Sanpo Yoshi shows how business can work for everyone


As the world emerges from the global pandemic, we are presented with an opportunity to rebuild trade and infrastructure in a way that will help individuals and society flourish, while also protecting the environment.

A 400-year-old Japanese business philosophy could make all the difference in achieving this: Sanpo Yoshi means “three-way benefit”, referring to business that is good for the company, the customer, and society as a whole.

Watch this video to discover more about the impact Sanpo Yoshi can have on people’s lives.


John McKenna

John McKenna is an award-winning business journalist with specialist experience in the energy, infrastructure and industrial sectors, John's stories have appeared in leading British newspapers including The Times and The Daily Telegraph.