To be effective, your Sustainability strategy must be fully integrated into your business model.
Sustainability strategy formulation
A sustainability business strategy is the integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals into an effective strategy with the aim of creating long-term value for your business, your stakeholders and wider society, while sustaining and enhancing our natural resources for future generations.
To be effective your sustainability strategy must sit at the heart of your business and be fully integrated into your business model.
Your business is unique and at Mazars we have the expertise to assist you to connect the dots and formulate a strategy that is tailor-made for your business while at the same time ensuring compliance to increased levels of regulation.
How we can help
We will formulate a comprehensive stakeholder engagement policy, ensuring all parties are considered, approach planned, and strategies agreed;
Identify and focus on the material topics that have the biggest impact on your business and which matters most to stakeholders as they relate to economic, environmental and social risks that could affect your business reputation and your ability to create value;
Set up systems to measure chosen key performance indicators;
If you would like to speak with a member of our Sustainability Team about any of our services:
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