Our approach to inclusive economic growth is cross-sectoral and multi-disciplinary. Whether we are advancing productive uses of energy, supporting inclusive market systems development, catalyzing inclusive finance for women or Indigenous-led enterprises, applying gender/social inclusion-lens investing strategies to sectoral development, or advising on inclusive, gender-responsive business enabling environment policies to crowd in new actors, we know that equitable economic well-being for all population segments within a community is a critical cornerstone of resilience and sustainability. We build relationships between formal and informal economic actors in all their diversity to develop capacity and sustain growth that directly addresses systemic barriers or constraints to inclusive economic growth, including workplace discrimination, wage gaps, informality and unpaid work, and inequitable access to financial resources, training and skills building, and employment opportunities.