Building a strategy to improve your impact on the environment, the public, and your team means analyzing your current business model to identify key places for transformation and improvement. Embracing a new level of corporate social responsibility encompasses all facets of business: internal operations, suppliers, distribution chains, and more.
Welcome to the first step in improving your company’s social and environmental impact. At Swiss Approach we believe in helping companies build holistic business models that will ensure longevity; which is becoming progressively more important in today’s marketplace.
Due to both social and environmental factors, the last five years has brought a demand for CSR and corporate sustainability in organizations. This means that the impact of business operations on employees, the environment, and society has been called to attention. With this shift, businesses must adapt to stay competitive.
ASK THE RIGHT QUESTIONS
After functioning in an effective business model for some time, implementing changes to align with new standards of responsibility may be overwhelming. Here are some questions your business and investors may be asking:
- What is the best strategy for my company to become responsible and sustainable?
- How will prioritizing corporate social responsibility affect our bottom line?
- How can exercises like sustainability reporting deliver more value to our business and align us with our long-term CSR goals?
- How can corporate sustainability make my company more efficient?
- How can my company measure the quantitative impact of changes made?
- What is the procedure for documenting, presenting, and communicating these changes?
- Does integrating corporate social responsibility mean shifting our brand?
By working with our team you will have all the resources to answer these questions.
Corporate Social Responsibility with Agility
TODAY COMPANIES ARE EVOLVING
FOR A SUSTAINABLE TOMORROW.
Today, companies are no longer seen merely as merchants, rather, they are seen as organizations built off of values, brand identity, and impact. Setting a high standard for your corporate responsibility is not merely about the company’s effects on the environment, the public’s opinion, or your stakeholders’ satisfaction; rather, it is an overarching purpose to serve the community well by all ethical and social standards. Ultimately, it is procuring an accredited and respected position in your market, while approaching future challenges in a proactive and strategic manner that ensures sustainable growth.
Your goal is to improve your impact; our goal is to make it happen.
“93% of the world’s largest 250 corporations report on their sustainability performance.”
KPMG Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2017
What you will gain:
*A new directive introduced by the EU requires companies with 500+ employees to explain their environmental and social impacts as well as their awareness of employee well being and consciousness of human rights. In addition, the report will outline a description of the current business model and cover the risks and outcomes of operations in the last year.