1) How will your company or organisation benefit from the transition to the green economy?
2) Are your competitors better prepared, gaining a competitive advantage?
Your competitors will gain a competitive advantage if they are better prepared/preparing for:
- Changes and stricter regulations regarding emissions, adjusting their products and services accordingly.
- Changes in buying patterns and investment decisions taken by newer generations which are overwhelmingly pro-sustainability.
- Stricter stock exchange rules (World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) fully aligned with GRI Standards)
- The EU Directive: Large Companies must report non-financial information
- Investors who want to see that a company is well-prepared for the foreseeable future.
- Ever growing supply chain pressure. Companies are choosing to do business with corporations that can provide sustainability-related information and data and can demonstrate that they are aware of environmental, economic and societal risks, taking continuous action. These companies are looking for long-term, sustainable relationships.
A good GRI Standards CSR/ ESG/ SDG/ Sustainability Report will help you make sound sustainable development decisions and help you gain competitive advantage.
• How to use the GRI Standards ASAP to accelerate positive change
• License to operate – Millennials
• Case Studies: How companies are cleaning their supply chains of bad environmental and social practices
• Case studies: How companies are affecting positive change on the economies and societies they operate in and rely on for profit/growth
• Laying the foundation for good communication with responsible CSR/ sustainability reporting
Sustainability Reporting and Marketing Communication Strategy Expert. Simon is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and a Chartered Marketer, and holds an MBA in Marketing. He is a GRI and IEMA Trainer, the publisher of www.sustaincase.com and owner of www.fbrh.co.uk. Simon teaches the FBRH GRI Standards Certified and IEMA Approved Course (venue: London LSE).
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FBRH GRI Standards Certified and IEMA approved Sustainability Course | Venue: London LSE
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