The Persuaders podcast – season 1, episode 8 – Ernst & Young - Andrew Hobbs
Aug 30, 2021

The Persuaders podcast – season 1, episode 8 – Ernst & Young - Andrew Hobbs

This time we are joined by Andrew Hobbs, Partner & Public Policy Leader at Ernst & Young for Europe, Middle East, India and Africa. And this episode we talk about stakeholder capitalism.

Stakeholder capitalism is not a new term, but the term is evolving and is in some ways also being re-defined. As we discuss in this episode, stakeholder capitalism includes focus on creating long-term value not only for shareholders but also for customers, suppliers, employees, communities etc. We talk about why this is important and maybe even necessary to avoid or minimize the damages if you get into trouble as a company and how it can help you in war-time.

Andrew shares his views on what E&Y has learned and how they approach stakeholder capitalism. And he gives a few pieces of advice for Public Affairs professionals and how you gain trust internally and externally and finally how you get leaders involved in the PA work (including stakeholder capitalism).

The host of the Persuaders podcast is Anders Kopp Jensen, founder and CEO of Ulobby. 


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The Persuaders podcast – season 1, episode 8 – Ernst & Young - Andrew Hobbs

Annette comes from a digital PR and communications agency and has previously worked as a customer success manager. At Ulobby, she provides support across all departments in the organization. She is the coordinating link for our external partners and helps the company's initiatives internally as well as externally. She is an amateur photographer, SoMe enthusiast and lover of wine, food, and all things cultural. She spends her days outside work with friends and family.

Annette Kildegaard

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