1. Incorporate ESG into your business strategy
2. Consider your consumption
3. Gain accreditations
4. Focus on your employees
5. Communicate with stakeholders
7. Reach out for guidance from a specialist company
For companies looking to align their business practices to their ethos, seeking consultation from experts can be a good place to start. Conducting a review of your organisation’s credentials is the first step towards building a secure and transparent business strategy that will be attractive for clients and investors and boost revenue in the future.
Article by George Martin
George is currently undertaking a masters degree in Public International Law at the University of Nottingham. He provides paralegal and research assistance to the legal team at Prospect Law.
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