Over the past few years, global companies have increased their focus on women’s empowerment, resulting in a proliferation of initiatives and investments to place more women on boards, support female entrepreneurs in supply chains, commit to purchasing goods produced by women, and more. While most of these developments are valuable, they are hardly game-changing—as the economic gender gap between men and women remains stubbornly wide. What is holding business back from serious action on gender equality? We will explore how the business movement for women’s empowerment can catalyze top-level commitments and collective action for change. Together, we will debate/discuss/consider practical steps companies can take for powerful action.