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As Digital Innovation Partner, Infosys will power The Economist Group’s latest global initiative to advance the discourse on sustainability among world leaders and businesses

Bengaluru, NFAPost: Infosys, a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, and The Economist Group, a leading global media company have announced a new strategic partnership designed to enable and accelerate sustainability solutions and drive world-changing impact through a new business-to-business model.

The aspiration to deliver the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development has driven Infosys and The Economist Group to join forces to create the necessary climate for change. This initiative to balance human aspirations with the planet’s ability to sustain them is designed to unlock the long-term thinking of businesses and other institutions while combining insights, innovation and influence.

The first phase of the strategic, multi-year partnership will be launched in October 2021, which will combine Infosys’ groundbreaking digital services and capabilities with the strength and depth of The Economist Group’s global policy research, insights and events expertise.

The partnership will also see The Economist Group and Infosys advance sustainability dialogue and inspire action towards creating a better, more sustainable world.

The Economist Group CEO Lara Boro said a sustainable future will depend on creative collaboration. “This exciting partnership with Infosys shows how pooling strengths can accelerate innovation and amplify impact in the pursuit of progress,” said Lara Boro.

Infosys CEO Salil Parekh said Infosys says their focus is to serve the preservation of our planet by shaping sustainability solutions which are driven by insights that inform, experiences that immerse, and platforms that drive action.

“We take great pride in leveraging the power of digital technologies to drive global business transformation. As a digital innovation partner, we are delighted to catalyze progress by supporting The Economist Group to enable global sustainability stakeholders and accelerate the agenda for global businesses towards a better, greener future,” said Salil Parekh.

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