Every company needs a sustainability strategy.
Speeki helps build sustainable companies by combining rich content expertise with cutting edge technology solutions. We help define ESG, build ESG and report ESG.
ESG and sustainability is now a business imperative that adds value to companies.
Real leaders take sustainability seriously.
ESG and sustainability can be complex with lots of issues and lots of reporting.
We have you covered.
Speeki uses its own simple framework to help companies manage their ESG and sustainability initiatives. Welcome to Speeki's Engage framework.
ESG Regulations are already in 80+ jurisdictions.
Over 80 jurisdictions already have ESG reporting obligations by over 800 authorities. It is here already and is only going to get worse. The time to get focused is now.
There is 2700+ regulations already in place globally that require over 100 subject areas to be reported. These might range from reporting on labour issues in one country, through to carbon reporting in another. The areas are extremely broad and cover a significant part of business.
Reporting is one thing, but if you don't even have a handle on the underlying data that is across your company, then you have bigger problems.
ESG and sustainability is a revenue opportunity not a cost centre
A recent study by IBM found that 76% of respondents said that ESG is central to their business strategy.
72% said that they were approaching ESG as a revenue opportunity rather than a cost centre. The same study showed that 52% of respondents were more likely to report that ESG efforts have “a very great” impact on profitability.
This study and many others like it show the unique opportunity for companies to leverage ESG and drive profitability.
The vast majority of companies lack the data to even consider ESG and sustainability reporting.
A recent study by IBM found that almost half of responders identified inadequate data as their organisation’s biggest challenge to advancing its ESG agenda.
Almost three quarters cited an overload of manual data as a challenge and 70% reported difficulty consolidating or manipulating data as their challenge.
These challenges, combined with the fact that another 70% cited poor transparency in data calculations and 69% reporting difficulty in mapping data across brands and geographies, means that without a clear ESG strategy, it will be virtually impossible to report ESG to regulators.
Why focus on ESG and sustainability?
Prevent a crisis.
ESG is made up of around 20 different areas. The more you identify them, understand them and manage them, the less likely you will have a crisis when you have an issue. ESG is risk management at its best.
It is...or will be...the law.
If you are not already reporting some aspect of your ESG metrics and results, then you will be soon. The ever-increasing reporting requirements and regulatory oversight already covers 2000+ requirements in 80+ countries.
There is a large body of evidence that shows that companies that manage ESG well, produce greater returns. More customer engagement, more interest from investors, more opportunities for cost controls. ESG makes financial sense.
With a large number of issues falling into ESG and the increased oversight by the media, the community and regulators, it is only going to be a matter of time before there is a failure that leads to costs in repair and fines. Building ESG is preventing failures in risk.
Save the planet.
Every company and every individual has a role to play in rebuilding and repairing the planet. It is clear that companies that have a strong ESG programme are building their principles on climate change and sustainability.
Reduce turnover of staff.
All employees want to work in a safe, equitable workplace that is free from harassment, discrimination and unfair practices. Expectations from new generations of workers are high and the success of developing and maintaining a workplace are part of that future success.
Leader or laggard on ESG and sustainability. You choose.
In today’s business world, reactive risk management is no longer a viable strategy – by the time you detect a serious issue, the damage to your business and stakeholder group is usually extensive. Speeki gives you a new set of predictive tools allowing you to be proactive in your risk management – solving issues as they emerge.
ESG and sustainability is not one function in a business. It takes a group to leverage great ESG and get value for stakeholders.
See how customers across a range of business areas are using Speeki to deliver next-generation ESG risk management solutions.
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