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Businesses have direct influence on health in many ways; through employment, procurement, resource allocation, estates use and capital investments. Therefore, businesses also have a role in reducing health inequalities. Here are 10 ways we hope provide a working frame for organisations with ambitions to play their part in tackling health in equalities