Disability is
your business

The Valuable 500 is the global CEO community revolutionising
disability inclusion through business leadership and opportunity.

Join us to help build an inclusive world where everybody wins.

The Valuable 500

The global movement putting disability on the business leadership agenda.

We need 500 national and multinational, private sector corporations to be the tipping-point for change and help unlock the social and economic value of people living with disabilities across the world. Because the potential of 1.3 billion should not be ignored.

Whether you’re starting your disability inclusion journey, scaling up or leading the charge, join The Valuable 500 to show the world how it’s done.

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Leaders can change lives

The Valuable 500 is a business to business initiative catalysing the influence of large private sector corporations in national and international markets.

By joining The Valuable 500, you agree to:

Table disability on your board agenda from 2020.

Make ONE firm commitment to action by January 2021.

Share your commitment to The Valuable 500 internally and externally.

In return, you will have access to our Valuable resources and a community of like-minded peers.
Information on how to access each of these will be available upon sign up.

You’ll need to validate your commitment to The Valuable 500 with the signature of your Chair or CEO.

[daɪˈvɜːsɪʃ]

Adjective: diversish

Selectively inclusive of some types of people within a company, group or business, depending on which type suits the company best.

Why this matters

Over 1.3 billion people across the world live with some form of disability.

World Bank Group

Together with their friends and family, this group has a spending power of $8 trillion.

Global Economics of Disability Report

80% of disabilities are acquired between the ages of 18 and 64 – the workforce age.

Disabled Living Foundation

Only 4% of businesses are focused on making offerings inclusive of disability.

Global Economics of Disability Report

There are more clothing lines for dogs than for disabled people.

Stephanie Thomas of Cur8able

Valuable Leader Conversations

In this series of interviews, Valuable 500 Founder Caroline Casey speaks to some of our most valuable leaders about getting disability on the corporate diversity agenda.

What does it mean for your business?

  • Heightened innovation
  • Increased customer base
  • Improved experiences for all
  • Greater workplace productivity
  • Reduced risk
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