Our pioneering approach to mapping and managing business impacts includes a proven record for demonstrating economic value added.
At a time when the benefits of companies to wider society are often questioned, clear and credible reporting of a business’s impacts upon society is vital for reputation and brand management. Corporate Citizenship has pioneered new forms of modelling social, environmental and economic impacts that can play an important role in addressing stakeholder concerns.
Our work with SABMiller pioneered the inclusion of economic impacts within corporate responsibility and sustainability reports. Since then, we have incorporated a detailed assessment of economic value added into sustainability reporting for Diageo, Ford, Cadbury, IFC, Unilever and others. As part of our well-established approach, we map job multipliers, tax contributions, supply chains, foreign exchange effects and country-level impacts.
Our approach to mapping business impacts is flexible and holistic. Stakeholders increasingly expect corporate citizens to understand fully the difference that they make to people’s lives. We believe that when credibly and effectively reported, such understanding is a valuable business asset.
Corporate Citizenship’s guide to assessing impact and developing better engagement with stakeholders and management decisions.
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