Rebuilding for All
The Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth and The Aspen Institute proudly present the 2021 Global Inclusive Growth Summit. Join a community of purpose-driven leaders for a day-long summit to take collective action towards rebuilding an economy that works for everyone, everywhere. The Summit will bring together leaders from across sectors to catalyze new partnerships and shine a spotlight on solutions that advance inclusive and sustainable economies around the world.
Hear from purpose-driven leaders on inclusive growth
Experience robust and thoughtful discussions on the most important inclusive growth topics from the experts themselves.
In case you missed it, watch the highlights of the summit showcasing some of the best discussions from visionary leaders on inclusive growth. See thought leaders share groundbreaking ideas and initiatives aimed at fostering economic development that leaves no one behind.
The summit's most memorable moments
Celebrating champions of inclusive growth
Experience the summit through our official photographs of the most memorable and important moments, and celebrate the minds that champion inclusive growth all over the world.
Rebuilding for All: Inclusive by Design
Insights from inclusive growth leaders, in their own words
“We know that it’s no longer about the environment versus the economy in Miami. In Miami, the environment is the economy.”
Mayor, City of Miami
“It’s really important everyone understand that systemic racism — indeed any structure or institution that restricts opportunity based on a person’s skin color, their family connections or any of those sorts of things — is an economic issue.”
President & CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
“I think it’s morally, practically and economically unacceptable that we have this kind of inequity of access and we need to solve it.”
Director General, World Trade Organization
“If COVID has taught us anything, it is that we are deeply interconnected and our well-being is inextricably linked to the health and wellbeing of all.”
Former Executive Chairman, Mastercard
“Every good-paying job going forward is digital, is data, is tech. And so everybody deserves to participate and that means having broadband.”
Secretary of Commerce, The United States of America
“So, here is my on-going challenge to business leaders, foundation leaders, and non-profit leaders across our country: Think about what more you can do to remove barriers to opportunity within your own businesses and organizations. To make those businesses and organizations as inclusive as they are strong. And then, please do it.”
Vice President of the United States of America
“It’s not so much poverty or adversity that breaks people’s spirits. It’s the feeling of being frozen, getting up every day, looking in the mirror and believing that every tomorrow is going to be just like yesterday, no matter what you do.”
William Jefferson Clinton
42nd President of the United States, Founder and Board Chair, The Clinton Foundation