As an advocate for responsible business in Nigeria and having progressively developed its own Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes, The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) sought to begin formally reporting on its CSR commitments and achievements.
The NSE commissioned Corporate Citizenship to produce its first CSR Report in 2015.
Corporate Citizenship, began by helping the NSE to think through and articulate its vision and ambition for CSR reporting. We then worked collaboratively with the NSE to develop a plan for the production of the first stainability report, which aimed to set the foundation for future reports by communicating not only what the companies current activities were, but ultimately what the NSE was setting out to do in the future.
In producing the report, Corporate Citizenship worked with the NSE to:
- Scope and plan the report.
- Gather relevant data and information from various parts of the business, which included conducting interviews with relevant internal and external stakeholders.
- Write the content of the report in close consultation with the NSE, in a way that was concise and delivered the organisations key messages in an engaging way.
- Oversaw the design of the report in partnership with our specialist design agency.
We produced a written and fully designed CSR report (PDF and print ready version), which met international best practice, and effectively communicated the NSE CSR strategy, programmes and future ambition.