Palladium is a global impact firm, working to link social progress and commercial growth. For the past 50 years, they’ve been helping their clients to see the world as interconnected – by formulating strategies, building partnerships, and implementing programs that have a lasting social and financial impact. They simply call this “Positive Impact”.
They work with corporations, governments, investors, communities, and civil society. With a global network operating in over 90 countries, Palladium is in the business of making the world a better place.
Palladiums has capabilities across Program Management, Strategy, Impact Investment, and Procurement and Logistics.
With teams on the ground in over 90 countries, our clients rely on us to bring local knowledge, unparalleled technical expertise, and an impact-focused precision to bear on their most complex projects. We manage large-scale, global social and economic change initiatives, and delivering on-time and on-budget in any context is a given. Every program we take on is delivered flawlessly while safeguarding those we serve.
No organisation exists in isolation. Every one of us operates in an “ecosystem” – a complex network of people, cultures, processes, and (sometimes competing) interests – and the only way to ensure long-term success is by linking social and financial results. We combine the rigour of private sector strategy execution with our deep understanding of development fundamentals to create true sustainability for companies, economies, and societies.
Making the world a better place requires resources, and traditional funding models – such as foreign aid, philanthropy, and CSR – each have their own limitations. Some are too short-term, while others are too narrowly focused. But the need for funding is real, and the capital exists. Palladium mobilises private capital to address social issues while generating a financial return for investors.
Procurement & Logistics
It can sometimes be difficult to reach those who need our help most. Post-disaster, post-conflict, and remote locations can be particularly challenging, but for the past 30 years, we’ve consistently helped governments, NGOs, and businesses reach people and markets in seemingly impossible environments.
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