Invent for Society

As a globally renowned technology and digital leader, we have the responsibility, the ambition and the means to contribute to solving major societal questions that are shaping our future world – and at Capgemini Invent we are contributing to realizing this ambition. Invent for Society aims to value how social impact is part of the fabric of what we do every day with our clients.

Digital technologies are causing massive global disruption. Within Capgemini Invent we leverage digital technologies and our team members are engaged in projects that shape the future in areas that include waste reduction, energy transition, education, digital inclusion, predictive healthcare, employment, poverty prevention and housing. And the list continues to grow.

Invent for Society encompasses three areas:

Health and Social Care is about helping our clients to reinvent the way health and social care are provided to citizens.

Environment focuses on helping our clients build and deliver their low carbon strategies.

Trust in an Intelligent World aims at making the most of data and artificial intelligence, while reinforcing digital human rights and trust.

World Economic Forum 2021

In January 2021, we participated to the Virtual Davos Summit. This event has enabled us to gain great insights on key topics that are closed to our CSR ambition and strategy such as the energy transition facilitating the net-zero goal in 2030, embracing new technologies to accelerate innovation and overcome the climate crisis, and finally inclusion reducing the gap on digital inclusion and partnering for racial justice.

ChangeNOW 2021

ChangeNOW is one of the largest events for solutions towards our planet. And as an official partner for the second year in a row, Capgemini Invent ran three thought provoking sessions as we all strive towards the 17 Sustainable Development Goals defined by the United Nations. We have express our understanding about challenges and needs regarding new business models for a more sustainable future, as well as the need for new leadership models, through a conversation including our CEO, Aiman Ezzat, in a conversation with Pierre Louette, CEO Les Echos and Stéphane Richard, Chairman and CEO d’Orange.

World Climate Summit – The investment COP2021

Capgemini Invent has been partnering with World Climate Foundation since 2019, and we have renewed our commitment at COP 26 in November 2021. We will be proud to be keynote speakers for the introduction and closing sessions and we look forward to open great conversations with clients and partners to find innovative and sustainable solutions for a greener future.

Invent for Society

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