Most small and medium business owners want to improve sustainability and reduce their carbon footprint. The problem is not the will, but the logistics and frankly the financial realities of making it happen.
Engaging stakeholders in your growing business’s ESG journey is critical to building trust and promoting sustainability and social responsibility and building a strong foundation to work from.
By considering ESG factors, investors aim to identify businesses that are better equipped to navigate future challenges related to environmental changes, social issues, and corporate governance failures.
Weaving ESG principles (and actions) into your small business strategy is good for business as well as your community.
Increasingly customers and investors are asking for transparency in business’s ESG credentials and many are voting with their feet if they are not up to scratch.