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Social Responsibility

In the dynamic days of modern business, there exists a powerful triad: social responsibility, inclusion, and sustainability. These elements are intertwined, each influencing and reinforcing the other. To focus on one is commendable, but true transformative change emerges when all three are pursued.

Social Responsibility is more than just profit-making mechanisms, businesses are pillars of our society. They have the capacity, and some might argue, the duty, to shape societal values. Businesses that champion social responsibility are not solely driven by profit; they recognize the larger picture, their resources are called Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). These enterprises engage ethically, invest in societal upliftment, and actively address contemporary social challenges. 

With the planet's well-being hanging in the balance, sustainability is no longer an optional endeavor but a crucial commitment. Embracing sustainability translates to harmonizing business objectives with environmental concerns. This perspective is not just ethically right but also strategically smart. Eco-conscious consumers gravitate towards businesses that echo their values. 

Inclusive mindsets recognize that every individual, irrespective of their origins, brings something unique to the table. It's not about ticking boxes but crafting spaces where everyone feels seen, heard, and valued. By integrating diversity into their core ethos, businesses tap into a reservoir of creativity, innovation, and resilience. 

The narratives of social responsibility, sustainability, and inclusion are not standalone tales. They are interconnected chapters of a larger story, a story of a future that values societal progress, environmental harmony, and the richness of diversity. By championing businesses that embrace this triad, we can collectively author a narrative of hope, progress, and inclusivity for generations to come.



CSR Spending

Firms spend roughly $20 billion on corporate social responsibility per year


Charitable Giving

Americans gave a record $471 billion to charities in 2020


Green Consumers

63% are motivated to purchase from companies committed to social causes


Performance of teams

Diverse leadership are

 21% more likely to show above average results

*CSR: Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Responsibility Magazine | Nielsen  | Giving USA | McKinsey & Company | Cone Communications


Gender pay gap
Globally, women earn, on average, 16% less than men

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Discrimination at Work
36% of LGBTQ+ people 

decide about work based on past experiences or fear


Discrimination at Work

25% of employees of colour report discrimination at work 


Disabled People 

About 15% of the world's population lives with some form of disability

World Economic Forum | World Bank | Deloitte | Built In Z | Sprout Social

Heat wave

Climate Change 

The global temperature has Increased1.2°C since the 20th century


Sustainable Electricity

Renewables made up

29% of global  generation by the end of 2020


Deforestation rate

The rate was estimated at

10 million hectares in the

2015-2020 period

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Green Consumers Rate

55% of consumers are willing to pay more for

eco-friendly brands

49% Transport 12% Good 10% Food & Beverage 8% Agriculture 7% Services 6% Lodging 6% Constr

According to a research made by Nature Climate Change in 2018.

Source: IPCC | FAO | C2S | Nielsen

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