Tomorrow's Company

is an independent, non-profit think tank that inspires and enables business to be a force for good in society

Who are Tomorrow's Company?

We are an independent, pioneering not-for-profit think tank.
We bring business and society together to address some of the biggest challenges of today’s world, which we face through our research, innovation and collaborative action. We create challenging insights, breakthrough impacts and long term value for business and society.

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What do we do?

We aim to improve the quality of life by improving the quality of business. We believe that the best way of making positive progress is through dialogue, through collaboration between every part of the system, by producing critical research and creating the space for leaders to think differently. If you'd like to get involved and join a community of organisations that share our belief that companies succeed in the long term when they serve the interests of employees and society as well as their shareholders, don't hesitate to get in touch.

Financial Inclusion: In-work poverty

Nearly 2.8 million people are in work but living in poverty and four out of five low-paid workers fail to escape poverty after ten years in work. How can industry help to find better ways to make work pay? How can we help build financial resilience for those facing in-work poverty? How can we build a movement for change to enable this to happen?

 

Mental Health

Modern life is impacting our mental wellbeing, reducing our resilience and ability to cope with change. Of the 32 million people in work in the UK today, approaching 20 million have experienced mental health issues of one sort or other because of work. Most business programmes, whilst stepping in the right direction, are still largely reactive.
That needs to change.

Truth, Trust and Transparency

It is our view that concerns about truth, trust and transparency and how they are interconnected underpin some of the greatest challenges modern businesses face. This is happening across sectors; unlocking innovations and effecting change will only happen if we collaborate across industry and by working together with civil society.

Our Latest News

To improve public procurement – use the Trust Test

Public procurement is too often solely made on price, and not enough on true value and to account for areas...

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Serving All? How can employers support financial inclusion?

In January 2020, Tomorrow's Company co-hosted a major Financial Inclusion Summit, to launch our report into the role of employers...

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Five ways businesses can think differently about mental health

Mental health in the workplace has gone from a fringe idea to being mainstream and top of the agenda in…

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What does respect for employees mean in the age of the algorithm?

'There’s an algorithm here, tracking a human worker. Do you not see this as a problem?’ Darren Jones, MP, chair...

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What if the chancellor were an anthropist?

The 2025 Autumn Statement - a Naïve Proposal  Madam Speaker Today I wish to present the House with an entirely...

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One day of Anthropy

‘A great garden is a symphony’ Thus spoke Tim Smit yesterday as – for the first time – The Eden...

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Harvest Economics – sentimental throwback or idea whose time has come?

Recently, Kate Raworth the creator of Doughnut Economics, asked her twitter followers how she might better describe the flaws in...

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