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Sustainability is about achieving prosperity and welfare for all of society over the longer term. The objective of such wellbeing is primarily twofold: first, optimizing equitable wellbeing outcomes; and secondly, protecting and regenerating the social and natural resource base that underpins this wellbeing. Long-term value creation can—and should—take into account the interests of all stakeholders.

Economies, societies, and the environment are more closely linked to each other now than 50 years ago. What was once seen as externalities in national economic policy making and individual corporate decision making will now need to be incorporated or internalized in the operations of every government, company, community, and individual. This triggers a paradigm shift from shareholder capitalism to stakeholder capitalism.

The definition of value itself has morphed from one that was solely focused on financial capital to one that recognizes value as being multi-capital and multi-dimensional. In the transition to a sustainable economy, we all need to adopt the goal of long-term value creation, which integrates financial, social and environmental value.

Ilkay transforms corporations, boards and investors’ approaches and strategies for long term value creation.

Transforming Mindsets: As a professional coach Ilkay supports executives, board members and entrepreneurs towards conscious leadership to align their purpose with profit.

Transforming Strategies: As a strategist and futurist, Ilkay supports senior decision makers, board members, start-ups and investors towards their transition for sustainable economic development and long-term value maximization.

Ilkay has developed Impact Driven Value Creation Model (6Ps) framework to support this transformation.

“Driving value in today’s competitive landscape requires a fresh approach. Impact Investing is imagining the next evolution in economies and finance.”