Putting Sustainability at the Center of Business

Today’s business leaders know that managing environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors is crucial to both limiting risk and ensuring future growth. Companies are under increasing pressure from supply chain partners, consumers, employees, investors, and regulators to be more transparent about their sustainability actions. They want to see real progress across areas like climate action, circular economy, and social equity. This is compelling businesses to transform how they operate, collaborate, and use technology to run more sustainably.

In this series sponsored by SAP, we’ll take a closer look at what it means to put sustainability and social impact at the heart of business strategy. We’ll unpack the data companies should be gathering and how they can use it to drive decision-making and steer positive environmental and social impact through the way they do business. (Image credit: mavoimages/Adobe Stock)


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