At OHOP 2019, we examined how we might unleash the capabilities of migrants and refugees, to create value for host communities. This set the base for a framework on how to support the development of refugees’ skills, which has since become a flat-pack, ready-to-implement solution that was launched to our markets in September 2019.
At OHOP 2019, we explored how big business and social entrepreneurs can collabotrate in new ways, to maximise positive impact in society. The need for Ingka Group to develop a framework for social entrepreneurs became clear, which is now planned for launch in 2020.
At OHOP 2019, we discussed how we might measure and communicate the impact of our actions on people and planet. This helped frame the development of a new internal measurement tool when it comes to our people and planet initiatives.
At OHOP 2019, we examined how new business models can enable people to live within the limits of the planet. This showed us that we are on the right track with our innovation projects, and some of the input has been integrated into the clean energy, urban farming and circular tests that are being conducted in our markets during 2019 and 2020.