Global supply chains provide critical jobs and capital, which can help people around the world raise their standard of living and improve their social mobility. Leading companies are experimenting with different investing methods to maximize these benefits within their own supply chains. For example, impact sourcing seeks to create jobs for people with limited opportunities for sustainable employment—often in low-income areas. Meanwhile, impact investing continues to grow as a sector that generates measurable social and environmental impacts alongside a financial return. Other companies are investing in innovative efforts to empower supply chain workforces at the sector level. This 90-minute interactive session will explore examples from several BSR members who are experimenting with these transformative approaches in their global supply chains.