Wednesday 27th October 2021
How Sustainability can benefit your business?
We all know Sustainability is important for the environment but are you aware of how sustainability benefits your business?
Besides the various funds your business qualifies for by working on Sustainability Targets, there are multiple benefits to becoming a Sustainable business!
Unsure what business sustainability actually means?
Business sustainability is the practice of operating a business that supports the community and economy dependent on a healthy planet.
A sustainable business earns profits by being socially responsible and protecting our use of the planet’s resources.
So Why is Sustainability important for your Business?
Here are 4 main reasons your business should consider Sustainability.
1. Increase Efficiency
(Statistics taken from studies undergone by Nielsen)
2. Meet Consumer Demands
(Statistics taken from studies undergone by Nielsen)
3. Add Value and Competitive Advantage to your Business
(Statistics taken from studies undergone by Nielsen)
4. Better Workforce
(Statistics taken from studies undergone by Fast Company)
Ref: Talal Rafi Forbes Councils Member https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesbusinesscouncil/2021/02/10/why-corporate-strategies-should-be-focused-on-sustainability/?sh=7e1a11297e9f
If you are considering beginning your sustainability journey, contact Verifact today at firstname.lastname@example.org for a free consultation. We can provide you with the relevant information for your business and assist you on the various steps needed to get started!
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