environmental impact. Image: Akil Mazumder for Pexels

Steve Krouskos

Global Managing Partner, Business Enablement, EY

François Bonnici

Director, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, Head of Social Innovation, World Economic Forum

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