Business and sustainable development: what do we do now?
Corporate Social Responsibility, or CSR, is the contribution made by businesses to support sustainable development. They aim to have a positive impact on society by respecting the environment, all the while remaining economically viable. So, in practical terms, how can a start-up realistically achieve these objectives when they are, above all, seeking to attract new users, to develop new markets and to simply grow?
To discuss this subject, we have invited:
> Jeremy Büttner, Partnerships & Negative Emission at Stripe,
> Julie de Mony-Pajol - Customer Success Manager - Sustainable Supply chain at EcoVadis,
> And Julien Devaureix, host and founder of the podcast Sismique who will be moderating the talk.
Our guests will discuss the following topics:
> Sustainable development in a company: is this still a priority today?
> How is it addressed at Stripe (who have numerous initiatives on the subject) and Ecovadis (for whom this is their core business)?]
> How does one implement a CSR strategy in an organization?
> What are the challenges in terms of financial reporting and company culture?
> What opportunities does it offer in terms of company branding, communication, other areas of business e.t.c.?
> How does one implement this initiative when it is not inherently at the heart of the business?
> Where should you start? Carbon neutrality? Something else?
> Will the Covid19 crisis accelerate the implementation of responsible purchasing practices? Or of CSR more generally?
> What advice is there for companies regarding both the long and short term?
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Since its founding in 2007, EcoVadis has become a trusted partner for procurement teams in more than 450 leading multinational organizations to reduce risk and drive innovation in their sustainable procurements.
Stripe is a technology company that builds economic infrastructure for the internet. Businesses of every size—from new startups to public companies—use their software to accept payments and manage their businesses online.