For the market to function effectively, it is essential that economic agents have clear, objective and non-discriminatory rules. In this scenario, complying with the standard is not a simple task and requires that the information disclosed by the different bodies be consistent and aligned with the same objectives.
Non-financial aspects are becoming increasingly relevant in business decisions and therefore it has become essential to incorporate these elements as management variables. Today it is necessary to generate specific metrics, which together with the traditional variables empower decision making. This is where ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) information has become a valuable element for business.
If you want your stakeholders to know your business’ contribution to economic, social, and environmental development, you must have a sustainability report. For this, check some of our tips for successful elaboration here.