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Complimentary Report Provides Expert Insights Into Quantitative Corporate Impact


Know how your business can incorporate “quantitative” measures to gaze impacts and deliver on “SDGS and Paris Agreement”.

Dailycsr.com – 30 November 2017 – According to Ethical Corporation’s ‘complementary report’, businesses need to make a pro-active move to create impact, which alone will help in successfully navigating through the “current political, social upheaval” to deliver on the “SDGS and Paris Agreement”.
However, the Ethical Corporation questions:
“But how can business drive the delivery of impact that is quantifiable and meaningful?”
It is an attempt to arrive at the answer to the above mentioned question, they have come up with recent publication – a report consisting of twenty eight pages, wherein expert from various companies like “Unilever, Dell, Heineken, ebay, Mastercard, WBCSD, IKEA, Vodafone and Siemens” share their views on “how they’re driving quantified social impact through their business”.
One can avail a “complimentary copy of the report” at
Here are some of the issues that has been dealt with in the report, as mentioned by Ethical Performance:
  • Driving social purpose through your business with expert advice from Paul Polman, CEO at Unilever and Aongus Hegarty, President EMEA at Dell
  • Delivering on the climate goals set-forth in the Paris agreement with insight from Maurice Tulloch, Chairman, Global General Insurance at Aviva and Marion Verles, CEO at Gold Standard
  • Meeting the SDG goals with approaches from Richard Howitt, CEO at Integrated Reporting and Hugo G. von Meijenfeldt, Coordinator National Implementation SDG’s from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands
  • Using data and information effectively to deliver impact with WBCSD, McDonald's, IKEA, ING, The Body Shop and Siemens
  • Strengthening internal and external engagement to prove your case, get others on board and moving beyond collaboration with strategies from IKEA, eBay, Mars, Vodafone, UNWFP, Mastercard, Johnson & Johnson, The Rockefeller Foundation, GSK, Barclays, Vodafone, Tetra Pak …