Gib Bulloch is a Visiting Fellow at the Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility and serves on the US Board of the END Fund and the Board of DFID’s Business Innovation Facility. He is the Founder and Executive Director of Accenture Development Partnerships (ADP), a ring-fenced not-for-profit consulting group within Accenture, whose clients include many of the major international NGOs and development agencies. ADP’s main focus is bringing affordable business and technology expertise to the international development sector and promoting private sector engagement in sustainable development. Launched in 2003, ADP’s “self-sustaining” business model has been used as an example of corporate best practice in social innovation in a number of publications including WhatIf’s book “Everyday Legends” highlighting the stories of 20 leading social entrepreneurs and by John Elkington in “The Social Intrapreneur: A Field Guide for Corporate Changemakers”. In 2007, ADP was awarded the Management Consulting Association (MCA)’s Corporate Social Responsibility Award and in 2008, Gib was named as the Sunday Times sponsored Management Consultant of the Year in the Best Partner/Director category. With 15 years’ experience in the field of Corporate Responsibility, Gib travels and works extensively in developing countries and is a regular speaker on the role of business in development, cross-sectorial partnerships and social entrepreneurship in a corporate context.