Small- to medium-enterprises (SMEs) have been recognized as an important economic catalyst by contributing towards financial growth, creating jobs, reducing global poverty, and expediting national development by generating income and national wealth. A significant portion of this economic growth can be achieved through the investments they financially support and offer to their employee stakeholders.
Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) is an umbrella term describing how a company incorporates environmental, social & economic issues within its strategy, processes and governance structure. Your small business may be performing many ESG functions already, even if you’re not aware of it. Learn how to develop your ESG strategy in 6 steps!
For small businesses to produce environmental and social impact, there must be a strategic focus, otherwise sustainable action will easily fall through the cracks. Balancing profit generation and purposefulness can be challenging, but as we have witnessed, it can be done effectively, benefiting all stakeholders. Climate solutions are within reach!
Dear Business Owner, My name is Jenny Morgan, and I recently joined the Tradewater team. I was previously a Tradewater…
Tradewater was built on the idea that many small actions can have a large collective impact. The Carbon Neutral Collective empowers companies to achieve business success by making a long lasting, impactful sustainability commitment.