Every day, around the world people throughout KPMG are using their creativity combined with innovation and technology to solve some of the most pressing challenges for our clients, our people, and our communities. Experience has shown new ideas and innovative approaches don’t emerge from isolation but in our ability to bring diverse ideas and perspectives from across our ecosystems of employees, clients, technology firms, start-ups, governments, not-for-profit organizations and our communities.  When we bring innovative ideas from these different perspectives the benefit extends well beyond our walls and borders. Here is a small sample of where our innovation has contributed to a better world.

Fostering innovation for a better world

Real innovation is not restricted to laboratories or research centers. It requires connections across an entire network, including the community.


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Uncovering the talent potential in neurodiverse individuals

KPMG uses innovative approach and collaboration to solve talent issue and provide opportunities.


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Innovation, design thinking and gamification to help young entrepreneurs unleash their potential

A new game created for Enactus that helps youth explore barriers to creativity and biases that hinder decision-making, innovation and problem-solving.


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KPMG Origins uses innovation to provide new levels of security and transparency to complex global supply chains

Tapping into game-changing security and transparency features of blockchain, and other emerging technologies, to deliver greater trust, visibility and traceability.


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Opening the digital front door for health equity

Using cloud based technology to help people  in underserved communities to access COVID-19 related resources that are culturally and linguistically appropriate.


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KPMG raises bar on innovation to help Blind Citizens Australia make a difference

KPMG Australia worked with BCA to develop a digital database that is accessible to its entire staff – most of whom are blind or vision impaired.


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