Since taking a life changing decision at 28 to leave her successful career as a management consultant and travel across India on an elephant, Caroline has been committed to building a global movement on inclusive business to build an equal society for the 1 billion people in the world with a disability. Caroline has set up a new company, Binc, whose mission is to collaborate with some of the world’s leading organisations identifying what she refers to as “The New Green” – the new business imperative for success – Inclusive Business. Hot on the heels of her awe-inspiring talk in Rome at the Festival of Media this year, Caroline Casey talks to Jeremy King about where her incredible journey to get business leaders to put disability on the agenda will go to next.
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